Yesterday I was in the golf cart heading into town to protest my tax appraisal (Whole other story). The reason I had to use the golf cart is my car has been held prisoner in the mechanic shop since last Wednesday. (Another whole other story.) I was going to shoot a pictorial on the High School and Middle School here in Port Aransas since that is where the protest meeting was being held. While motoring along the beach, I decided to take a shot of the crowds here for the weekend.
Then I came upon something that I didn’t know about.
Well, I canceled the High School Pics and went for these instead.
Yes, by “go topless” they mean to take the top off your Jeep. This event is happening this weekend all over the US.
I didn’t see anyone taking the top off a Jeep that had a hard top, so I think the rules are pretty loose.
Families were participating
Everyone was real friendly
One club had their banner on display
I threw this one in for Charles Yallowitz. He has a thing for squirrels
Here is something you don’t often see. Jeeps parked on one another. This must be like circling the wagons
Here is another look at the same group.
There were a few custom Jeeps as well
Here is a 1976 Jeep which has been converted to a sand machine.
There were many more but time does not permit all. I hope you enjoyed the brief look at the Jeep Go Top Less Day.