This weekend the beach was inundated with Jeep owners celebrating the topless season of Jeep ownership. Here is a description of the event from the All Things Jeep website.
“Go Topless Day® is a spring tradition when we celebrate the return of warm weather and sense of fun and adventure that comes along with owning a Jeep! Go Topless Day® was started by All Things Jeep’s founders in 2008 after a particularly brutal New England Winter. The first event was a small meet up of Jeepers at a local farm and ice cream stand, but the event has since grown to include thousands of participants all around the world!”
Here is a view of how Go Topless Day® went in my neighborhood.
There were a few unusual vehicles. This is a hunter’s Jeep
Here is a restored 78 with Beer Bumps and Whiskey Dents decals.
Here is another shot of this beauty.
Yes. You could eat off the engine.
Pay no attention to that golf cart in front of a line of Jeeps.
Another line-up. There are various clubs from across the state represented.
This shot gives you an idea of the flags and spirit.
This shows that behind the Jeeps folks have brought campers for an overnight experience.
I thought this was pretty unique. A tent on the back of a Jeep.
A nod to humor.
An unusual color for sure. It was a beautiful weekend for the event and everyone seemed to be having a great time.®®