Photos: Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet

Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet
Report by Clay Graham. Photos by Clay Graham and Doc Graham. / CegPics.com

On March 11, 2012 the Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club had their 30th ANNUAL 4X4 Offroad & High Performance Swapmeet. 4WheelingPlus.com donated a booth space so we could promote the Forest Watch Volunteer Program. Within the first few hours we handed out a lot of education material. The volunteer kids gave out 120 “Muddy the Forest Watch Bear” stickers to the kids passing by.

We closed up after the crowd slowed down due to my and my wife’s medical conditions can not take the cold. Next year we hope to be able to get a booth in the heated building. If not we will not have a Forest Watch VP booth unless someone else can make it over to run it.

Here are some photos we took of the event. The first photos were taken by my 6 year old son, Doc Graham.

Muddy
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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham

Our sponsor 4WheelingPlus.com
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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham 

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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham

The booth next door.
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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham

Forest Watch Volunteer Program Booth.
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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham

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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham

Education handouts.
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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham

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Spanaway Moonshiners Jeep Club 4×4 Swapmeet. Photo by Doc Graham

4WheelingPlus.com booth.
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PNW4WDA Booth.
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Frogg
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Dave aka Wrongway.
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Shindig Wheelers
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My family heading out.
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This was a great event other than the cold weather. I feel bad I had to leave early and did not get to see everyone.

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