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New Issue of JPFreek Magazine Now Available

Posted on the 21 June 2011 by Kungfujedi @Kungfujedi
New Issue of JPFreek Magazine Now Available
The June 2011 issue of JPFreek Magazine is now available online. The magazine, which I happen to be a contributor to,  is a great source of news and information for outdoor enthusiasts – particularly ones that also happen to be fans of Jeeps as well.
In the latest issue, you'll find articles on a host of topics, including the second part of a trekking journey through Peru, jeep adventures in California's Corral Canyon and Arches National Park, and more. You'll especially want to read the story on Expedition Awareness, an organization that is undertaking several overland expeditions to help raise awareness of Adrenoleukodystrophy, a horrible disease that effects young boys. You'll also find the usual Jeep related news, reviews, and more. To read the latest issue, visit the JPFree website and click on the June 2011 issue in the upper right hand corner.
You can also get all the great JPFreek content on your iPad through the magazine's iPad app, which features interactive slideshows, video, and other enhanced content. Download the app through the App Store on your device or by clicking here.

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