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4X4 Week revs up in Farmignton

Farmington Daily Times
Rick Jenkins drives his 2000 Jeep Wrangler,  named "Cheeto," through the intersection of North Orchard Avenue and West Main Main Street, Friday to join friends during a lunch event for the Four Corners 4x4 Week in Farmington.

The Four Corners 4X4 Week began Wednesday with tours of Chokecherry Canyon and Largo Canyon. It continued Friday with the Eat My Dust Lunch in downtown Farmington. People who own Jeeps or other off-road vehicles were encouraged to drive downtown for lunch at any of eight participating downtown restaurants ahead of this weekend’s World Extreme Rock Grand National Championship. The W.E. Rock Grand Nationals happen today and Sunday at Brown Springs. Friday also featured the downtown takeover, where hundreds of off-road vehicles and a flex ramp competition came to Main Street. For more information, go to werocklive.com.

A Jeep Rubicon drives past the Three Rivers Brewery Friday during a lunch event for the Four Corners 4x4 Week in Farmington.
A driver of a Jeep Rubicon searches for a parking spot near the Three Rivers Brewery Friday during a lunch event for the Four Corners 4x4 Week in Farmington.
Jeeps drive down West Main Main Street for a Four Corners 4x4 Week Friday in Farmington.