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This website is about The New Forest & Horses, a Dorset Journal including WWII Jeeps & 21st Century Jeeps; and the incredible, amazing story of WORLD WAR II DORSET (1939-44) & its preparations for D-Day – June 6, 1944.

*AT THIS TIME - THE WEBSITE is still under construction and being developed.

Stories are now coming in regarding these times in Dorset – from people in Bournemouth and Poole (major towns on the South Coast of Dorset) – and also about The American 1st Infantry Division (based in Swanage, Weymouth and elsewhere) – AUTHENTIC STORIES – some from direct experience – others related by the children of those who did experience these events.

Some of these stories will be published on this website – in regards to others – they will be incorporated into writings elsewhere – to be announced and published in the future.

JEEP WRANGLERS. A special section will be developed for JEEP WRANGLERS regarding modern times. A CLUB/ASSOCIATION WILL BE STARTED. It will include issues with modern JEEP WRANGLERS – maintenance of and the attainment of various replacement parts. Meetings to take place. This aspect to the Easy Jeep website will be developing throughout May and June 2018. There will be provision for comments from club members and other visitors.

THOSE INTERESTED IN THE CLUB/ASSOCIATION – CALL ME JOHN 07904402223

*THERE HAS BEEN A VERY SIGNIFICANT RESPONSE TO STORIES REGARDING MEMORIES OF WORLD WAR II DORSET.

Jeep Wrangler in The New Forest

The large open spaces of the New Forest make for some of the very best horse riding to be found anywhere in Britain, with miles of open heath stretching out into wonderful views, ancient woodland with dappled clearings, green boggy bits and close-cropped grass lawns which are great for a brisk canter. The Forest is also filled with wildlife and, of course, the New Forest ponies busy grazing.

The Jeeps and Horses go back to offer you rugged adventures, forest history, nature, geology and panoramic views.

Ponies in the New Forest
in times past…
in times past…