Moving to Alberta with it's new owners....yes I was kind of sad :-(
Made it all the way from Vancouver to Calgary without any issues at all!!
Well all done for now. Not perfect but definitely way better than the previous green.
Photo by P.Lembesis
This summer I was part of an "epic" adventure with 4 other Land Rovers attempting to drive the Canol Heritage Trail in the Canadian Yukon and North West Territories.
The Road was built in 1942 during WWII to supply oil from Norman Wells to eventually Alaska. The pipeline and road was built and operated until it was decommissioned in 1945. Since then it has become a World Famous Heritage Trail, rated as extremely difficult and should only be attempted by experienced hikers and usually, resupplied by helicopter drops. The entire length of the trail is 358km.
This summer 7 hardy explorers in 5 Land Rovers (2-Series III 109's, 2-Defender 110's and a Defender 90, after months of planning drove over 6500kms to the NWT to attempt to drive to Norman Wells.
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The entire team "posing" at the tree line in the North West Territories, Canada.
Older full length Brownchurch rack with homemade Bush Wires and supports. Made from Plumbers pipe and caps. Whistler March 1st 2009.
Roverlanders Founders Day 2009
Yes I know...not stock headlight protectors, defender mirrors...aluminum Rad muff...etc...but what the hell...I was happy!
Needed to replace the bulkhead to Windscreen seal, so off came the top...and went for a little cruise around town...FUN!!!
Looking across at Downtown Vancouver.