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Old 08 April 2008, 18:33   #11
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Bit off the main road, even for here

Top of 2000ft mountain near Dad's farm
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This would be considered a numbered provincial highway in Manitoba.
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And this one would be considered a secondary road.
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You have to remember that going "off road" in the UK is visiting the local supermarket carpark.
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That was just the track up to the lanes you had to turn of there to get into the mucky stuff but we were too busy to take pics then

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I should add that there is some lovely scenery in those pictures and some very nice machines as well. If I were to do a tour of the UK, this is the type of country that I'd like to see and the mode of transport I'd like to use.

Defenders, Series 1-3s & Lightweights are all very cool, very excellent vechicles. It's a shame that they (as well as diesel Toyota Landcruisers) aren't more prevalent in North America.
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