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Well, I finally got back from my holiday so I thought I would post up a few pics I got. I didn't really take a lot, since there are way more cruisers there than the few crappy pics I took, but I didn't want to spend too much time picture taking as I was busy drinking ;) I was pumped with the number of diesel pickups there were and they all looked pretty minty!
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A lot of the pics are kind of blurry, cause I just snapped them as I was walking, since I think the people I was with thought I was already wierd enough!:hillbilly: Also sometimes the locals were hanging around and I felt wierd for taking the pictures of them and their trucks.;)
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Sum more. Note the boat pic doesn't have a landcruiser, I just thought it was a cool boat.:hillbilly: Also on the bus pic when we had to get out cause it was getting scetchy wheeling the bus, there is actually an 80 series behind that we let go ahead to give us a tug just incase he couldn't make it. He ended up making it but ripped his rear bumper pretty good.
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Drivin to the caribean coast I saw a few on the road. I saw a lot more, but the road was mostly tight turns and they usually snuck by, Also in the towns, I usually saw a lot more too, but since there were little rules of the road, it was sketchy just driving so I thought better of taking pictures.:hillbilly:
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Amazing these trucks are still held in high regard by so many countries with hard environments. Esp. when most are now over 25 years old. Thanks, MIke
 
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Thanks guys for the props. Yeah Martin, I think in the next few years I will have to take a few months off and drive down there for sure, it was a blast.
 
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Not acceptable. I demand more pics!! :)


Looks like you had a great trip :cheers::flamingo::cheers::flamingo::cheers:
 
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Not acceptable. I demand more pics!! :)
I already felt bad about the Cruiser photos I was taking, because it usually ment I took a crappy shot, and I didn't get a good look at the cruiser anyway, so a lot of them I just drove by and admired by making mental pictures:hillbilly:
 
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I love that floating island pic. Or is the Island behind the barge?
Yeah I thought it was really weird, it was just a barge with some grass and tree growing on it. There is actually also a hawk on top of the tree, but my stupid camera sucks at taking good pictures;)
 
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The August Long variety of subjects (even in the background) was severely missing. :D Otherwise, great pics.
 
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Well yeah I still enjoy my long weekend wheeling trips more, but this trip was a good break from reality. I can spice things up for you and include a few photos that one of the guys on our trip took;) Two pics of eye candy, then me surfing:hillbilly: The group I was with was mostly Canadians, yet I still had to show them how to shotgun a beer, poor city slickers:hillbilly:
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Some people like four seasons. But when the kids are all grown, I'd be content with moving to a place with one season where it is August Long Weekend all year long. ... just for the warmth of course. ;)
 

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