What can a Roo do? Lots apparently...
Haven't posted here in a while, but I just had to share a few pics of our last vacation. We took a three week road trip from Vancouver, B.C., up through Prince George, Smithers, Dease Lake and on to Whitehorse. Then, up to Dawson City, up the Dempster Highway, overnighted north of the Arctic Circle, pushed to the Northwest Territories border through an arctic blizzard (labor day weekend), back to Dawson City, Whitehorse, through to Teslin (where I found one of the trailer tires was going to blow out on us had we not stopped for the night), back to Whitehorse for 5 new tires, back down through North Eastern B.C., into Alberta (big troubles there, as in the draw bars broke (I blame the condition of Highway 43)), then back home through Jasper and Kamloops. All in all, the Roo did amazing, even though we nearly beat it to death, it kept us warm and dry and comfortable through it all. Now I have a winter of planning all new modifications for our next adventure!
Tow Vehicle: '92 F350, Crew Cab, 4X4, Cummins 5.9 24 Valve, 6spd.Driver:Clint, Navigator:Melanie, Entertainment: 3 Boys (24,22,20) and now girlfriends too, 1 dog (Great Pyrenees/Akbash cross). Mission Statement: Just another adventure! Towed vehicle:2009 Roo 19 with lots of mods!