Alps trip

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Alps trip

Postby lrkaty » Sat Aug 17, 2013 4:25 pm

Over in another thread about whether a Pulse was still a Pulse when it has been converted to a camper, there was a comment

XD130_Pulse wrote:Andy, Couldn't agree more - vehicles which are actually used gain far more attention from the general public, and so raise awareness of these fine vehicles. Oh, and it's such fun to go camping in them.


We had loads of attention (the good type) AND LOADS of fun in Italy just now

if you want to read about an ex-mil 127 Ambulance going over the Alps you can take a look at my writeup

http://landroverkaty.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Alps%202013

A couple of pictures

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it's a blog so articles run from the bottom - when I've posted it all I'll PDF it to make it easier to read in the right order

Maybe see some of you at Eastnor again next week

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Re: Alps trip

Postby NigeP » Sat Aug 17, 2013 7:05 pm

Andy,

That looked a cracking trip. Thanks for sharing.

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