The good news is that you can now download the movie for free and if inclined, donate a few dollars to the team.
|Anatomy of a Land Rover Defender|
|Land Rover Series II 109"|
|Land Rover 109 - Overland Expedition Prepared|
|In and Out of Africa - Derek Tearne|
|Defender fitted with Brownchurch rooftop tent and awning|
|Wolfram & Iris|
The driving force comes from the car from the familiar 3.0 liter CDI engine class, with a capacity of 135 KW. A 5-speed automatic transmission directs the power through a propeller shaft to the transfer case. Both the transfer case and the rigid axles can be locked by pressing a button to 100%, if the terrain requires. The three differential locks are individually activated in logically predetermined order. The switching can be done while driving, so it is not necessary to stop.You can view the interior of the vehicle directly on their website via http://www.wegaufzeit.de/unserofen.html
Missing a wheel traction, the force is distributed to the wheels with the best grip. The Professional comes standard with anti-lock brakes (ABS), which turns off when the transfer case lock and electronic brake force distribution (EBD).
|Quads Across Africa|
|Expedition Quad Squad|
|Awning mounted on a LR90|
|Collecting water from the awning|
|Martin, Kirsty & Gareth|
|Bugs on my Board|
|Gibraltar Rocks Fire Trail|
They may be small but microadventures can still be challenging and rewarding. Each one is designed to inspire others to set their own challenges, challenges which may be short but which grasp the spirit of adventure.
This is the goal of my microadventures.
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|Life Remotely website|
Stretch the TimelineSource: LifeRemotely.com - pg15
There is never enough time. Never. Even if you give yourself a year to travel,
you will want more. The key is to stretch your schedule as much as possible.
Add extra time that you can use up when you find a perfect place to hang out
for a week.
Consider that you may reach a point where you need to stay in one place for
a while. You can’t hold a steady pace forever. Eventually your car will break
down, you will get sick, have family visit, or just plain get tired of the road. You
don’t want to have to skip a country or go home early because you caught
Guatemalan bird flu or your car needs a new transmission.
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