Looking for people who have done Route#1 over “3 consecutive clear blue sunny days” in a 4X4. Here is a stream to make you feel nostalgic.
Know what - I am really bored discussing rules, regulations, votes, results, contests, prizes and more - Will someone take me along for their trip? Oh I feel so envious reading the amazing posts streaming in from the super 12 teams.
I too wanna break free.
Great Route !! great Pics !!! .....remarkable !!
I wanna take you to Ross Island (Andaman & Nicobar) and Rohtang Pass !! ...even to Ooty and Kodaikanal !!!....
Hiii Sandip !
You definitely need a break !!......even my wife can’t tolerate me ! ... and you have been tolerating me for last 3 weeks !!! ....what a patience !! .......
.....you have calmed down but the engine has to accelerate !! ....Take a break !! but don’t sleep !! .....Last time was a Head Hit !! ...this time it would be a Gun Shot !!...Are You Ready !!!.....My Cat is Triggered and programmed !!
Its my Junction on your route but with Automated Signals !! .......I am there with a Flat Tire !! ...let me test Mitsubishi Road side Assistance !!!
...the Voice on the other end -on phone asked - identify yourself !! and describe the problem !!
..I am still waiting with my car ! the road assistance is still to come !! ....
Sandip take rest !! be good with your Stridor !!...
How about joining me for Raid-de-Himalaya in October?
This is a serious offer…think about it.
I told you, we have passed cars and travelling bug to you too
Also, start preparing your application for TGDC season-2
Posted by Rishi Kapoor on 07/27 at 01:05 PM
Yes..I have been there and it is truly a beautiful part of the country. If I can make you any more nostalgic or green with envy, I lived in Monterey, CA for eight years before moving out last Fall. With Big Sur and Carmel being a mere 10-50 miles away, many a countless weekends were spent on the coastline admiring the deep blue waters; the wild flowers and yellow mustard flowers covering the slopes all along the route; and the elegant bald cypresses. The best memories of the place, however, are from one dawn, when a full moon was shining with its reflection on the Pacific Ocean and filling it with a silver light against the dark backdrop of the mountains.