Friday, 24 September 2010

Moving on.


Okay.. Time to come out of the closet! The reason I bought the Jeep in the first place, and now a second one, is to take both of them to Egypt and drive the pistes once driven by The Long Range Desert Group. This blog will now, seamlessly change into a new one to be found here!

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