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Wednesday, June 07, 2006

The Captain at the Chalets Land Rovers

The Captain at the Chalets
204/6366 October 10, 2004

The Disco was parked out back, behind our cabin and under a producing walnut tree.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Snow Field Land Rovers

Snow Field
142/4391 February 18, 2004

This is a big open field on the west side of highway 267, near Lake Tahoe. The field itself isn't all that interesting, but if you head for the other side, there's a great little hill for sledding with younger kids and an area for building snowmen and the like. This is one of our favorite spots in the area.

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Sunday, December 18, 2005

Long's Lake Land Rovers

Long's Lake
126/3881 December 29, 2003

Clogged with leaves, the lone parking lot drain gives up and we are flooded. Not a problem for the Land Rover but some of the other folks were a little perturbed.

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Monday, October 17, 2005

Two-Door Rangie Land Rovers

Two-Door Rangie
091/2812 September 14, 2003

This a fairly uncommon (in this country, anyway) early two-door Range Rover.

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Sunday, October 16, 2005

101" Forward Control Land Rovers

101
091/2811 September 14, 2003

This large, former ambulance is a forward control -- meaning the driver's seat is forward, above the engine instead of behind it. These vehicles, especially the hard-sided models like this one, are very popular with overlanders touring the African continent.

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