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Old 11-07-2015, 08:20 AM   #15
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[QUOTE=mbridinger;2814151]Picture of Suzuki please.
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Just a boring stock '01, 4d, 4wd, Grand Vitara with 180,000 miles and highway tires, that will take up as deep into the woods, and as high up the mountain, and sometimes over, as we want to go! Only mod I made was a small box in the rear to hide the tool bags etc..

Photo is near Silverton, CO where we did lots of rough and high mountain roads.
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Old 11-07-2015, 08:31 AM   #16
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Trailer Village is the best choice if you want to see the south rim. Nice campground w/ full hookups, shuttle to anywhere right at the entrance and walking distance to general store/post office
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S. Rim entrance is 100 miles from our front door! Lots of snow last night, would go up today, but the 4wd Suzuki goes in the shop tomorrow for a new front half shaft. May go anyway. Snow makes it a special place in the winter!

I worked the N. Rim for a couple of seasons and that's my favorite but much further away and closed for the winter!

From last winter!

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S. Rim entrance is 100 miles from our front door! Lots of snow last night, would go up today, but the 4wd Suzuki goes in the shop tomorrow for a new front half shaft. May go anyway. Snow makes it a special place in the winter!

I worked the N. Rim for a couple of seasons and that's my favorite but much further away and closed for the winter!

From last winter!

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That's a beautiful photo. It is high on my list, to see it with snow.
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Well hurry on over, according to the weather maps it's snowing there now.


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