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My EX-L on some of this year's outings...the first is on top of the Nellie Creek trailhead in the San Juan mountains in Colorado. It was a brutal 4-WD road AFTER getting off of the Alpine Loop and crossing 2 creeks at the beginning of June. The water in the creeks was at least 10". When I got to the trailhead there was no snow. When I woke up the next morning, there were 5" of new, blowing snow. Made for a great day hiking one of Colorado's big mountains.

The next pic is from a hike up the East Spanish Peak in May. Again, another nasty 4-WD road was navigated to get there, but a comfortable place to park. The clearance on our Passports is AMAZING! But I am swapping the 20" OEM rims and tires out for 18" All Terrain tires. Too many more places to go see in Colorado!

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I had no idea these existed in Kansas. I'm gonna have to make a trip out and see them.
Yes, it is on private land that the owner has allowed the public to visit (no fees). There is about 7 miles of packed gravel roads (tertiary roads) to the destination.

Also in Kansas, there is Mushroom Rock State Park and a Van Gogh that always put a smile on our face in Goodland (adjacent to I-70).

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The Alvord Desert, Oregon. Amazing solitude.
Awesome set up!
Can you please post a couple more photos of the little teardrop (I think it is) trailer?
 
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Thanks! Here are a couple more shots of our teardrop. Brave Horatio is a Frontier model from Oregon Trail'r.
We also have a blog about our adventures with the trailer at …Brave Horatio followed after – Teardropping in the Pacific Northwest
That is a fantastic set up!

I keep telling myself I want to go Airstream Nest when I can’t work anymore (does 2020 count towards retirement), but that’s such an extreme, and kind of freaks me out. I will certainly rent one before selling just about everything I own and committing to it.
 

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That is a fantastic set up!

I keep telling myself I want to go Airstream Nest when I can’t work anymore (does 2020 count towards retirement), but that’s such an extreme, and kind of freaks me out. I will certainly rent one before selling just about everything I own and committing to it.
Thanks. We love it, but renting first is a great idea. There are some great teardrop groups on Facebook. They are also great sources info.
 
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