It's been two years since I updated the thread, so a bit of what's what.
Duncan's continued to be a great daily driver. I've put a LOT more work into him, but since early 2015 he's been solid for over 32,000 miles of adventure. There's been some issues, but he's been all over.
Rallies...OVLR Birthday Party 2016 and 2018, with a breakdown in 2017 leading to a tow and a rental car. MAR in 2017 with a wandering back home via WV/OH/PA. Romp in 2017. Muddy Chef in 2017. Guy Fawkes every year.
And the big one...the Mendo_Recce Joe Lucas Not-a-Rallye in California this April, in the middle of a 7,000-mile roadtrip across the country and back. I stopped at Moab on the White Rim Trail, headed through the Lost Coast of California, wandered through the Alvord Desert in Oregon, and then home via the Tetons.
I'm "working on this for my blog," but I'm way behind, so the best entry on it is the one I wrote for the Atlantic British blog. There's also an article in the Summer 2018 Alloy+Grit.https://www.roverparts.com/News/archive ... overy1.cfm
In between that all, journeys near and far to visit friends around the area, head to work, head to curling, head to the supermarket. It truly is a car for all seasons. Though I love the RRCs, this is a more useful vehicle.
Here's to much more adventure. I have dreams of exploring the world with this truck -- literally. Have container, will travel?