Glad you enjoyed it. Cape York is still on my hit list... one day.Great write up and I have seen some of the highlight videos I am planning a trip to Cape York next year from Darwin to the Tip via the Savannah Highway. I think it will be a great adventure and one of many that I will take in my new DualCab landcruiser.
When we play, we play hard. Both of my Australia trips have been a bit on the whirl wind side but that is how I like to roll in my personal travels so it jives. We just finished a one week, 3700 mile round trip jaunt to the bottom of Mexico's Baja peninsula and back... oh with a 1275 mile desert race in between. I wouldn't have it any other way.Nice, well done. That is one whirl wind tour, but glad you enjoyed the back yard.
Yes, we kept fuel logs for each truck the entire duration of E7 per the wish of Greg M. It turned out to be a really neat exercise to see the variance in fuel costs, location and economy.Do you all have records of what your average liters per 100km was on the Canning?
2016? I've got some big plans in the works for this next year but perhaps late 2015 or 2016? I'd like to get up to Cape York, Darwin or Perth this go around.I would in a heart beat. There are quite a few epic tracks that i never crossed off the "4WD to do" list. Tell me when...