|29th September 2008, 17:41||#21|
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Somehow my prev post got discontinued in between... here we go again..
Dwarak busy packing his tent
We all took reverse and Dwarak came strait down
BreakFast at Swarga
After this we started for the Planned OTR, but the strech was disapponting due to lack of rain from one week. There was a small patch with some slush. Thats when we noticed this huge sand pile and decided to have some fun. As usual Dwarak was the first one to start with
Dwarak and Chandan
Khan_Sulthan takes off
Kittigadu in action. His Jeep handled it so well thanks to those sandgrips.
Hrag Re-Claiming his life
Dwarak takes off once more
|29th September 2008, 17:47||#22|
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Finally the thread with the pics which I was waiting for !!
What can I say about the pics? I am simply speechless. Amazing scenaries.
Keep them coming.
|29th September 2008, 19:44||#25|
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Great Pics. Waiting for more.
How did the swift fare. Just thinking how would lesser mortals like an Alto do in such terrain and will it ever reach the destination.
|29th September 2008, 20:04||#27|
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Had to miss it
Looks like you guys had a ball. Great pictures. Hope to be able to join the next OTR.
|29th September 2008, 20:16||#28|
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What to say! Just speechless after going thru these photos! The place, the fun, the vehicles... just great!
Kittigadu, so you got to check your ride on the terrain it is supposed to be ridden on!
The shot of the Safari make a good sales brochure snap!
|29th September 2008, 20:48||#29|
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Sakleshpur OTR Report..
Friends, it was a super duper weekend. All of us had amazing 2 days of fun with lots of driving + OTR + chilling + breathtaking views of the rolling green hills + camping + barbecue + sand bashing.
In short -- perfect weekend. A total of 17 people (Just about perfect number) with 7 4x4's.
The terrain was not that much difficult but would have been a havoc if it were raining. More important than the terrain was the fact that everyone got together as if all of us knew each other for ages. (in fact that's the beauty of OTR's with less vehicles & number of people)
Some highlights of the OTR meet. (I did NOT click even a single picture, so will be doing a text report only)
Need to plan another trip soon to Chandans place.
@Chandan. Thanks for the idea and all the arrangements. It just can't get better than this. You have a heavenly place -- just tooooo good.
PS: Just heard about a planned OTR on 13th December @ Munnar :-)
Last edited by khan_sultan : 29th September 2008 at 20:55.