Bye Bye Defender – Thanks for the Memories

After being advertised for several months, my beloved Defender has now been sold. She has had a few little repairs and has a new MOT, so she is in great shape for the new owner.

She was a major part of my overland adventure and has contributed to some wonderful memories. It is safe to say that I will never forget her and that I will cherish the memories for the rest of my life.

Almost at the top - Kaldama Pass
Almost at the top – Kaldama Pass
It's a bit of a tight squeeze
It’s a bit of a tight squeeze
Defender at Tsagaan Nuur
Defender at Tsagaan Nuur
Wading through one of the water crossings
Wading through one of the water crossings
One wheel in a rut on the BAM
One wheel in a rut on the BAM
Stuck in the mid - the first time
Stuck in the mud – the first time
We didn't need to cross the bridge, but did so anyway!
We didn’t need to cross the bridge, but did so anyway!

I’m pleased to hear that the new owner has overlanding plans, so I’m looking forward to seeing where the Defender gets to on her forthcoming journeys.

1 Comment

  1. Cool photos my friend!

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