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Road Trip!



I've nailed down a few more projects: Steering, seatbelts and more, but that all lead to a massive road trip.


The goal was to replicate a drive from Ontario to BC, intended to reunite my cousin with his car.  Sadly he passed - so this was a tribute to prove that the car would have made the epic trek.


The route was to go from London, Ontario to the end of the James Bay Road - right on the edge of the Arctic Ocean:



Here's the vid - It's a little long, but I hope it inspires more crazy trips!




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Damn dude, just a quick jaunt from London up to James Bay with four people in an 02, no big deal.  You guys killed it! The deepest I've ever gone into the great white north was a trip form Seattle to Pennask Lake in BC, which does not even come remotely close in comparison, but I don't think I'd do it in an 02.  Props to you my man.  Sorry to hear about your cousin.  Such a nice way to honor him and what a great memento the 02 will be.


Also great work on all the videos.  I really enjoy them.  You have a casual production style that makes them very personable and easy to watch.


-Patrick in Seattle

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On 8/25/2018 at 2:09 PM, psky said:

Also great work on all the videos


Hey, thanks!  - They're a lot of fun to make.


The trip wasn't too bad, if  you were in the front seat you could really eat up the miles... Only one guy ended up doing a double-shift in the backseat (4hrs) - he was pretty grumpy after that.


That Pennask Lake drive looks pretty epic - I'd love to get a mountain road trip in someday.  I'll get out west sooner or later - just need to figure out how to get the car there on a budget without eating up an extra 4 days of driving...  One of my bucket list drives is Vancouver to San Diego, but I also want to make sure that I do it in an awesome car!


I'd also like to do a drive from London to one of the big West-Coast meets.

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