Goldenwheels does the Alps ( and survives)

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Goldenwheels does the Alps ( and survives)

Postby himself » Thu Oct 09, 2008 10:24 am

Some pictures of our recent tour of Europe. This was the easy one, next day and next pass brought SNOW storms in the second week of September :o :o

http://gallery.mac.com/goldenwheels#100251


Happy birthday dc, the best navigator/ co driver/communications director/ hand air signer/ translator of many tounges/ snapper of unusual things/ operator of both toms ( by that i mean both tom and tom and not the other toms) financial wizzard/ agony aunt and procurer of beds and food in europe (not done the whole world.....YET :thumbsu: :thumbsu: )
till the next one , have a great day with the girls :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

me, gw and haniball

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Re: Goldenwheels does the Alps ( and survives)

Postby Sven » Sat Feb 07, 2009 4:19 pm

Nice.
Just one question... i think i remember some guy telling me "driving hood down is for the young ones..." back in the black forest... :D :twisted:

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Re: Goldenwheels does the Alps ( and survives)

Postby karnevil » Fri Sep 30, 2011 1:37 pm

I know this was a while back now and I believe th OP has now sold the car.
I was on the Stelvio the week before,4th Sept,and it was the coldest I had ever expierienced it up there,we met rain,snow and hail comming down the southern side.Only ever done it on my motorbike but desperatley want to do it in a car.
Posted the videos of my last run below but be warned the mic was in a poor place so turn the volume way way down.





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Re: Goldenwheels does the Alps ( and survives)

Postby Wsename » Mon Sep 07, 2015 10:54 am

It was really great.


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