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08 Aug 2020 05:47 #226299 by yakuza
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A couple of pictures from the first leg of my Journey to the Norwegian suzuki meet next weekend. I took the scenic route.. Left home at one o clock and when I bunked at around ten I think I had climbed more than 3000 meters passing 3-4 mountain passes. Clutch smelly at times. Found a spot to sleep at the last overpass at 1300m. Next days drive started with a 45 km stretch of gravel road. Beautiful even with clouds and fog.

2005 Jimny M16A VVT, 235 BFG MT, 2" Trailmaster, ARB rear lck, 17%/87% high/low gears.
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08 Aug 2020 06:19 #226303 by Lambert
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If it weren't for your horror stories about the Norwegian cost of living and scarcity of Jimny I could see me living there! So beautiful.

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08 Aug 2020 06:52 #226305 by gusthegorilla
I worked in Norway for two years, and never, ever wanted to leave...been back once since...the cost of living is, indeed, prohibitive :blink:


I'm planning to live forever.....so far, so good !!

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08 Aug 2020 07:42 #226312 by yakuza
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Cost of living is not so bad when we get the wages to go with it. And allthough we pay some tax we get benefits as well. Like getting paid when laid off and paid vacation. 5 weeks on me this year.
But there is also a cost with the scenery like expensive roads. Not the easiest place to make them and tunneling thru is cheaper now so these mountain roads is not getting so much maintenance and no more will be built.
Will take more pictures on my return, hoping for better weather.

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10 Jan 2021 12:04 #231661 by yakuza
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10 Jan 2021 12:57 #231664 by Soeley
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11 Jan 2021 15:49 #231696 by yakuza
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11 Jan 2021 17:41 #231706 by Lambert
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Pretty. Like that very much.

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