Wandering Pinto

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After 107 and nearly 18,000 miles, most of them towing, we made it back home to Wisconsin! I plan to start making videos of our trip this fall an put them on my YouTube channel, The Wandering Pinto. The trip went through Colorado ,Utah, to San Diego and up the west coast highway into Canada and Alaska. This was our second trip to Alaska. They last time was six years ago in my 78 Pinto Cruising Wagon. There are nine videos of that trip on my YouTube channel.

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Wow looks like an awesome trip! What was the highlight for you?
 
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Wow looks like an awesome trip! What was the highlight for you?
We visited so many places, hard to pick a favorite. On the Alaska portion of the trip we wanted to visit places we didn't when we drove the Pinto up there. New places were Hyder, Haines, Kennecott Mine, McCarthy ,Valdez, Whittier. I also wanted to drive the Dempster Highway in Canada and camp on and swim in the Artic Ocean. That we did!

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After 107 and nearly 18,000 miles, most of them towing, we made it back home to Wisconsin! I plan to start making videos of our trip this fall an put them on my YouTube channel, The Wandering Pinto. The trip went through Colorado ,Utah, to San Diego and up the west coast highway into Canada and Alaska. This was our second trip to Alaska. They last time was six years ago in my 78 Pinto Cruising Wagon. There are nine videos of that trip on my YouTube channel.

Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG1578.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG1747.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG1946.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG2847.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG3185.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG4657.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG6112.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG6131.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG6406.JPG


Ford Bronco Sport Alaska trip completed!! KIMG7704.JPG
That's an awesome trip. The longest I ever did was 60 days cross country, west coast to east coast and back, pulling a travel trailer with my 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel.

Consider yourself lucky to be able to see this country like you have. Keep on truckin.
 


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Very nice! I'm also interested in what camper you've got. I can't seem to find anything light enough that isn't just an egg shell.
I zoomed in on it and saw it was a Taylor Coach.
They are built in Canada, which must have some different standard of building campers because there is not an American company that can get that size of camper with all of the amenities and weigh less than 2000 lbs.
 

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Nice tutorial looks like you had a blast, how long did go for ?
 
 




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