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    Jeep in Iceland Pt.4 Operation Viking Jeep



    Thought I'd share the last episode of my series with you guys...

    Here are links to the rest
    Operation Viking Jeep 2013
    Part I: http://youtu.be/CUzlbcorFsc
    Part II: http://youtu.be/TRDS_5_3G8U
    Part III: http://youtu.be/y7BHkL_Oato
    Part IV: http://youtu.be/6sacLN3dSTQ
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    Henry, great series on your trip! Iceland is a very interesting place. I agree your way of traveling there and seeing it is the best way.
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    Great vid Henry, the Jeep didn't let you down. Very interesting to me as I love camping and Jeeps
    Iceland looks beautiful, I am truly envious
    By the way What sort of tent did you use?
    How did you cook your meals?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Great vid Henry, the Jeep didn't let you down. Very interesting to me as I love camping and Jeeps
    Iceland looks beautiful, I am truly envious
    By the way What sort of tent did you use?
    How did you cook your meals?
    My crappy $60 tent barely made it, one of my first purchases that I made after coming back was a much nicer Mountain hardware Hunker 1

    I had two stoves a very expensive SOTO OD-1R nestled in a Snow Peak titanium cook set and a $20 walmart special Coleman propane stove. I ended up using the Coleman for most of the time. We weren't on rucks anyways, and the coleman worked better against wind, used cheaper fuel and put out more heat. It was huge, but the weight was no concern since we were in a jeep.

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    nice series of vids...thanks for sharing

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