Red rivers, red dirt, blue skies...a quick trip up to the Pilbara
Just home from an impromptu trip up to Karratha to visit our son for a few days. We haven't seen the Pilbara as green as this is a long time, with lots of water still around from Cyclone Veronica. A few of the rivers were running and the Ashburton was a good spot for a coffee break. The country was stunning.  On the way home we did an overnight detour into Shark Bay, camping the night at Whalebone Bay.  Do yourself a favour! Another detour saw us take Butchers Track out to Murchison Settlement for a reminisce. Great country. The Trayon was everything AND more.  So comfortable, so versatile, so perfect. We love it! We hope you enjoy some of the pics from our beautiful North West WA.
very nice fotos Smile Smile Smile Smile Smile
Daniel & Anne Françoise from Switzerland
Isuzu D-Max 2.5 Solar, OME Suspension +600kg, 5cm lift, GVM 3500 kg, Warn XDC Winch 4600kg, Safari Snorkel, Bash Plates, ARB Roof Rack, ARB Frontier Tank, 2 Spares, 1830 Trayon Dual Diesel DeLuxe Europe Version   Big Grin
great pics, thanks for sharing.
Sensational photos! Very jealous of your skill.
And don't we just love the Trayon in wild country!
Safe travels.
Stepped sideways from my beloved 2005 Isuzu/Rodeo (so reliable!!) to a 2008 Land Cruiser 79 series - just 'coz!
1980 Diesel Deluxe with annexe and single shower. (Should've gone dbl!!)

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