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Picture Proof Thread

Discussion in 'Antarctica Region Roll Call!' started by Michael, Aug 4, 2018.

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    #1 Michael, Aug 4, 2018
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    I added this region because I am slightly OCD - so lets have a picture-proof thread! Have you been to Antarctica? Picture or it didn't happen.
     
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    @Chris Jones had a contact for a guy stationed in Antarctica, who posted a photo of his badge down there.
     
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    Oh man, sorry guys, have been comm out for awhile haha. Standby
     
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    20180125_212122.jpg This count? hahahha
     
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    Arctic Trucks also paid a visit during their annual traverse! I'm not quite sure why the 6x6 has a snorkel either... 20171213_145849.jpg 20171213_145914.jpg
     
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    This was my primary vehicle. An old LMC 1800 Tried and true.jpg
    And of course, a Quigley E-350 on tracks was used as the Quick Response vehicle Your move every other car company.jpg
     
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    @TacoBox @Exped4x4 Thats awesome, i think it would be really cool to be able to go there
     
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    Couple of my true Over Land vehicles in Antarctica.

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    Picking up a load of Scuba tanks.
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    You guys are 100%. Cheers
     
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    It has to be so cool for the creator of this brand to see his logo in Antarctica. Very cool thread!
     
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    Scuba diving in Antarctica. You guys have too much time on your hands....
     
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    The diving wasn’t for recreation, it was for scientific study.
     

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