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    Democratic Republic of Congo

    One of the best threads in a long time! Great trip report. It took the better chunk of my Sunday to read, but worth every minute. I read only the OP's posts so I may have missed quality additions from the Peanut Gallery. Enjoy

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    I read the whole thing a while ago. Definitely a good read. Took me forever to read through it. Funny thing was I stumbled across that forum and the thread. Little did I know I would be in front of the computer for the whole day. It was like a good book - I just couldn't "put it down".


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    Man I read that starting about a month ago. Waiting for them to add posts was a killer! What an amazing story. Worth the time folks if you need a good read. Plus if you are just finding it you wont have to check expo every five minutes to get another fix, uh I mean to see if they posted the next installment!

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    WOW What a great read. nice find!!
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    On page 10. Out of pop corn. And have to go back to work. Will continue later. Good find D!
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    that was great!
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    It took me many hours, over the course of two days, to read it all. Even then I read only a few of the readers' comments (many of which were inane). Loved the saga and am keen to read the rest of the not-yet-posted de-briefing. I've found some other interesting stuff on EP, too. Thanks for turning me on to this--I joined so I could browse it all. I found this really interesting link (to a French 4x4 blog) on EP; it has great photos of what must be about every model and configuration of the beloved Unimog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Granny View Post
    Even then I read only a few of the readers' comments (many of which were inane).
    Unfortunately EP is getting a lot of haters, the membership base ballooned recently. If you want to read inane comments, i highly recommend dweb and EE.

    -Sam

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