Dacia Duster Explorers UK 4x4 Group is feeling super.
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Today is explorer Adams dusters fifth birthday today! Hundreds of miles of adventures and exploration (72881 to be exact!) Back in the start he decided to try his hand at the hobby of 'Green Laning' and here we are today over 500 lanes done and few dents along the way. His Duster has been a workhorse and still continues strong. Defying expectations and cementing his place in history as the first regular #Dacia #DUSTER Green Laner! Here's to many more explores the next question will be in this duster or a new one? We'll have to wait and see... ... See MoreSee Less
Explorer Merv said it was lovely catching up with Grant of Future Terrain this morning. He collected the harder Pedders springs which Pedders kindly agreed to donate to them.Pedders Suspension & Brakes UK Future Terrain ps. That is not his caravan! ... See MoreSee Less
We're not too sure why but this video has been watched now 35k times! It's our highest watched video despite 4k updates it's still going strong! Do you like it if so why? Let us know! youtu.be/62Q8xAr2hPs ... See MoreSee Less
Explorer Adam has made 70+ comments to lanes in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire in the last two days and will add more tonight, he hopes it helps the GREEN LANE ASSOCIATION Trailwise 2 community! ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to the new Trailwise 2 features Explorer Adam has added 40 new comments to previously uncommented lanes in Norfolk and The Fens in Cambridgeshire for the benefit of GLASS (GREEN LANE ASSOCIATION) members overnight, virtually all of them will have pictures of the tracks on them by the weekend hopefully! ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to the new GREEN LANE ASSOCIATION Trailwise 2 GPX Features you can overlay your recorded trips and follow them back through adding details to the lanes far, far quicker to add crucial details for the benefit of all GLASS Members on track conditions, obstacles etc. Explorer Adam's live tracking feature creates GPX's and so do many other mapping apps. In the picture below the driven route is 'dashed' the red lines being Byways Open to All Traffic (BOAT).http://www.glass-uk.org ... See MoreSee Less
While we are all looking forward to slowly and safely building back up a sense of normality, we must acknowledge our individual responsibility and follow current legislation. As yet that has not changed, although guidelines have been announced for the future in England, Wales will retain current lockdown restrictions for the next three weeks.
The current message is clear: stay at home as much as possible. But after tomorrow we can spend more time outdoors for the purposes of exercise, and travel to partake in that exercise and some forms of work if we can do it safely. We do need to remember that no facilities are open for our use if we do decide to leave home and factor that into the practicality of our decisions – car parks, public toilets, shops, pubs, restaurants, hotels, campsites, playgrounds etc., all remain closed. Most importantly things are far from normal yet, and each time we leave our homes we are putting ourselves and others at increased risk.
GLASS take the health of our members very seriously and are using our government level affiliation to ask for further clarity on how we can continue to advise and protect our membership both now and during the period of transition that has recently been announced. Until then we ask that everyone simply follows government advice:
* Stay at home as much as possible
* Limit contact with other people
* Travel to work, if it is safe to do so and you cannot work from home
* Avoid public transport where possible
* Maintain social distancing when outside of your home and while at work
* Only travel with members of your own household
* Outdoor meetings of only two people who do not live together, and then with 2m distance
* Maintain social distancing when exercising
* No travel into or out of Wales unless essential, no non-essential travel within the country
* Self-isolate if you have any symptoms
Please be aware this information is subject to change. We will release an update when we have received one from the government. Until then we wish to thank you for your ongoing support and hope you all remain safe.
#greenlanes #greenlaneassociation #trailwise2 #byways #rightsofway #unsealedroads #unclassifiedroads #takethescenicroute ... See MoreSee Less
Explorer Adam says "you can usually tell by the type of plants where the wet bits could be. Local to myself there is a route that resembles a rain forest in a section and as expected it's the only section that's impassible virtually all year round. Here on this track I was full of worry as you could see that at certain times of the year the type of plant life towards the end of this video indicated it was a 'marsh' I'm just glad it was dry when I drove it but I feared that to stop to open the gate at the end might be the end of me but luckily it was drier than expected, there's about 6 byways here within the space of about two miles" youtu.be/vA9X_QtlEKQ ... See MoreSee Less
From Explorer Adam's first of two epic adventures in #norfolk with his #Dacia #duste, watch how using a combination of live mapping and observations (checking the length of vegetation for signs of ditches) along with a willingness to drive into the truly unknown very deep grass and plants make exploring all the more thrilling and exciting... youtu.be/wdnDmPtnoFs ... See MoreSee Less