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Thanks and Happy Easter!
So when my High School friend Mike came out to visit his family we had to make a trip up to Boulder. We hit this incredible breakfast place, the buff, that has $1 drinks. After that we went down Pearl Street, hit up the shops, took in the sights then headed out up Boulder Canyon.
We stopped to snap a few shots and continued up boulder canyon.
Turning off on an off shoot we off roaded until we couldn’t in the snow. I didn’t take any pictures of where we stopped, I should have though, it got a bit rough and tight.
Then drove home and noticed the weather change from blizzard to sunny as we descended.
My Buddy Mike came to town so we made a run up to Tommy Knocker in Idaho Springs Colorado, after that we explored some of the back ways to Black Hawk. We ended up taking a road that was not maintained in winter. On the 2011 Range Rover SC we have street tires. I switched it over to snow mode but we couldn’t continue to climb through the snow during an especially high peak. I think perhaps if we put turned off DSC it may have helped, but for now, I am a bit disappointed in DSC, because I felt it limited my power up the hill when I needed it most.
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