Where has your Toyota taken you over the years? This is the Brentons’ story: They own an 87' 4 Runner, which has been across 2 continents, seen 15 Countries, all while running the original 22RE & W56 which has 321,000 original miles, and several LC Engineering parts installed.
On a small ferry, crossing Lake Titicaca with Bolivian soldiers. The bows and ribbons are from a ceremony where a priest and a shaman blessed the motor and vehicle.
The worlds largest salt flats near Uyuni, Bolivia.
In the remote SW corner of Bolivia.
Driving in Cotopaxi National Park in Ecuador (19,347 ft. elevation). The 22RE did surprisingly well at 17,000 ft.
Near Misahualli, Peru in the Amazon basin.
On the shores of Lake Nicaragua (home to freshwater sharks!), overlooking Ometepe Island.
Surrounded by wild guanacos, Andean flamingos and 17,000ft peaks in SW Bolivia.
At “The end of the road”, The southern most point of the Pan-American highway.
On the road to El Chaitén, Argentina with the iconic Mt. Fitz Roy in the distance.
Camped next to a South African moto-traveler at the far southern tip of South America.
Being blessed by a priest and a shaman on Lake Titicaca in Bolivia.
In front of Cotopaxi Volcano in Ecuador (19,347 ft elevation). The 22RE did surprisingly well at 17,000 ft!
In the remote Atacama desert, somewhere near the border of Bolivia and Chile.
On the beaches of Baja.