This is around 11,000 ft altitude, boy we felt the elevation!:
Snow run in late June?
Camping at over 9,000 ft, cold.
And something to work on, since I won't get out until it gets cold again, it's time to do the 200K miles service anyway. The vibration from the mud tires, loosed up the bolts on the driveshaft (lost a couple just reaching Bishop) but all is good. I guess all that vibration is not that great on the axle itself either... still this thing works great, I did 4 hours+ with the AC full blast without problems, it could use some extra HP when climbing with A/C but no overheating or anything. Very happy with this thing.