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Every year, StanceWorks hits the open road in search of empty trails and breathtaking scenery. Our travels have taken us through both Utah and Colorado, but after a hiatus in 2020 thanks to the global pandemic, we’re back for 2021 with a trip to Idaho. While “Idaho” often conjures thoughts of potatoes and farming, its home to some of the United States’ most beautiful and remote landscapes.

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Photography contributed by Charlie Scott.  No, it’s not 2020’s “StanceWorks Off Road” annual excursion, although we wished it could have been. There’s been a number of curve balls this year, which comes as no surprise to anyone at this point. Between the June birth of Justin and Rose’s daughter, Charlie’s race schedule, COVID restrictions, and everything in between, it almost appeared as though 2020 might go by without so much as a major camping trip at all.

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At first glance, there’s an undeniable simplicity exuded by Gehn Fujii’s HJ60 Land Cruiser. From front to back, it relies on its core character to make a statement, leaving “staple” mods behind in favor of practicality, purpose, and pragmatism. Beneath the surface, however, is a truck rich with personality, history, and a story to tell.

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Another day. A new day. We made the descent from camp, pulling off and over into a turnout to pop our hoods and air up our tires: we had some driving ahead of us, and for the first time in a while, we’d be pounding some pavement. The goal was to make it to Roddy Turner’s shop in Ridgway, Colorado – which some might recall from his recent 510 wagon feature last month.

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It was, undoubtedly, the coldest night of the trip, although at just shy of 11,000 feet, with small patches of snow still on the ground, that doesn’t quite come as a surprise. The clearing we had found to camp in filled with sunlight bright and early, rousting everyone from their slumber well before 8:00am. First on the list was for Jim Bob and I to move our tents into the sun; the morning dew was heavy, and condensation filled the nooks and crannies from the night before.

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