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ONELIFE #37 – English

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Land Rover’s Onelife magazine showcases stories from around the world that celebrate inner strength and the drive to go Above and Beyond. For this issue of Onelife we visited Maneybhanjang in the Indian Himalaya, where Land Rover Series Is and IIs rule the roost, we followed the north star to the Land Rover Ice Academy in Arjeplog, Sweden, which offers thrilling ice driving action and bring you the story of outdoorsman Monty Halls and his family who are out with a Discovery for a scenic escape in Ireland.


EXPERIENCES ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND Acclaimed illustrator Jim Stoten is the creative force behind the Mr Tweed series of children‘s books. His unique style playful, bustling scenes brimming with a sense of fun and discovery perfectly brings out the magical experience of the Land Rover Above and Beyond Tour from a child‘s perspective.

If you’re into competitive equestrianism, it doesn’t get much better than the Royal Windsor Horse Show, held in the grounds of Windsor Castle. Undoubtedly the largest and most prestigious outdoor event of its kind in the UK, this is the place to see international show jumping, dressage and carriage driving competition at its highest level. Her Majesty The Queen, the show‘s patron, and Prince Philip attend every year. But on this sunny Saturday morning, the horses aren’t getting much of a look in, at least from the younger members of the crowd. No, their attention is very much drawn to a large area behind the main arena. An area where a fleet of bright white Land Rover vehicles are doing the craziest things. Climbing up impossible inclines, negotiating near-vertical descents, tilting sideways at terrifying angles. And, if that weren’t enough, there are mini-sized Series I Land Rovers that children can drive themselves, and remote-control Defenders too. Today’s Land Rover Above and Beyond Tour is full of thrills. Especially if you happen to be well under driving age... BOSS BABY Also known as the ‘Huey Kids’ cars, this six-strong fleet of beautifully-made mini Series I Land Rovers in authentic Grasmere Green debuted at last year’s Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials. With a staff of Land Rover attendants to guide the kids around the diminutive, hay bale-lined track, these pint-sized Land Rovers limited to a top speed of 10mph have since provided more than 3,000 youngsters with their very first driving experience. And if you’re five years old, like Charlie Warman, simple words can’t express the feeling of taking the wheel on your own. After two thrilling 5mph laps of the course, the wide-eyed, slack-jawed Charlie is taken by his father to join the queue again for another go. YAHYA AGED 6 “CAN I HAVE ONE? PLEASE?” 43