Just when you thought you’d seen the best the Cape had to offer, Roothy and Milo are back again! Our mission was to get to the Tip and along the way profi le the best campgrounds on offer. The iconic Old Telegraph Track was appealing, but with the wet season not wanting to budge, the safer Developmental Track was looking like the sensible choice. Well, we couldn’t have all sense and no action, so we split. With a convoy not to be fooled with, a start was made on the Tele’. Don from TJM was back with a thirst for mud, and in the brand-new Prado he was ready to tackle anything. Glen from AMMS and Roo Systems strutted his stuff in a powered-up 200 Series. He certainly impressed us more than once towing the fi rst trailer through for the season. The beaut thing about the Old Tele’ Track is the way it changes so much every year. An easy creek crossing one year is a recovery hot spot the next. Bryan and Joy were towing the Kakadu camper trailer from Complete Campsite, and they decided to take the track with the cheaper repair bill in the Developmental Road. For those who are after the more relaxing trip to the Tip, you’ll enjoy Captain Billy Landing and Vrilya Point. With deep washaways, muddy declines, not to mention croc-infested swamps, will the team make it to the top? Also to look forward to in this DVD are two custom trucks and the South Australia Club Day. There are informative tech segments, including Scott bringing you another comparo in the shape of Powerchip modules. The 4WD Action Super Deal was such a hit in the last issue that we’ve bought you another one, and this time we hit up TJM! 4WD Action: it’s as unpredictable as a ride up the Old Tele Track – just keep an eye out for washouts.