Just returned from a seven day, 3100 mile road trip from Texas to Utah and return. Ventured out thru New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming, with a day spent in Rocky Mountain National Park. Traverse ran great and performed very well--even at the altitudes above 10,000 feet. Highest altitude was 12,200 feet and no hesitation upon accelerating; a bit slower than normal, but I struggled a bit when walking at that altitude as well. Crossing Wyoming was a bit dicey with wind associated with an unseasonal winter storm moving thru; winds were gusty at 40 mph plus. However, that wasn't anything compared to the winds in Farmington, UT overnight 7-8 Sep; gusts were recorded at 99 mph and were continuing as we departed on Tuesday. We personally saw 8 18-wheelers that had been blown over on their sides--tractors and trailers still connected--in less than one mile of Interstate 15. Tomorrow brings an opportunity to get "Jedi" washed (clean of road grime and bugs) and vacuumed and see if the winds contributed any sand-blasting to the paint. Posting a pic taken at 12,000 in RMNP.