AT is currently on the center stand in my front room, the weather is ugly and I don't want to get it wet. And muddy.
I have a ton of pics from my trips on my former adventure bike (Suzuki Hayabusa, nick named Hyabagger. Rode that beast with a full pack all over the Pac. Northwest, the Rockies, and even on Vancouver Is., including a trip to Winter Harbor. What it lacked in suspension it made up for with power.
I was headed for Whistler but got rear ended at Kootnai Lake and flew home with a badly broken leg and a totaled bike. That was in '02
I think the AT will be a more suitable adventure bike.