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BioLite Camp Stove From time to time, I find some piece of gear that I like so much that I don't know how I survived without it. An instrument so practical, genius, and exceptional that I can recommend it to be part of anybody’s kit. One such “gear” is the BioLite Camp Stove. The Camp Stove is something that...
After finishing my weekend at Overland Expo, talking with so many people about their journey, thoughts of travel and of this community, I heard many consistencies in their stories and how our year long journey is so similar, but honestly very different as well. Overlanding for a few is a lifestyle. It's something we wake to every morning. It's our...
It's a beautiful spring Sunday, Mother's Day to be correct.  We leave the house around 7 and start making our way south towards Cleveland, TN.  After stopping for an early morning coffee, we make it down to the designated meeting point just before 9.  Shortly after arriving a caravan of Toyota, Land Rovers, and Jeeps arrive.  This is the...
On an extended backcountry trip, and certainly in a survival situation, it is important to know how to locate water for resupplying so let's look at some skills for procuring this precious substance. Most of the following methods I've used on desert survival courses during the past two decades of teaching. Being able to read the nuances of the land...
So Close Yet So Far The Carrizo Plain National Monument  Southern California is one of the most populated regions on earth. If you where to drive the Interstate 5 south, you could drive for 5 hours straight and never leave this megapolis. This vast concrete jungle attracts tourists from around the whole world for the weather, history, and famous beaches. But...
“If thou are not versed in the business of adventures, get thee aside and pray.... Whilst I engage these giants in combat” Don Quixote Obviously since you are reading this article, you are interested in adventure. You read about other people’s lives and you yearn to live the life style that they have. Some of you want it so much...
Before building our Landcruiser I owned a variety of different cars/SUV's.  I just sold my Hybrid Cadillac Escalade in preparation for this trip. This was my 3rd Escalade and being a hybrid, it was the best on gas so far. My first Toyota was a Sequoia, which wasn't as robust as it should've been.  I've also had a many jeeps...6 of...
Just like you, I daydream and oogle over the overland images I see online. I lust over the trip reports I read on the websites and magazines such as Expedition Portal and Rovers North. I see Toyota Land Cruisers in Caracas, Land Rover Defenders is New Delhi, Mercedes Geländewagens in Guinea, Toyota Tacomas in the Tundra and just wait...

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