Major Clean Up in Joshua Tree

Decades worth of trash and debris were removed from public Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land in Joshua Tree, CA on March 10th. Two hundred plus volunteers from the off-road community contributed. The clean up was coordinated by John Kingston (@roaminglost) and Jordan Kepler (@lost.sasquatch) after watching and reading coverage of vandalism and trash overflow […]

Tornado Driving – What to do

We found ourselves driving through a tornado – here is what we learned.  7 Tornado Safety Musts: Go to a building Storm shelter or basement Small interior room Stay away from windows No overpasses Watch for debris Cover your head Register and log in to the Overland Bound site to download the checklist here: Adventure is […]

Cross-Continental Community Spirit

What happens when a US Overland Bound Member studying abroad in Australia reaches out to the Queensland OB crew? A full adventure happens, that’s what. Read about how the unlikely pairing of a college student from Oregon and a retired Aussie off-roader created one epic story. By Anna Merlo Related posts: Sportsmobile Rig Walk Around […]

February Overland Gear Round Up

It’s our February gear round up, and we have an assortment of overland gear that either packs up small or helps handle the packing. We asked Mercedes Lilienthal to give us her review on items that promise to deliver both high quality and size efficiency. Read on for this months review! Related posts: Goose Gear […]

Major Clean Up in Joshua Tree

Tornado Driving – What to do

Cross-Continental Community Spirit

February Overland Gear Round Up

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Major Clean Up in Joshua Tree

Decades worth of trash and debris were removed from public Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land in Joshua Tree, CA on March 10th. Two hundred plus volunteers from the off-road community contributed. The clean up was coordinated by John Kingston (@roaminglost) and Jordan Kepler (@lost.sasquatch) after watching and reading coverage of vandalism and trash overflow […]

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Minimalism and Overlanding

Back in the day, when I was a functioning member of society, I would spend every Saturday at my favorite hardware store. It was call De La Reys and now that I have traveled much of the world I realize that it was an incredibly well stocked and managed store. Related posts: Overlanding as a […]

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February Overland Gear Round Up

It’s our February gear round up, and we have an assortment of overland gear that either packs up small or helps handle the packing. We asked Mercedes Lilienthal to give us her review on items that promise to deliver both high quality and size efficiency. Read on for this months review! Related posts: Goose Gear […]