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Co-Founder, Marketing and Editor @ Overland Bound. Often found behind the camera, keyboard or steering wheel. (But not all at once.)

Member Profile: Chris Solis and his Camel Trophy Land Rover 110

That moment when you can check owning a Camel Trophy Land Rover 110 off your bucket list… When the opportunity to own a piece of Land Rover history presented itself to Chris Solis eleven years ago, he jumped on it and hasn’t looked back.  Part adventure machine, part never ending project, Chris takes us through […]

PNW Adventures of a 2006 Nissan Xterra SE

We recently took the time to talk shop with Overland Bound Member Blake M. about his Titan swapped 2006 Nissan Xterra build. Blake chose to be very hands on with his build and did many of the modifications himself. Learn how his love for snow boarding and snowy mountains was the driving factor behind his […]

Off-Road Kitchen: Ribeye with Jalapeno Emulsion and Cowboy Beans

Beard Foundation Best Chef South nominee Jesse Houston is an overland enthusiast and outdoors lover who calls Jackson, Mississippi home. Houston is currently the Executive Chef at Fine & Dandy, and when he’s not creating mouth watering food (with dishes such as a Chicken & Waffle Stack), you can find him off-road and outdoors cooking […]

Virtual Overland Expo 2020: Coming Soon to an Internet Connection Near You

You would be hard pressed to find anyone who hasn’t been impacted by the upside down that is 2020. The Overland Expo events scheduled this year for the West, Rocky Mountains and East were no exception. But rather than sit back and wait, the Overland Expo team took matters into their own hands and created […]

Building a “Home” in a Land Cruiser 80 Series

What do you do with your 1993 Toyota FZJ80 Land Cruiser once the kids have left the house? You turn it into a “home” and explore as much as possible. Overland Bound Member Ofer Bruhis takes us through every decision made converting his Land Cruiser 80 Series into a (very) tiny home. Read on for […]

The USA is Overlanding Nirvana

Words and Images by Graeme Bell We are a South African family who have driven our Land Rover Defender to over 50 countries on four continents over 150 000 miles. We have crossed the equator four times and our children have grown up to be multicultural. We have been to Casablanca, Dar es Salaam, New […]

Paradise: After the Fire

We had the pleasure of visiting Chico and Paradise, CA to meet up with Overland Bound members and collect donations for the Oroville Hope Center to help those devastated by the Camp Fire. Thanks to the help of Tim of Ordinary Overland (@ordinaryoverland), Alynn (@the_pandra), and the team at Mountain Hatch (@mountain_hatch), we met up […]

Top 14 Essential Overland Gear List

Written by Graeme Bell Photos by Luisa Bell Your grandfather probably used to travel overland. He had a pick-up truck, a military surplus tent, table, chair and water bottles, a pile of wood and a few six packs. He threw your mom or dad in the passenger seat, a good dog, a few fishing rods […]

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 […]

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