Welcome To Overland BoundLocation: Kentucky
Rig: 2016 Tacoma
Welcome to Overland Bound TravisHi my name is Travis. I live in Eastern Oregon
Welcome to Overland Bound RyanHi, my name is Ryan!
Location: Northwest Indiana
Rig: 2016 F150 2.7l ecoboost
Experience: Novice. I've always had a fascination with overlanding and offroading which stemmed from seeing old videos of camel trophy trucks when I was a kid. Slowly building up my rig and getting out when I have the time. Looking forward to being part of the community!
My name is Jon Plouffe and I am in Damascus, Oregon. I have a 2021 Taco TRD Off Road. When it comes to overlanding, I am a novice. I am looking forward to crawling through these forums and soaking up knowledge.
Hey Kent, it's Vennak 25153. Ive just been thinkin about he trip you were planning on taking to Tuktoyatuk.I've been thinking about quite a bit. How are the plannings coming along? How many memebers do ypu have jpining you in this epic aventure so far? VennakAbsolutely! The road/train trip to Churchill will require careful preparation -- more so than any other overlanding expedition here in Canada (in comparison to the Dempster Highway, for instance). Having said that, I was heading to Tuktoyaktuk this year, but Covid changed that. I am now planning it for 2021 (as an OB event -- already posted). Hope we will be done with this Covid thing by the time we reach summer of 2021. If so, and you are heading this way, drop me a line. Perhaps you and your wife may even want to join the epic adventure to Tuktoyaktuk
Stay safe, and journey on.
Hello Dave, welcome from Phoenix, I look forward to seeing the build in pics.Dave here! Located in the Raleigh NC area. Brand new to Overlanding. I have been wanting to get into it for years. Just picked up a 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Let the mods begin.
I am a fabricator of sorts and I'd like to think I am pretty inventive too. I am looking forward to designing some of my own mods and gear.
Hello Bryan and Susan, never too tame, that is my stage also, welcome from Phoenix.Bryan & Susan here: We live in southern Arizona, just south of Tucson. While in years past we had a highly modified 4Runner and did a lot of off-road and SAR in the Mojave, age & health have slowed me down some. We've got a Ram 3500 SRW 4x4 with a Lance camper that, so far, has handled everything we've asked it to do. Love exploring still and very much into photography/videography. We may be too tame for most on this forum but we're still game!
Hello John, welcome from Phoenix.Name: John
Location: Eagle Idaho, the Treasure Valley in Southwest Idaho, O.K. I’ll stop trying to “church it up” Boise
Rig: 2013 Toyota 200 Series Landcruiser
Experience: I’m a longtime jeeper. My first was a 1980 CJ 5 and my last was a 2019 JL with 37’s new gears, axles, driveshafts....etc. I’m also a lifelong outdoor enthusias, hunting, fly fishin‘, rafting, backpacking and falconry. I’ve decided to stop beating a Jeep against big rocks in Favor of vehicle dependent travel because “Adventure is Necessary”.
Thanks Overland Bound
Hello Chris, welcome from Phoenix.Hello
I just joined and already feel I could spend a lot of time here. I am Chris, I live in the metro detroit Michigan area. Back in the day I and my friends used to do a lot of four wheeling around lower and upper Michigan. Back then I drove a pretty nice 1976 F250.
Happy to be getting back into it with my son. We have been working on our new rigs over the past six months. Now I am running a 2012 Nissan Pathfinder. My son is running a 2014 Xterra. We have put on 2” lifts, 32” tires, bumper modifications, on board air, lights and winches? Great way to spend time and money with my son.
I have enjoyed reading forums. Can’t wait to get out and do some over-landing.
Hello Gregory, welcome from Phoenix, I would suggest you wipe your actual address from the site and go with just your city.Hi new overlander here just got a tablet looking for a holder for my jeep any ideas also looking for ideas on cb attenas