Welcome. This is one hell of a set-up you got going on.Taylor here from Dallas texas.
Rig: 2015 4runner with lots of extras
Experience I've been camping since a very young age, I enjoy anything adventurous. I rock climb 5 days a week, I MTN bike, kayaking and currently working on my pilots license. Next I want to learn how to sail and scub a dive. Lol
I currently just installed a mount system for a tablet in the runner, I want to hear yalls ideas on off the grid mapping and tracking. I also just purchased a bad elf pro as well for my gps connection. So any advice is welcome.
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Welcome. Just think, with the photo equip and the camping gear, you are set-up to post some awesome pictures for us ;)Hello All,
Location: Castro Valley, CA
Rig: (of sorts) stock 2009 Ford F-250 SuperCab 4x4
Only modification are the winch and the gooseneck hitch for the horse trailer.
Experience: Lots of camping and hiking, but very little off-road experience. Until now, I've been spending my money on photo equip and camping supplies. I guess that's all about to change now.
Welcome! Great to see more LRs and Utahns. We recently finished a Canyonlands trip to the Dollhouse in the Maze District. That area is over landing at it's best.Hello from Spanish Fork, Utah (an hour south of Salt Lake City)
Current vehicle: 89 Range Rover
Last Vehicle: 95 Disco
Son's Vehicle: 03 Disco
What can I say... Get your kids addicted to Land Rovers and they can't afford to be addicted to drugs!
Just got back from a 3 day trip on the White Rim Trail in Canyonlands National Park (I would highly recommend this!!)
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