Hello Jason and Welcome to OB! Your rig sounds awesome!Member 5271 here.
Name: Jason A. Brueggen
Location: Clayton, NC
Rigs: 1996 4Runner Limited, 1997 4Runner SR5 5 speed
My family and I love exploring trails whenever possible. Both rigs capable of wheeling but the 96 is built for more difficult terrain. I'm a bit of an introvert so I don't go to meets usually if I don't know anybody but I'd love to meet some locals that don't bash each other b/c of what they drive and how they drive it.
Hello Bryan...welcome to the OB crewHello Everyone,
So glad to be part of such an awesome group! I can't wait for the adventures to begin!
Location: Woodland Hills, CA
Rig: 2017 Chevy Colorado Z71
Experience: I would consider myself an intermediate off-roader. I started off-roading a few years ago when I began working for Front Runner Outfitters and now I can't stop traveling. From the Sierras to an eclipse in the Northwest, I just want to do it all.
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Hello and welcome to the OB crewSup Everyone,
Location: Grove City, Ohio suburb of Columbus (Go Bucks!)
Rig: 2003 Hummer H2 (Stock)
Experience: I would consider myself as an intermediate wheeler. I have owned 2 Jeep Wranglers 90 & 95, Chevy Tahoe 01 , and now a Hummer H2. I'm new to the overland movement but look forward to getting involved.
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Hello.....and welcome to the OB crew...btw...you're welcome for the ride..haha U.S. Navy veteran here....thank you for your service and sacrifice1) View attachment 35736
2) Location: Northern Arizona
3) Rig: 1996 Chevy Silverado K1500
4) Overlanding Experience: United States Marine veteran so My A** Rode In Navy Equipment for the most part but a couple of convoys and hunting trips are really about it just excited on creating new memories and taking on fun and challenging adventures hopefully with some friends!!
Hi Bill! Welcome to OB. Like the trailer, especially the license plate.Name: Bill
Local: Central Iowa
Vehicle: 2014 Jeep JK/Dinoot DIY trailer/Tepui RTT
Experience: Working on it....
Hi ya, folks. New member, old guy. Come from 30 years of backpacking. Would have come sooner had I known the benefits of a toothbrush with the handle still intact, cooking real food in cast iron instead of $6 packets of flavored freeze-dried sawdust reconstituted in a wafer thin tin pot , a 3" mattress instead of a half inch thick egg crate foam pad and most especially, a real camp chair with a back and arms instead of a rock. Why didn't any of you say something sooner?
Anyway, look forward to learning a bunch from you young guinea pi, rather, outdoorsmen and women.
Hello Evan and Lorie....welcome to the OB crew...great jeep set up...love the color