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Discussion in 'Overland Bound Behind the Scenes' started by Michael, Sep 6, 2015.

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  1. Joey83

    Joey83 Rank VI
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    You are not wrong, Norway gets its fair share of snow up in the mountains, I live on the southwest coast which usually just gets rain, its simply to warm here to get any snow.
     
  2. Kevigizmo

    Kevigizmo Western Europe Ambassador
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    Great to hear your enjoying them!

    We are aiming to have a few more podcasts like that where we can just generally chat and give some info about ourselves as Ambassadors so you guys the members can see we are just like you guys!
    It's just down to logistics as quite a few of us are in totally different timezones ;)
    Kev
     
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  3. Kyle & Kari Frink

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    Nice lol, we have considered camping in our backyard as well when not able to go anywhere lol.
     
  4. allterrain72

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    Love it!!!!!!!
     
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  5. Desert Runner

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    Organization is the ticket for less stress when loading your rig. It probably needs it's own discussion thread different from just gear packing.

    Like how do you store your gear in your garage when not using it. Do you just throw it in any hole/place it will fit? Or do you have dedicated area/areas where you store it.

    People's garages tend to become a catch all for life. Especially for us that have lived in the same place for a long time. So what do you do for quick easy gear retrieval in your garage.
     
  6. Defender 90 Keith

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    My gear has to be stored in the house as we're not blessed with the warmest of weather. My tent for example is canvas and being in the UK our prices are ridiculously high for everything so it has a nice warm spot to hibernate between outings

    Ultimately I would like a weatherproof garage for equipment with dedicated shelving for everything.

    As for loading my "rig" that differs depending on the duration and location of the destination.
     

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