by Matthew Scott

From stories on the Abenteuer and Allrad show (the world’s largest overland get-together) to an in-depth comparison of solar panels, and a skills piece on traveling in Baja, Mexico—there’s no doubt the Fall 2011 issue of Overland Journal is a keeper. It’s even available for free right now on the Overland Journal website. If you haven’t yet had a chance to put the premium quarterly publication in your hands, this is surely the next best thing.

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IN THIS ISSUE

Features:

  • Abenteuer and Allrad Show, Christian Pelletier and Persephone Crittenden
  • Behind the Iron Curtain: Cold War Russia, Åsa Björklund
  • Solar Panel Comparison, Graham Jackson
  • The World’s Favorite Bus: VW Syncro, S. Lucas Valdes and Jad Josey
  • Vehicle Feature: 200 Series Land Cruiser, Harry Wagner
  • Lessons from Ethiopia, Janet Wilson
  • Jack Pine 850 Triumph Scrambler, Chris Collard

Departments:

Overland Post, Editor’s Column, Editor’s Project, News from the Trade, Overland News, Latitude, Overland Conservation – Roseann Hanson, Overland Medicine: Overland with Children – Remote Medical’s Andrew Cull, Skills: Travelling in Baja – Scott Brady, Overland Chef: The Baja taco de pescado – Chris Collard, Classic Kit: The Svea 123 – Christophe Noel, Tail Lamp: Five Days in No-Man’s Land – Pablo Rey

On the Cover:

The ascent from Aqua Verde, Baja Sur. Photo by Scott Brady. (Back cover: NAS Defender 90 overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Baja Mexico. Photo by Scott Brady.)

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About the Author: Matthew Scott

Matthew Scott is a dedicated photographer, vintage car enthusiast, and regular contributor to Overland Journal. Growing up in Chicago in a family that valued “all things automotive” as much as exploring the region’s back roads, provided a solid platform for a career as an automotive journalist. He departed the Windy City in lieu of Prescott, Arizona, and the great open spaces and adventure opportunities of America’s Southwest. @matthewexplore