I beg to differ on your definition of overlanding Scott. Technically speaking, overland travel is simply traveling from one location to another on land, whether it's by foot, horse, wagon, train, hoverboard, bicycle or vehicle. Think about all those emigrant and Mormon overland trails out West. I'm quite sure they didn't have land cruisers, unless they were the fabled 1800 series!
Hello, I am organizing a group buy for ih8mud for portable fridge and freezers, could I get permission to share it here? It is a coupon for 25% off all IceCo products. I just want to share the post from mud with all the details. Thank you for your time. I am DangCat on ih8mud.
You did a write up in 2011 on a trail in the Chiricahua mountains. In the write up you stated you had GPS data of the trail (GPX?). Would you consider emailing me this info. If so: email@example.com. Thanks.
You mentioned in your LR4 build articles about some rubbing issues with the Falken WildPeak 265/70r/18s. Can you let me know what you ended up doing with them? I'm about to install LR3 18s as you did.
"We’re working on a few long-term fixes to these items and will report back on the best solution."
Do you take a personal role in the governance of your forum any more? Just an honest question.... I joined a long time ago now and it seems to have steadily declined to the point that I don't even post any longer...
Sir, Where would I post the need for a craftsman to build me a sleeping platform/storage drawers for my 2015 Chevy Express 3500 EWB passenger van within the forums, I don't want to get hammered for posting it in the wrong place? Thank you.
Hello Scott, I really enjoy the site!!Back in 2006 you made a post with pics in the sierra madre, your notes spoke of two raramuri girls a stream and a cabin, I was wondering if you had waypoints for this location? As my Wife and I are planning a 120 day journey of the Copper Canyon area. Any info you will provide would be much aprreciated. Tnank you in advance and kindest regards, Steve and Achara Meurer