Thanks for the kind words. I just returned from a road trip to KY. I am planning to do the COBDR next summer, and maybe the AZBDR in the fall. I have already covered some of the trails that make up the AZ route.
Thanks for the kind words. The color is 2010 Galway Green. I had to special order the truck as they did not have any in the USA in that color at that time. It was a very personal trip and one I will remember for a long time.
Enjoyed the write up. I'm planning on doing this next May on my way to Overland West. I did the IDBDR this year and enjoyed it immensely. We took 10 days to do 1250 miles but were pushing it. I plan to go slower this trip to enjoy the trek.
Enjoyed the write up. I'm planning on doing this next May on my way to Overland West. I did the IDBDR last year and enjoyed it immensely. We took 10 days to do 1250 miles but were pushing it. I plan to go slower this trip to enjoy the trek.
I went to a few of the early Overland Expos when it was in Amado and Mormon Lake. They are almost overwhelming with the seminars, movies, and product vendors. The attendees and their vehicles are also impressive.
As I said in my report, I went a little faster than I should have. NMBDR should probably be an eight day trip. I am thinking of doing the CO or AZ BDR next year.
I misspoke in that I did the IDBDR this July, just seems like last year even though it was only a couple of months ago. I also did Expo West this spring and while it was crowded I still enjoyed the opportunity to look around and meet some great folks. While we camped on site I didn't really consider it "camping" per se due to the number of people there but it was no more crowded or chaotic than going to Six Flags or Sea World so I just consider it a weekend at the Overlanding Amusement Park.