What Did You Do Last Night?
Angles. Momentum. Confidence. Determination. Those four words have new meanings for me today. And, it turns out, that in the world of heavy recovery and towing, those are the only things that you really need…well, those things and the equipment and knowledge to use it. Things that are beneficial... Read more
Basic Wranglers Do Still Exist!
Car and Driver did a great write-up with regards to purchasing a new Wrangler. We have become so accustomed to the creature comforts and technology options that are available I think we have forgotten about the basics from which we came from. When I purchased my last Wrangler, I... Read more
An Awesome Build of a 1966 Trailer
Thanks to Chris Cordes and the folks at Expedition Portal for sharing one of the finest examples of what can be done in converting an older trailer into something worthy of Expedition Jeeping! http://expeditionportal.com/build-of-the-month-apache-raven-tent-trailer/ Read more
A JK Built For Serious Fun!
We all have the passion to get outdoors and explore the lands that surround us and we all run into the same problem eventually: We want to go places that are limited by the vehicle we drive! Gene Martin was no exception. He ended up building a Jeep that... Read more
What does “overlanding” mean to you?
Whether it be an expedition through South America or a trip to your folks house across town, the term “overlanding” can have a number of meanings. In the off-road world, we typically associate the word with something very extreme and very far…in fact the distance to travel has become... Read more
The World’s Largest Art Gallery
A Road Trip to Nine Mile Canyon, Utah By Del Albright The red canyon walls were speaking to him as the Native American sun-browned boy moved cautiously along the cliffs, an arrow nocked in his bow.  Big horn sheep were coming into a nearby spring at daybreak and he... Read more