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Rock Crawling 101 — Kurt’s 7 Commandments!
So you just bought a Jeep are are itching to test it off-road. Before you chunk that thing into four wheel drive, there are many things that you need to know in order to not only be successful on the trail, but to keep your vehicle and even yourself... Read more
Warning! Are You Keyed Up?
Recently I impressed upon you the importance of storing the winch controller near the driver’s seat. (Read the article here.) Here I offer an even more important reminder: Buy at least two additional copies of the ignition key. Carry an extra copy when you’re out. Whether four-wheeling or just... Read more
Ladies!  Lipstick and Lobster — Trail and Camp Cooking Tips
Stacie Albright Shares Trail Secrets and Tips for the Ladies Hey ladies this is for you! Even if you are a ‘seasoned’ off roader or a ‘newb’ to the scene, here are some little tips and tricks about keeping up our looks, a few dynamite recipes and some of... Read more
Border to Border – Mexico to Canada; All Dirt Roads; My Personal Ultimate Jeep Adventure
10th Anniversary of an Incredible Jeep Overlanding Adventure Mexico to Canada, all dirt roads; two guys; one dog and one Jeep. Join me on this 10th Anniversary as I recap one of the most amazing adventures of my Jeeping times. In 2009, noted adventurer and world traveler Chris Collard... Read more
[pics] It’s Time! Step Up and Lead Volunteers
Inspire, Motivate, Facilitate – and Organize In our Jeeping, volunteer world there’s a trick to leading volunteers. We do not wear rank and cannot scream orders like we’re in the military.  We need to learn to be more nurturing and coaching, while still getting things done.  Here’s some magical... Read more
The Most Dreaded Phrase in Four Wheeling
My mid-life crisis began this summer on the Rubicon trail. While attending the Steaks and Stories event with my son, I saw the new Jeep Gladiator for the first time in person. With a decent lift and 37 inch tires on it, my salivary glands started gushing as it... Read more
[pics & vid] Restoring Trails After Wildfire; Stonyford OHV
PWORA and OVERLAND BOUND; TRAIL GUARDIANS on the MENDOCINO NATIONAL FOREST October 4-6, 2019 a dozen volunteers from the Post Wildfire OHV Recovery Alliance (PWORA) and Overland Bound tackled a major conservation project to help protect a sensitive wildlife and cultural resource area, while rebuilding OHV infrastructure to ensure... Read more
[pics] Jeep Jams, Invasions, Fests & A Crusade! Part 2
After 3000+ miles and 17 days in, we begin to head south out of Tennessee towards Jasper, Georgia…but first we take a day off and hit another amazing place close to Pigeon Forge… Event Intermission: Gatlinburg, TN North America’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge happens to be in Gatlinburg. And... Read more
It Is Time to Cross the Rubicon NOW!
LET THE DIE BE CAST! Julius Caesar had just delivered a major ass-whupping. He had been fighting in the Gallic wars against 3 million Gauls who were just as strong as the Romans militarily. Even so, Caesar managed to annihilate 1 million Gauls, enslave another million, subjugate 300 different... Read more
[pics] Jessi Combs – A Gallery Tribute
“I ask that… all of you celebrate my life and everything I stand for. I ask that you do everything in your power to share my mission, what I put my entire life on the line for. To reveal to this world what they are capable of, by showing... Read more