Well, at the time I am writing this, I am awaiting retirement orders from the Air Force signifying the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. This also means that I will likely have the opportunity to take a trip that I have wanted to take for a long time, the Continental Divide Trail. Here is a little bit of information regarding fuel planning and what some of my considerations are when planning.
The topic for today, if the title didn’t give it away, is the recovery gear that I carry with me. Some of it I have from recommendations of other people and some of it I have from necessity and hard-earned experience.
In the first post I covered the first 5 of my top 10 exterior mods. If you missed that post, check it out HERE
. As a quick recap, here are the first 5:
10. Armor (Bumpers all the way around)
9. Roof-Top Tent
8. Rack system for the roof
7. Lights on lights
6. Dual Battery
Now, for the remaining 5.
Today I am going to cover some basic details about my 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. Instead of doing this by describing EVERY SINGLE THING I have done, I’m going to cover the top ten exterior mods I have done to the Jeep. Whether or not you have a Jeep, these MODs can be applied to many different vehicles. You will see here that I am a VERY utility driven person and if the item does not afford me any utility, It probably gets eliminated from my setup. These are in no particular order other than this is how it made sense to talk about them. Everyone is different so you decide what to implement in what order. These are just my favorites and why. Read More
This “overlanding” thing captured me hook, line, and sinker. I have been at it for a little over a year and a half now and have learned a LOT of things along the way. Here are the top 5 lessons I’ve learned that I think everyone should know.