It didn’t take me being involved in this whole “overlanding” scene long to realize that the name of the game is really flexibility. It is important on these journeys that we don’t get so locked into one plan, that we lose our ability to have fun and enjoy it. It is easy to forget that just being out in nature and enjoying each other’s company is the main priority. In other words, it is easy to miss the forest for the trees. […]
“You are going to do what?”
Yep… you heard me right. My husband and I, along with our dog Franklin, are going to live out of our 4Runner on a 8 day 900 + mile off road tour through Eastern Kentucky. […]
What happens when it goes wrong on the trail! What? Wrong? “I am too good to let that happen,” “I have too much experience for that to happen,” or simply “it won’t happen to me.” Yep, they are all excuses I have heard before. […]
One weekend at the end of January, we decided to take advantage of a break in the winter weather. We headed out camping to the Franklin State Forest for some easy, breezy camping and relaxation. What we didn’t know is that we would bring home another family member from this trip, and that she would have such a great impact on our lives.
We purchased “Riley” about a week or two before Thanksgiving 2014. At the time I was driving a less than year old Subaru Outback 5spd, but was having some major issues with the engine burning oil. […]