Month: November 2016

Overland 101

Preparing for your first overland adventure [Part 2]

In part one I started discussing a breakdown of how to prepare for your first overland adventure. Camping on the 2015 No Highways Tour in Acadia National Park in Maine In part two we will build off those first five items and by the time we’re done it will be time to load up and […]

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Overland 101

Preparing for your first overland adventure [Part 1]

One of the questions I get asked most frequently is something along the lines of, “What do I need to go on an overland adventure?”  This is usually from someone who is new to the 4×4 world and is eager, yet cautious, to get out there. Adventure begins where the pavement ends…Are you ready?If not, […]

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Event Report

[Event Report] Disconnected Offroad “Rock the Clock” 2016

Last fall I was able to tag along and hit the trails for the first “Rock the Clock” event with Disconnected Offroad as a passenger. Nick making his way over the rolling hills at the intersection of Trails #1 & #2 When they started planning this year’s event I was approached to be a trail […]

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Opinion/Educational/Humor

Educate, Encourage, and Inspire

Piggybacking off last week’s post exploring the budget minded aspect of the ECOA mission statement, this week I want to unpack the phrase, “To Educate, Encourage, and Inspire.” since it is the main part of the mission. The mission of East Coast Overland Adventures is to:Educate, encourage, and inspire other adventurers in the overlanding community. […]

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