What a great community we have. I have been coast to coast and every person I have met I would probably call a friend. Always there with advice, to listen and always to help you out of a tight situation. We would like to give a shout out to Overlanders we have met in out travels. Click the Logo links below to get to know these wonderful overlanders and strengthen the Overland community.
I met Jason at an overland event and we pretty much talk a collaborate every day. He knows Toyota's and a lot about offroading. He has a YouTube channel were he reviews product and tells stories of his overland adventures.
I joined Overland Bound several years ago and was able to meet the founders Micheal and Corey at Overland Expo East. They have been at the forefront of the cause. If you are looking for information, Overland Bound have a bunch. An overland form, meet ups, gear reviews, rig review, map, software and much more. They also regional Overland Bound groups all over the world.
Travel responsibly on land by staying on designated roads, trails and area. Go over, not around, obstacles to avoid widening the trails. Cross streams only at designated fords. when possible, avoid wet, muddy trails. On water, stay on designated waterways and launch your watercraft in designated areas.