Tag Archive for: overland travel

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THREE COOL THINGS – DON’T GET STUCK!

Since the weather outside is frightful for much of the United States, I thought this would be the perfect time to do a Three Cool Things for staying mobile whether you're on the road or off. These things will certainly help keep you going in the event you are stuck. 

WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: OZARK MOUNTIANS

Today's edition of Wednesday Wanderlust takes us to The Ozark. A loosely defined area in South Central Missouri.  A place of underrated beauty with large expanses of wilderness and excellent roads. The Ozarks are a wonderful destination for any off or on road enthusiast. 

THE OVERLANDING BOOKS BY GRAEME BELL

To support the Bell family's travels and to enrich your own life substantially, you can purchase these beautiful books by Graeme about their travels and experiences. The books also make great gifts and the holidays are just around the corner.

WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: AMAZING KAZAKHSTAN

Today's edition of Wednesday Wanderlust stokes the fires of the outdoors like few others. Take in the sights of Amazing Kazakhstan.
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GRAEME BELL AND HIS OVERLANDING FAMILY: WWW.A2AEXPEDITION.COM

Today is a very big day. Not only is this weeks interview with a true giant of the overlanding community, but this also happens to be our 50TH INTERVIEW HERE AT DIRT ORCAS!!!!!!! We are so very please to be speaking with Graeme Bell and his family about their extensive overland travels around Africa, North and South America, and beyond.

LEAH AND AUSTIN: DRIVING OL’ BLUE – @4RUNNER4ADVENTURE

For the forty sixth installment in our ongoing interview series here at Dirt Orcas we are very excited to speak with Leah and Austin of @4runner4adventure.

WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: VERMONT

Today's edition of Wednesday Wanderlust takes us to Vermont for a viewing of the annual Fall foliage. 

BRIAN RANDOLPH: RIVER ROCK OVERLAND

For the forty forth installment in our ongoing interview series here at Dirt Orcas, we are very pleased to speak with Brian Randolph about his overland adventures with his family in their 100 series Land Cruiser. You may know them as @riverrockoverland.

Frugality vs Cachet: The Overland Travelers Dilemma

I find myself at odds with the community I love. What is it about the overland community that seems so "kept"? For every genuine superstar, the ones who loads into a car bound for Baja or Patagonia, there are one thousand others who's goal is to dump $15K worth of upgrades into their vehicle just to take a lap through the mountains once a year.