Summary: Overlanding is: Vehicle dependent travel. It's a movement. It isn’t elitist, and it doesn’t matter what you drive. It’s for everyone who feels the call of the wild, and anyone willing to go find it. In this podcast series you will get personal with Overland Bound, hear basic to advanced how-to topics, and meet guest that range from weekend warriors to people living in their overland vehicle, all with the goal of getting you out there to seek your own adventure! Overland Bound's mission is to connect as many people as possible with the great outdoors. Our worldwide community shares the resources and information to prepare you for adventure. We are explorers and adventurers. Exploration is the key to not just being alive, but truly living. Outfit and explore. http://www.overlandbound.com
I've Never Seen That Before So uh, ya. One time we were driving through the Mojave Desert and our radiator completely blew up. It was a thing. Here's what happened, what we did, and and what happened after that. We include audio of the explosive event.
Trip Planning Over the years without really thinking about it, we've come up with a method of trip planning we pretty much follow every time. There's a series of questions to ask to help prepare. We created the Trip Planner which is a free download on this site, which steps you through the process, and in this podcast we have some fun while explaining how ans why we use this method. We hope its useful!
A Hard Landing A "hard landing" is when you come in hot, sun down, in the dark, maybe its raining, snowing, cold, and you have to set up camp. In this episode, Corrie and I share the details of one night in Moab, and a mighty hard landing. Cold, Ice, Snow, and a free-slide down a dirt (ice) road.
From the Beginning I've given accounts of how Overland Bound started in snippets on social media and in person, but never in such detail. I get asked all the time how it began and there isn't one good answer. Overland Bound was officially started in 2010, but the beginning started long before then. Many things converged to make Overland Bound a reality. For me, it really was a necessity. In this podcast I discuss the good, the bad, and in the end, the awesome. I hope you enjoy.
We had the awesome opportunity to sit down with @thewildyolo "Yolo" and @thejeepcalledyeti "Yeti" and talk about how they met, what got them into overlanding, and what's next! Their philosophy about life, the lessons learned and how they have created their own path is both genuine and inspiring. Join us for 30 minutes of awesome and get inspired! Thank you Yeti and Yolo for sharing your story! Check them out on Instagram @thewildyolo and @thejeepcalledyeti Online @ http://www.yetibuilt.com
Season 1 Episode 2 In this episode I discuss Overland Bound's founding principles. When new members join Overland Bound, I ask then to review our founding principles to see if they agree with what we stand for. These principles are posted in the forums and they serve as conduct guidelines. Our community agrees, and we feel its part of the reason Overland Bound is growing so quickly. Take a listen to understand a bit more about what Overland Bound Stands for.
Introducing the Overland Bound Podcast What will we be discussing each week? The Overland Bound Podcast will have three main categories covering a broad range of topics! Overland Bound community topics such as gear and equipment discussions, news and info from the overlanding world, and talks about overlanding values and experiences. Special guests and experts in all things overlanding, from teachers and trainers to those out there living life on the road. How to discussions from beginner to advanced, covering all aspects of safety and strategy on the trail. And we'll have fun. Because that's what we do. We'll be posting up the good stuff on Sunday nights. Subscribe and listen on your computer or from your smartphone. We look forward to having you on the journey and hope you are inspired to Outfit & Explore!