This ridiculous Facebook page has over 28,000 members. I hesitate to even post the link to it.
We all want what we can’t have, right?
In which the Overland Gods have smiled a thousand smiles, and their beneficence knows no bounds.
A post to spark a discussion. EDIT: Hopefully the link to the YouTube video works now.
Back in September over on our blog, I wrote a short bit on DIY tire repair, and I linked to Jonathon Hanson’s article at Exploring Overland on the “two tool kits that will (almost) breakdown proof your vehicle”. Besides the tire repair kit, the other tool he includes is the 12 Volt Lithium battery microstarter.
This month I have the distinct pleasure to review all the best that Overland & Expedition had to offer from August. As always, find the most compelling off-road and adventure travel content anywhere on the Internet right here on Kinja at Overland & Expedition.
Greetings from Botswana’s Second City! Francistown is a bustling mining community about 30 miles from the Zimbabwe border, and a four-hour drive north of our home base of Gaborone.
*Yes, that spelling is a sad, Doug-prompted joke.
Life in the city - it can wear on you.
One of our first orders of business in Botswana was to collect the 2001 5-door Mitsubishi Pajero “Exceed” (North American market Montero) we purchased from the outgoing Fulbright Scholar. Remarkably enough, he had stored the Mitsu only 300 meters or so (switching to metric now) from our hotel on the very same street -…
Touchdown - Botswana.
The A stands for “alternate”.
I sold my R53 last week. Let’s remember some fun things we did:
And by “we” I mean me and the trusty XJ.
Welp, looks like it’s just going to be me on this trip, which is weird, since Julie and I go everywhere together.
Here’s some news.