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The Bittersweet End of Our Epic Journey April 20 2020, 0 Comments

Day 33 to 37 

The last four days of our Adam's Xtreme Off Road Aventure were basically spent driving. It took us two days to get from the Hoover Dam back to Colorado. Hoover Dam was our last stop. Neil had always wanted to see the Hoover Dam.

My last night in Colorado Neil and I ate at his favorite Mexican Restaurant in Del Norte. I remember him looking at me saying "this is nice". Just of the two...

Gold Mountain - Jeep Badge of Honor April 18 2020, 0 Comments

Day 31

Our last minute lunch with fellow Jeeper Stacey the day before lead to an amazing day of wheeling in Southern California. We met up with Stacey in the morning. Our first stop was Pioneertown. A cool little stop before we hit the trails. 

In 1946, Pioneertownwas founded by a group of Hollywood investors, including actors Roy Rogers and Gene Autry. They dreamed of creating an Old West set 125...

Pinyon Canyon Wheeling April 10 2020, 0 Comments

Day 28 


Neil and I spent the day lazing around the campsite with Jeep Girl Lori Graves. It was nice to spend the whole day just doing nothing, but hanging in the great outdoors. Tomorrow will be the day for off road fun. 





Neil and Lori gave the term Day Drinking a whole new meaning. Even Jersey got in on the fun. Later that evening the other Jeepers rolled in & joined in on the fun.  

Day 29



Time to...

Mojave Road Fun April 09 2020, 0 Comments

Day 23
As we left Kingman, Neil and I were looking forward to the isolation of Mojave Road. It  is an historic route across the Mojave Desert. A route from the Native Americans back in the day, but later became a thoroughfare for Spanish missionaries, explorers and settlers. 



The GAIA app sure helped keep us on track as there are so many two tracks, gravel roads, and wash outs in the desert. Plus,...

Adam's Adventure Continued April 08 2020, 0 Comments

With everything happening in my life the past 4 months, I have been not keeping up with my blog posts from our Adam's Xtreme Off Road Adventure. Some have told me just to move on but my OCD says otherwise.  


It will always linger in the back of my mind that I didn't finish a project. That just won't set well with me. SO I must finish. The last blog post Day 20, we had just celebrated Halloween with...

Nexen Tire Review February 13 2020, 0 Comments

Nexen Tires has recently entered the off road tire arena. A new company coming into a already established world is difficult, but let me tell you... These tires rock! 




Neil and I were hesitant at first but we quickly changed our mind during our 10,000 mile trip across America. 


Last fall we set out across America to do some wheeling, meet Jeepers, and...

A Must Have February 09 2020, 0 Comments

During our adventure last fall, Neil and I had the opportunity to test out knives from L.T. Wright Handcrafted Knives. Neil was really excited to be working with them, but I never understood people's fascination with knives. That all changed after the month long journey. 

We were given a personal knife each. Neil picked the Bushcrafter, and myself the Camp Muck. Wow, using this knife totally...

Let the Adventure Lead January 25 2020, 0 Comments




Day 20 - During the ride to the bottom of the Grand Canyon YouTube fan Angela reached out to me  She invited Neil and I to stay at her home. We took her up on the offer. It was a great night of conversation and camaraderie. 






The next morning we had breakfast at a cute small town breakfast spot, The Randall House, while we bonded as Jeepers. Then it was time for Neil and I to head to Sedona. 






While...

A Hidden Grand Canyon Gem January 25 2020, 0 Comments

Day 19- It seems Neil & I didn't get enough of the Grand Canyon. We had heard you could drive yourself down to the bottom of the Canyon right up to the Colorado River. So we went in search. 




We decided to take the back roads up to Peach Springs, Arizona. This was were you could buy a permit to drive down to the Colorado River on Diamond Creek Road. There's a building, the Hualapai Tribal Forestry...

Spectacular Grand Canyon January 18 2020, 0 Comments

Day 18We woke up to a cold morning in Mesa Verde National Park. The three of us slept on my Mattress Firm mattress in the back of my Rubicon. It was cold all night, but Jersey was like a mini heater and kept us warm. She is also a cover hog.

It was an a spectacular view during our drive through the park on our way to the Grand Canyon. Neil had a good time messing with me as we drove the park. 
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