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The All Things Overlanding Podcast was created to fill a void in Overlanding podcasts. Each episode will cover general Overlanding topics, Overlanding Events and Expos, Vehicle Modifications, and more! My goal is to provide the same great content as I do on Youtube, Facebook, Instagram and my Website for all Overlanders, new or experienced. I hope you enjoy the content and that you'll come hang out on whatever channels you prefer! Facebook: https://bit.ly/34pYsXv Instagram: https://bit.ly/34 ...
 
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This week, I'm hanging out with Curt Thompson of GTFOverland. He runs an Overlanding shop in SoCal that rents equipment for Overlanding so that people can try stuff out before they buy. So, this was the perfect topic to tackle with him. Check out the full episode for our pros and cons of renting VS buying as well as our final thoughts on when it mi…
 
This week, I wanted to talk about the two types of Overlanding trips I've been on. It seems like these are the only two types there are, at least in my experience. It's either go, go, go or take it slow. I'm going to talk through some examples of these, some of the benefits of each, and my thoughts on what my preference is for the type of trips I l…
 
This week, I have been thinking a lot about whether I prefer Overlanding solo or with friends. There are definitely a lot of pros and cons to each, but I think a lot of it comes down to a few key factors. In this episode, I'll talk through those pros and cons, which way I lean, and my final thoughts on which option might be right for you based on y…
 
I recently returned from the MOORE Expo and I tell you what, it inspired me. The more that I make content, the more I want to continually improve and be more creative. Seeing so many great companies, content creators, and rigs got me excited to really take a long, hard look at the content I'm making and how I want to improve it for you guys. Hopefu…
 
On this week's episode of the podcast/vlog, I'm talking about the 2022 MOORE Expo. What is it all about? Is it worth attending? What will you, as an attendee, get? What do vendors and manufacturers of Overlanding products get out of a show like this? What do content creators get from making the trip? A huge thanks to my featured partners: The Last …
 
This week, I'm asking the question, do you really need a diesel heater for Overlanding? I've been told for the last year or two that I needed one. Especially considering that I camp almost exclusively in the winter. I've always fought it for a couple of reasons (skip to the "cons" chapter in the video to hear those). But, I finally broke down and b…
 
This week, I'm finally starting to get some ideas about how to set up the bed of my Titan swapped 2008 Nissan Frontier so that I can store and utilize my camp kitchen gear when on a trip. I'll walk you through how I'm storing my pots, pans, utensils and more. I'll show you how I'm storing and running my 5 lb propane tank. I'll talk through ideas I …
 
This week, I'm talking about something a subscriber requested. When to use 2WD, when to use 4HI, and when to use 4LO when Overlanding. If you're new to 4WD or looking for suggestions on when to use each drive mode, this is the video for you! A huge thanks to my featured partners: The Last US Bag Company (great quality Overlanding bags, get yours he…
 
On this week's episode, I'm talking with Will from Venture2Roam about our experiences with coolers and fridges. We talk pros and cons of each and which set ups they might make the most sense with. We'll talk about how we have used both and how we came to what we're using now. Definitely check out Will's channel because he has some amazing videos: h…
 
This week I wanted to talk about the pros and cons of airing down and back up when Overlanding. I'll touch on some of the reasons why you should air down, which situations make the most sense for when to air down, how to air back up, and some ideas for what methods to use and how much those products cost. I'd love to hear your thoughts on airing do…
 
This week, I'm hanging out with Will from Venture2Roam who has a Jeep JK and we're talking about the pros and cons of our rigs. My Nissan Frontier vs. his Jeep. If you want to follow Will, check out his channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Venture2Roam A huge thanks to my featured partners: The Last US Bag Company (great quality Overlanding bags, get…
 
This week I'm joined by Cindy Pope of Northology Adventures to talk about our Nissan Frontiers, the way we're each building them out for future Overlanding trips, our modifications, and more! For more info on the vehicles, check out the links below. Northology Adventures (free monthly digital magazine): https://bit.ly/3jvJG7J KOAR 2022: https://bit…
 
The Newbie Overlanders group has grown to over 2000 members in just a couple of months and there have been a lot of great discussions had in the group. So, today I figured I would cover some of the questions that have been trending so we can all think about and learn from them. Post up in the comments below if you've got thoughts on answers to the …
 
The longer I've done Overlanding trips, the more I'm wondering about whether gas or electric makes more sense for my set up. In this week's vlog/podcast, I'm going to talk through the pros and cons of both and which setups each works better with. There isn't an absolute "best" of the two, in my opinion, but each has its uses depending on your overa…
 
This week, I synced up with a buddy who just received his 2022 Ford Maverick and I was able to check out the pros and cons of each. They are definitely very different vehicles but they both have pros and cons. Depending on what type of Overlanding you want to do, either could be a valid option. Guess this explains why I've ordered a Maverick and I'…
 
Historically, I've been super cheap and always tried to buy the cheapest gear. However, after a few years of doing this, I've started to pick up on some items you need to spend more on up front to save money in the long run versus the items you can skimp on that won't really matter. Watch the video to hear the top three of each! Post up in the comm…
 
This week, I'm looking back at some of the funny and awesome sights that I've been lucky enough to see on past trips. Whether you're new to Overlanding and want to know what it's all about, or if you've been doing it for a while and you've got stories of your own, you'll probably get a kick out of this episode. A huge thanks to my featured partners…
 
NOTE: I recorded this at the same time as another of my recent videos and apparently it was the windiest day of the year. I tried my best to cut out as much of the wind noise as possible, but there's still quite a bit, so apologies for that! This week, I'm talking about what considerations to make when you're planning to purchase a used Overlanding…
 
On this episode, I'm going to walk you through how I optioned out my 2022 Ford Maverick and my thought process behind each choice. I'm not saying this is the way you have to build your Maverick if you're thinking of getting one for Overlanding, but rather the way I set mine up. Hopefully the info is helpful if you're considering this awesome little…
 
You probably noticed something in the title that is a big surprise, :D. Watch the episode for all the details of the Nissan Frontier build that will continue for the rest of this year, the all new 2022 Ford Maverick FX4 that is being added to the stable and built, and all other things Overlanding that you'll get this year on the channel! A huge tha…
 
I've talked in other, more specific videos about some tips to get started in Overlanding, but in this video/podcast I'm going to specifically address what it takes to get into Overlanding if you're a total newbie. These general tips will help you figure out what Overlanding is, what kind of budget to set for yourself, and how to get started. There …
 
First of all, apologies for the sporadic wind noise. I recorded this on a camping trip and the wind was apparently crazy. It's not too bad except in a couple of places, but it's annoying so sorry about that. Today, I put together a really short episode as we approach the holidays talking about the value of learning to use the gear you have, versus …
 
This week, I wanted to clearly lay out my strategy that I've used for the last few years to stay warm when camping in the winter (the main time I go every year). This strategy doesn't necessitate any expensive portable power generators, dual battery set ups, or diesel/propane heaters. So, watch the video for more info! If you've got some tips I mis…
 
This week, I've got a new vehicle that I'm starting to build for Overlanding so I wanted to talk through everything I've learned since my last Overlanding build. There are tons of tips, strategies and suggestions for how to approach your build (new or ongoing) to save you time and money in the future. A huge thanks to my featured partners: REDARC (…
 
This week, as we've just gone through Thanksgiving, it made me want to think back to what all I've gained through Overlanding and what I'm thankful for. I hope that this episode will give you some ideas of what you have to look forward to if you're new or thinking of getting into Overlanding. Or, if you've been doing it for a while, I'd love to hea…
 
This is one of my favorite videos each year. This week, I'm talking about my top 20 gift ideas (plus 4 bonus suggestions) for Overlanders. If you're trying to figure out what to put on your list for the holidays this year, watch the video! If you get value out of it, click that like button. And, if you're not already subscribed to the channel, I'd …
 
This week, I'm starting to get ready for my big camping season. Winter may seem like the time of year to stay home and enjoy the comforts of modern technology, but in my opinion, there's no better time to get out, relax, and enjoy nature without all the bugs and other campers. In this video, I'll walk you through some easy to implement steps for ge…
 
I mostly go Overlanding solo, but part of that is that it's really hard to get everything packed up, get them excited, and avoid any pitfalls that may make it a less than amazing trip. However, I really enjoy when they come with me and over the last couple of years, I've learned some trick and tips that will help you get your family out and enjoyin…
 
I've said many times that it doesn't matter what you drive. If you want to get out and explore, just take what you've got and go. In this episode, since the Frontier is still broken down, I took the wife's stock 2017 Honda Pilot EX-L down to Hoosier National Forest for a quick trip with my son. I wanted to show that you could get to a lot of great …
 
This week, I wanted to talk about something that I get a lot of questions about. I also see people post up in Facebook groups and forums asking questions about where to go and how to know if you're in a spot you're allowed to be in. So, I'm going to talk through my experience with camping/overlanding in Hoosier National Forest, how to verify whethe…
 
On this week's episode, a huge thanks to subscriber mjenner89 for the suggestion to talk about what is being transferred from my previous vehicle (2005 Nissan Xterra SE) to the new one (2008 Nissan Frontier). I'll talk a bit about what parts are interchangeable between the Xterra and Frontier (which is a lot) but mostly about my modifications and w…
 
This week I'm starting to think about modifications and parts for the new Frontier, which made me think of what I've learned over the years regarding when to spend money on higher quality, OEM parts and when it makes sense to save some cash by buying cheaper, aftermarket parts. Once you check out the video, I'd love to hear your thoughts in the com…
 
On this week's episode, I'm personally in the process of moving and, wow, was I surprised how much gear I've accumulated. It made me think of how it happened, how to prevent it in the future, and how to declutter if you're in that situation. Hopefully this video will be helpful for you whether you're new to Overlanding or a veteran. Post up in the …
 
On this week's episode, I'm letting the cat out of the bag that I picked up a new rig! I'll walk you through what happened that made me change as well as the tragedy that befell the new truck as I was driving it home. So, to hear more about what I picked up check it out! Also, I'd love to hear from you guys in the comments with your thoughts and wh…
 
So many videos out there (including some I've made) are simply a video version of a definition of what Overlanding is. When I search YouTube for the term "Overlanding," all I see are things like "Overlanding 101" and "What is Overlanding?" So, on this week's episode, I wanted to talk more about why I think Overlanding may be right for you. If you'v…
 
I'm really excited about this episode because I feel like it will be extremely beneficial for a lot of people. I'm going to be talking about a mathematical way to calculate whether a piece of gear is right for you and your style of Overlanding. Check out the episode for more info on how to figure out whether a piece of gear is right for you! Here's…
 
On this week's episode, I'm taking a slightly different approach than I have in the past. I'm trying to shorten the episodes while packing them with more info. Less rambling and more helpful content is the goal. Post up in the comments and let me know what you think! I've got 5 tips to help you pack smarter and better for your next Overlanding trip…
 
On this week's episode, I'm talking through a topic that came up on the Patreon page last week (here's a link if you want to come hang out over there! https://www.patreon.com/allthingsoverlanding). People said they wanted to hear more about weekend warrior style Overlanding and how to get into it as cheaply as possible. So, I'm going to talk throug…
 
On this week's episode, I was fortunate enough to chat with Dave Newey from Atlantic British about their company history, their Land Rover parts kits, their newer Overlanding gear section, and more! I had a lot of fun talking with Dave and think you'll enjoy the interview. To learn more about Atlantic British, check out the links below! Facebook-ht…
 
On this episode of the podcast/vlog, I'm talking through some tips for people wanting to record their Overland adventures. I didn't start my YouTube channel to try to turn it into a big thing, but rather to record trips to share with family and friends. Over the last couple of years, I've learned a ton about the basics of recording my trips and how…
 
I'm super excited about today's interview because I was lucky enough to connect with Eva Rupert from Overland Expo (yes, that Overland Expo). They have a newer event called Overland Expo Mountain West that is happening at the end of August, so check out the links below to learn more about it! Eva was awesome and has tons of two and four wheel seat …
 
On this week's episode, I'm talking with Will from Venture2Roam again. We're running through our top few picks for Overlanding YouTube channels and talking about why we love them. Listen in for some recommendations and ideas for who to check out! Also, listed below are links to their channels if you want to subscribe! Fletch's picks: Ozark Overland…
 
First of all, let me apologize because while editing, I noticed that there are a couple of small spots where the internet connection wasn't cooperating. I edited out as many of the bad ones as possible, but there are a couple of jitters. A special thanks to subscriber ahoward2kable for the request/suggestion for this episode. Will from Venture2Roam…
 
As I was leaving the woods from a 3 day, 2 night camping trip with my 8 year old, we both realized that we needed to take a shower. That got me thinking again about options for doing that while camping. I've looked into a lot of options and I've got some thoughts/opinions on them all so I wanted to quickly talk through those options. As always, I'd…
 
Before anyone freaks out. No, nothing is wrong with the Xterra, but it is getting up there in age and mileage, so with a friend recently picking up a new rig and being super excited, plus starting to mod that, it made me think about what I would do if the Xterra died tomorrow. So, watch along and post up in the comments below with your thoughts. Wh…
 
This episode was a little tough for me. If you weren't aware, my Dad passed away about a month ago. It was pretty tough news to get and it's taken me some time to wrap my head around it, but the more that I think about it and the legacy he left behind, the more it made me realize just exactly why I spend so much time trying to teach my kids about t…
 
You may have heard me say that I'm terrible at navigation. That's not really something that you want to admit to as an "Overlander," but it's true for me. However, I'm working to get better and the first step towards that is picking up Gaia GPS. I've used Google Maps for quite a while now, but the downside is that they become almost useless when th…
 
On this week's episode of the podcast/vlog, I've been going through a bit of withdraw since I haven't been able to go on a trip for a while now. So, I've been thinking a lot about an upcoming trip in a couple of weeks. That gave me the idea for this vlog, which is what makes Overlanding so special and what I look forward to when prepping for future…
 
On this episode of the podcast/vlog, I've got a special guest. Will from Venture2Roam (a great YouTube channel). We're probably going to do more of these so I hope you enjoy! This week, we're talking about our best and worst dispersed camping spots that we've ever had. Also, we talk through how we find our spots so you'll get multiple perspectives …
 
On this episode, I'm going to be talking about a few ways that I've come across issues that required creative inventions in order to solve for them. I think this will be helpful to get your creative juices flowing for how to improve your own setup without spending a ton of money on expensive gear. If you're cheap like me or just like engineering yo…
 
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