“Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt.”
John Muir

A topless Jeep CJ5, beach volleyball groupies and a monkey…

Ah, the memories of my misspent youth (buy me a drink and I’ll tell you about the monkey).  I’m now retired and the only groupies I have are little old ladies in the bridge club.  I do though have a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon JLU and spend as much time off-roading as possible.  When I’m not hitting the dirt I’m busy bringing you a variety of content.  Including interviews with industry experts–and unlike some websites (cough, litebrite, cough) there’s no charge here–trip reports, off-road gear and equipment reviews, Jeep modification and maintenance, trail information, editorials and much more.

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