Overlanding has been around for decades, but it only recently received its very proficient name and definition. While gearing up for an overland trip, there is no doubt that planning…

Some tires are specially designed to be used on trailers. These tires include the letters “ST” in the size specification that is listed on the sidewall. The “ST” stands for…

Making and preparing food is an important part of any extended off-road trip. Conveniently storing your camping kitchen is a great skill to have when it comes to streamlining your…

There’s nothing that ruins a beautiful day out wheeling quite like a big mouthful of dirt! Dust is one of the unfortunate side effects of off-roading, and most wheelers aren’t…

“What do I do with my hands?!?” Who doesn’t remember Ricky Bobby in Taladaga Nights? What a great movie! This article isn’t about what to do with your hands while…

There are a few steps to review and remember when hooking up a trailer that are very important to a successful and safe tow.  I have even had a habit of…

A big part of every great day outdoors is getting covered in dirt! It may not be your favorite part, so we at Ladies Offroad Network encourage you to add…

IDPE = Identify, Decide, Predict and Execute While working towards my I4WDTA Certificate, Bill Burke used a few different acronyms.  One of them was IDPE when considering a offroad recovery.  The…

I was at the registration area for Tierra Del Sol (TDS) today and this sign caught my attention. It is a great and simple reminder of the core items that…

Have you ever listened to one of my Bower Power Hour shows?  If you have then you know the comedy behind the title!  At the end of each interview I…

My job is to take pictures and video in the dirt! It certainly has it’s up side, but the downside is the wear and tear on the equipment. Do you…