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  1. luk4mud

    Colorado and Hummer on Lockwood/Miller Jeep Trail

    Good job! I have a GMC Canyon 4x4 with no lift and street tires, would not tackle Miller in it though.
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    Garmin Delorme InReach SE

    SOLD
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    Nissan’s “Tired Old Styled “Frontier Continues to Surprise Reviewers

    Very fond of the Frontier. Looking at one for sale on CL, many of the older ones have 150k++ miles on them.
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    A Discussion of Differing Points of View: Is Jeep Leasing an Intelligent Choice or a Dumb One 🤔?

    Those are valid conclusions based upon your personal experiences. I have had just the opposite. Lease return vehicles that have been serviced at the dealer, certified used vehicles (with some caveats) are good bets in my experience. My wife and I are at a point where we can pay cash for most...
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    SOLD Solo Campfire Stove

    SOLD
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    A Discussion of Differing Points of View: Is Jeep Leasing an Intelligent Choice or a Dumb One 🤔?

    Smart money talking here. Let someone else pay for the initial depreciation, and still get a near new vehicle.
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    JLU worth car payments?

    I vote JK for several reasons. First, the early years of a new model are never desirable. Jeep quality control (and yes I own a Jeep) is certainly not the same as Toyota (own one of those too). Second, I just cant see putting a $50k+ vehicle on a black diamond trail. I own a 2006 built...
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    SOLD Solo Campfire Stove

    Bump still available
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    Garmin Delorme InReach SE

    ***SOLD**** Delorme Garmin InReach SE Full Screen Model Approx 3 years old but barely used Includes cover Only reason for sale I bought the mini version $200 shipped to ConUS From Garmin’s website: 100% global Iridium satellite coverage enables two-way text messaging from anywhere...
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    What are you using for a coffee maker and coffee brand when camping/overlanding?

    Try roasting your own, once you do, you'll never go back. Home roasted + ceramic grinder + french press = perfection.
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    Overland Expo West Rigs and trip reports

    Personally I have never been and dont have a strong desire to go. I do like looking at the pics of all the cool rigs, gadgets and whatnot. My offroad time is so limited these days that I just cant bring myself to intentionally travel to where the crowd is, though.
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    What are you using for a coffee maker and coffee brand when camping/overlanding?

    GSI french press works great https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NFGRVGC?tag=amz-mkt-chr-us-20&ascsubtag=1ba00-01000-org00-def00-other-nomod-us000-pcomp-feature-scomp-wm-5&ref=aa_scomp As for coffee, no to store bought. I buy it green and roast it. Currently drinking a Tanzanian Peaberry, dark...
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    KISS Remote Camping List

    Yeah, I am not exactly in the ultralight category, I know, but its a pretty simple approach compared to some of the very extensive set ups I see. I ran into a guy in Saline Valley a couple of weeks ago, it probably took him close to 2 hours to "set up" his camp. He had more stuff in a Land...
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    12 volt slow cooker

    Have you tried one of these? https://www.amazon.com/HotLogic-Mini-Personal-Portable-Oven/dp/B00EC7XJ28 It doesnt really "cook" anything, but does a very fine job of warming up something out of a can/ frozen dish etc. I use one quite a bit on the road. Beats a bologna sandwich.
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    DIY Discada "Skottle" Cooker $65.00

    ^^ Glad you are enjoying your Skottle and Snow Peak. They both make very fine equipment, no question. There is a place in the market for Coleman as well. For gear that I use, at best, 45 days a year and my life does not depend upon, Coleman quality is usually more than good enough. I am a...
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    DIY Discada "Skottle" Cooker $65.00

    Good find. I simply dont understand how a Skottle at $300 continues to sell. Of course, I dont get the whole Snow Peak fixation either ....
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    KISS Remote Camping List

    I guess I should provide a basic list, since I am asking others to. Sleeping: Tent cot Closed cell air mattress Coleman 10 degree bag + liner Home Depot rubber mat Comments: Until very recently I was using an Aussie swag, which worked well. Then someone lent me a tent cot, which is SOO much...
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    KISS Remote Camping List

    While I love to look at folks' camping systems, the latest gear gadgets etc, ultimately I am a huge believer in the KISS system. I would be interested in folks' lists that take a similar approach. Here are my basic principles: -Usually (meaning almost always) remote camp, no CGs, water may be...
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