When we bought a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon in 2016, we threw our time and most of our money into modifying it for off-roading–and specifically for hardcore rock-crawling.
It’s hard to say our investment wasn’t worth it because we’ve gained some amazing experiences and even more amazing friends from our time off-roading. As we traveled full-time around the country, we made a point of connecting with 4×4 and Jeep clubs. Eric founded Coast Guard Jeep Club to bring Coast Guard members together on the trail (he retired in 2010 after 20 years of active duty service). And we’ve made a point of tackling Jeep Badge of Honor trails, with 12 completed so far.
Our first off-roading website was Jeepsies. We’ve shut it down to focus on our goal of driving around the world, but our best off-roading and Jeep content has been moved over to Hourless Life. We hope you enjoy learning a bit about off-roading life, and don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions if you’re just getting started.
So you want to conquer the South Marble Head Loop Jeep Badge of Honor trail? Strap in and let’s get going. South Marble Head Loop is located on Drummond Island
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