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. And 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).
Our first off-roading website was Jeepsies. We 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.
We have three subcategories you may be interested in:
- Off-roading Trails explains the Jeep Badge of Honor program and includes reviews of some of our favorite routes
- Jeep Life features the most popular articles on our blog, like instructions for getting your factory Jeep build sheet
- Go Prepared includes gear guides, club info, and other resources
Jeep Lovers Gift Guide
If you have a Jeeper in your life and you’re looking for the perfect Christmas gift for him or her, then you’ve come to the right place! True Jeep lovers
Midland GMRS MXT400 MicroMobile Install Guide
GMRS seems to be the communication method of choice for most off-road enthusiasts these days. If you’re going the GMRS route, then our pick for the GMRS addition to your
Jeep Badge of Honor Trails We’ve Conquered
Many of our readers know we enjoy tackling Jeep Badge of Honor trails as we travel full-time around the nation. Contained in this article is not just a list, but
Jeep Badge of Honor Trail Review: South Marble Head Loop
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
What’s Going on With the New Jeep Badge of Honor Design?
The new Jeep Badge of Honor badge design is out. And like anything new, there’s a bit of controversy in the Jeep community regarding the change. If you aren’t familiar
Montana Back Roads 4×4 Club: A Family-friendly Club
The Montana Back Roads 4×4 Club is arguably the friendliest bunch of off-road enthusiasts I haven’t even met! This year in 2019 (our sixth year of fulltime travel), we’re doing
Cedar Tree Trail a Jeep Badge Of Honor
Ready to test your off-road skills on Cedar Tree? Strap in and let’s get going. Welcome to my review of the Jeep Badge of Honor Trail called Cedar Tree. Cedar
Off-road Adventures Through Big Bend National Park
Even though Texas is our home base, we didn’t visit Big Bend National Park (one of only two national parks in the giant state of Texas) until this year. Our