While sitting around having a few too many IPA's around my dining room table, we came to the realization that we hadn't set up a tent since last year in the George Washington National Forest. So what did we do? We got too many some more beer, loaded up the trucks, and dusted off the iPad to head out and run a few roads we'd been meaning to check out. Traveling from Northern … [Read more...]
Why You Should Take a Solo Trip
A few weeks back while scouting for a Summer DirtRoadTrip Camp Out location, I decided to hit the trails alone in order to be able to cover more ground and maintain a relatively flexible schedule. Remarkably, halfway through the trip I realized that I could count the amount of times I'd ventured solo into the back country on one hand. Then once I started thinking about it, I … [Read more...]
Take a Swing, Try a Hammock!
A big part of back country escapes is not only to see new sights, challenges ourselves and our vehicles - but also to have a little downtime and relax at the campsite. There are few things in the world that conjure images of relaxation quite like a hammock (queue the Corona commercial...) Fortunately for all of us, there are great hammock options less than $100 that help you … [Read more...]