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“Not all those who wander are lost”, by J. R. R. Tolkien.

Our goal is to travel the country, see as much of its wonders and beauty, and share them with you. While much of our travels will involve pavement to get us to our destinations, we  look forward to leaving the blacktop and hitting the back-roads, dirt road, and trails.

According to Merriam-Webster:

wan·der
/wändər/

 1  a :  to move about without a fixed course, aim, or goal
     b : to go idly about
2      :  to follow a winding course
3      :  to go astray (as from a course)

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About

We are Scott and Michelle.  We have traveled on and off our entire life and look forward to many more adventures.

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Scott

I have had a diverse career over my 40+ years. From the distinct honor of serving in the United States Marine Corps, in law enforcement as a Deputy Sheriff, and education as a Executive Director over Technology.

Each one of these careers has been a challenge, and each have built upon the other in experiences, influence, life goals, and how I view the world.

With that, I have been able to travel the world and see some places most would never plan to go to.   Now that we have a means to explore off the beaten path, that’s what this site is all about.

Me and the Jeep

Michelle

My career has provided me an opportunity to teach a multitude of adult on-line learners in technical education over a period of several decades. I am a life-long learner of technology and enjoy learning how to stay connected and be more efficient in life.

Outside the classroom, I am known as “Dora the Explorer” and get very excited when I get to experience a new adventure. I enjoy taking pictures and sharing them with my friends and family.

I have been fortunate to travel the country with Scott.  Since we started our travels, I have a new appreciation for National Parks and the beautiful scenery that God has provided for us to enjoy together. I have been amazed where a Jeep has taken us that no other vehicle can.

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“TANK 2.0”

TANK 2.0 replaces the original TANK after it’s unfortunate accident (will post on that one day).  TANK 2.0 builds on the successes and features of its predecessor.   It started life as a 2017 Wrangler Unlimited “Recon Edition” Rubicon.  The Recon edition has several upgrades over the standard Rubicon.  Some of the modifications that have been done are:

Rusty’s Long Arm Suspension
Metal Cloak 4.5″ Dual Rate Springs
Toyo MT 35×12.5OR18 Open Country Tires
Metal Moto 18″ MO961
Smitty Stinger Front Bumper
JCROffroad Rear Bumper w/ Tire Carrier
Aeries Fenders
Warn 12K Winch

 

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The “TANK”  (retired)

Our ride, aptly nicknamed “Tank”  is  a 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara Edition. Tank is actually the color designation for this model Jeep’s paint.  Some of the modifications that have been done are:

Rubicon Express 3.5″ Short Arm Suspension
Toyo MT 35×12.5OR18 Open Country Tires
Metal Moto 18″ MO961
Smitty Stinger Front Bumper
JCROffroad Rear Bumper w/ Tire Carrier
Aeries Fenders
Warn 12K Winch
Eaton Rear ELocker
Diffs regeared to 4:88
Barricade Roof Rack
Various LED Lights
Limb Risers

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We don’t post just to hear ourselves talk – we post with the hopes of interacting  with our readers.  We want others to follow in our foot steps on the road and who knows, maybe our paths cross one day.

Our absolute favorite way to hear your appreciation is a bit of interaction.

    • Comment on posts – let us know you’re reading and enjoying what we share, and join the conversation.
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