Overland the Americas

Overland the Americas

Tell us your name(s), where you’re from and how long you’ve been on the road: Taisa is from New Jersey and Ernesto is from Merida, Venezuela. We have called Seattle, Washington, home for the last 14 years. We have been on the road 2 years in July! Visit Overland the Americas’ website What is the ...

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Our Wandering Rhythm

We met Tricia and Cody in March of 2016 when we all happened to be visiting Austin, Texas. They’re a couple enamored with life on the road and with each other. Like other overlanders, they’ve met the challenges of living on the road head on with the necessary can-do spirit that seems to inhabit all ...

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Cherohala Skyway and Beyond

It was autumn in the Southeast, warm but the breeze carried a current of cool air, crisp enough to remind me that soon I’d need to start taking allergy meds for the ragweed that was sure to begin blooming any day now. An alert came across my phone from Instagram. Direct message from OwenC. He ...

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E05: Perspective is Key

We set out to live on the road to challenge ourselves and to grow from the experiences we’d be sure to encounter. The build on our Syncro tested us in ways we never thought possible. In this video we share a piece of one those experiences and what came of our time getting the transmission ...

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Wandrly

Wandrly have always been an inspiration to us. When you see an entire family on the road making it happen, you stop, listen and learn. We sent them some interview questions some months ago and they were kind enough to provide us with some wildly entertaining answers....

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Bound for Nowhere

We first met Mak and Owen at a coffee shop in Atlanta. They had reached out to us on Instagram to pick our brains about running a design business from the road and about the ins-and-outs of vanlife. We became fast friends and have gone on many an adventure since. When this interview was conducted, ...

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Buying a Vanagon: Part II

Falkor, our 2wd Vanagon, started out as a seven-passenger, non-camper, tin-top model that we purchased for $5k. After a few months living in the van as a tin-top we decided to put a high-top on him and it changed the game forever. Our advice to anyone looking to live in a Vanagon is to buy the cheapest, non-rusty tin-top model they can find and add a high top....

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VW Vanagon High Top

Volkswagen Vanagon for Sale: Sold

In 2015 we attended two Overland events: The Overland Expo in Flagstaff, Arizona and the Northwest Overland Rally in Washington State. There we met other overlanders, some who had been on the road for over a decade living a life filled with adventure, experiences, and new friendships. After seeing multiple presentations by these people, seeing ...

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