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Nordkapp: Now That’s Done, Let’s Get the Kettle On! Four Wheeled Nomad

Nordkapp: Now That’s Done, Let’s Get the Kettle On! Four Wheeled Nomad

October 19, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments

The sea has been beating against this lump of rock for thousands of years, shaping it into the mushroom-like appearance it bestows today. It was utterly sublime, one of the most ravishing rocks I’ve ever seen.
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Jaw Dropping Detour - Finland's Brown Bears: Four Wheeled Nomad

Jaw Dropping Detour - Finland's Brown Bears: Four Wheeled Nomad

September 16, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments

Right on the edge of the Finnish Russian border, Karhu-Kuusamo Oy comprises a couple that offers bear watching out of a place called Kuusamo, the northernmost part of Finland. Protected from hunting, a magnificent number of brown bears dwell in the forest at Kuntilampi. Incredible – who knew these beasts resided on the continent?
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The Troll's Tongue: Four Wheeled Nomad

The Troll's Tongue: Four Wheeled Nomad

August 24, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments

“Get a load of that – that’s it!” I barked above the roar of blessed tourists in all shapes, sizes and ages. Best as I tried to blot them out, I zoned in on the thinning blade of rock jutting out over Hardangerfjord. It’s a sight, alright. Perhaps one of the most spectacular Norwegian destinations hiked to date, the trek to reach it was a challenging 15.3-miles long. 
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The Bolt is Guaranteed to Lift the Roof of Your Brains: Four Wheeled Nomad

The Bolt is Guaranteed to Lift the Roof of Your Brains: Four Wheeled Nomad

August 04, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments

There was nothing to lose except your footing…so the Norwegians said. The Bolt entails a 1,780-foot elevation gain, which isn’t so bad…they added.
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You’ll Be a Human Doing in Norway, Not Just a Human Being: Four Wheeled Nomad

You’ll Be a Human Doing in Norway, Not Just a Human Being: Four Wheeled Nomad

July 08, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments

Situated west of Møsvatn, we hiked the hillside draped in a green crushed velvet throw of forest and waterfalls on the plateau. To plunge in just our underwear into the gin-clear pool, the water thundering off into infinity behind us, was utterly invigorating. As was losing a layer of suncreamy sweat.

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Mega Transect Proper – The Start of Our Cape-to-Cape Expedition: Four Wheeled Nomad

Mega Transect Proper – The Start of Our Cape-to-Cape Expedition: Four Wheeled Nomad

June 15, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments

Norway is at least twice the length of the UK but with only 8 per cent of the British population, it boasts more forest than people. The trees are so dense in huge thickets, you’ll think you’re in the Yukon. Fjords, the rain and snowfall of millennia, having helped to create some of the world’s most impressive waterfalls, slice the terrain. I wondered if we should have waited for the shoulder season. Typically, July is when Norwegians take their holiday, which coupled with the month that magnetizes tourists – attracts the international masses on a serious scale.
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Drenched in Hebridean Happiness: Four Wheeled Nomad

Drenched in Hebridean Happiness: Four Wheeled Nomad

May 26, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments

Time started to slow as we sunk into the Scottish Highlands. Easing our way back into a life on the road after a nearly five-year motorcycle jaunt up the Americas, Etive Road near Glencoe proffered a trusty camping spot in the Scottish Highlands. The onset of summer notwithstanding, Mother Nature had other ideas. Chilly by day, gusting winds and lashings of rain ensued at all hours. The elements hurled down on us, but it was an apt combination to put the rooftop tent through its paces.
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Building a Hilux from Nordkapp, Norway to Cape Town, South Africa: Four Wheeled Nomad

Building a Hilux from Nordkapp, Norway to Cape Town, South Africa: Four Wheeled Nomad

April 23, 2020 2 min read 0 Comments

Making the jump from two wheels to four was not a decision we entered upon lightly. We purchased a Toyota 4WD, guiding it through its transformation for our current expedition from Northern Norway to South Africa. I’m hoping all our efforts and choices will reap the rewards from Cape to Cape, and that the gear and aspirations on which we’ve loaded up will see us through the next leg of swapping the life conventional for the drive of a lifetime. It’s hard not to grin.
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Video Review: iKamper X-Cover Rooftop Tent Review

Video Review: iKamper X-Cover Rooftop Tent Review

April 03, 2020 0 min read 0 Comments

Watch the full review of the iKamper X-Cover - plus TIPS on an Overland Tacoma by Mike from Last Line of Defense!
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Video Review: First Look at the Skycamp Mini

Video Review: First Look at the Skycamp Mini

April 03, 2020 0 min read 0 Comments

Check out this first look at the New iKamper Skycamp Mini by Bustabeatgeorge!
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Video Review: iKamper Skycamp 2.0

Video Review: iKamper Skycamp 2.0

April 02, 2020 0 min read 0 Comments

Watch the full review of the iKamper Skycamp 2.0 Roof-Top Tent by Ben Stinnett!
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Video Review: Field Testing the SKYCAMP MINI

Video Review: Field Testing the SKYCAMP MINI

April 02, 2020 0 min read 0 Comments

Watch the full review of the iKamper Skycamp Mini by Drew Simms!
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