Glen & Alana

Glen & Alana

Location: Colorado

Vehicle: 2015 Toyota 4Runner

iKamper Gear: Skycamp 2.0

Lifestyle: Overlanders, fly fishers, filmmakers, dog & cat parents!

Biggest Pro Tip: Always keep a spare key for the iKamper! We have had plenty of cold nights sleeping in the back of the truck because we forgot to pack the keys!

What's your dream trip? We want to fly our 4Runner across the sea and overland across Europe!

Favorite Go-To Camping Meal: Definitely carne asada and shrimp tacos over the fire with a homemade chimichurri! That is always the first meal we make on the road.

Where could we find you on your day off? Fly fishing somewhere in the woods or taking Tucker (our pup) on a hike!

Life Motto: Put in the hours.

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We are a husband and wife based out of Denver, Colorado who are extremely passionate about the outdoors. We run our own production company based out of Colorado and spend about 7 months on the road with our Skycamp 2.0 on our 4 Runner. We love traveling and overlanding has opened so many doors for us to travel not just by plane or boat! 

How has iKamper changed the way you think about adventure?  We can go anywhere, anytime. Before having the iKamper, we were always worried about which hotel or airbnb we were planning on staying in for the night. With the iKamper, we can go anywhere and sleep anywhere without paying crazy fees and we get to see places that we wouldn't have previously!

Best/Worst Camping Story: So for the past five years, we have been driving from Colorado to Alaska. We take a couple months off and see our friends and family along the way. And back in 2017, our second year driving up there, we picked up our friends to join us for a portion of the trip! We were camping in the middle of nowhere Alaska. And we mean no where. Nearest gas station was 100 miles away. We had a fun night with a bonfire, cooking good food and just generally hanging out. Went to bed with no concerns but when we woke up, packed our stuff and wanted to head out, the car didn't start! Apparently our friend forgot to close the door all the way so the light didn't turn off in the cab. Our battery had died! We spent the next two hours trying to figure out our way out when we spotted an RV about 1/4 mile from us. Turns out, this older gentleman was searching for Chaga Mushrooms in the AK wilderness and had just happened to park nearby! He jumped our truck and we were back on the road. He was a godsend and we often think about how lucky we were that he was there that cold morning. 

Our TED Talk would be about:  Definitely camping with dogs and cats. We feel like we have mastered the art!

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