I have done about 140'000 kilometers with the Toyota since I left the home of my friends in New Jersey and started off to my trip of the Americas.
When ever the odometer counted another 1'000 kilometers...
...I have pulled out my camera and took a picture. Independent from where it was, whether raining or sunny, nice or ugly, city or country. Out of all those pictures I have created THIS photo gallery, still growing. The Toyota itself is soon celebrating it's quarter milion kilometer, however as mentioned above, it had already some 100'000 k's on the meter when I started off.
Finally. Meet new Roadies! The almost most popular page on my blog has received an up-date. A long overdue up-date, I have to admit. But now since it is here, don't wait any longer and meet some of the coolest folks on the road: Right HERE!
Here comes one for my overlanding friends that are travelling even more basic than I do. Like Brenton & Shannon or Laura & James for example. It does not need a lot of space to carry your camping gear.
This was 2006 when I lived in Texas. I must admit though: That had nothing to do with overlanding. A weekend trip that was. But at least all the camping gear plus hiking boots and a little back pack did fit in the nearly non-existing trunk of my Caterham Super 7. I got pulled over by the cops just twice, didn't get a ticket though.
O.k., o.k., back to the real thing and the story of this blog: Much more overlanding kind of stuff and if you want to see Camping pictures of the blue truck on my trip on the Americas you'd best check out the following LINK. (To be updated real soon).