Phillip's photos from Thrill on the Hill are amazing!
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The FJ Summit is no longer just for FJ Cruisers, that’s for sure and it was a great event as usual. Attendance, enthusiasm, and the number of beautiful rigs were at an all time high. I love the fact that, more than at any other event that I have been to, you see families hanging out and having fun together in one of the most breathtakingly beautiful places on the planet. It was a lot of fun for the kiddos to see friends that they only get to see at these events as well. The weather this year was a wild mix of beautiful sunshine to torrential downpours, with bits of hail thrown in for good measure.
There are literally hundreds of enthusiasts who’ve worked very hard to turn their passion into their job, and Clay Croft and the crew from Expedition Overland is one of the most inspiring examples I’ve seen. There has been fodder around the net about how XO is nothing more than some guys (and gals) trying to get people to pay for their adventures. While part of that statement is true, that’s certainly not the entire story. Expedition Overland is about inspiration, passion, learning, and most of all: the experiences that shape who we are as humans.
What we know about this season of Expedition Overland going in is that it’s set to cover the teams 6 week expedition to Alaska and the Yukon Territory. We know it will consist of 12 episodes, and we know it launches today. The episode opens +5 weeks into their adventure, with Clays soon-to-be legendary voiceover describing what adventure means to different people.
How can you not love an awesome time lapse video featuring Ouray, Last Dollar Road to Telluride, and Land Cruisers (a little anyway).
Thanks to Jonathan Harris for this awesome slice of heaven!
Very cool 40-series Land Cruiser, miniturized :)
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I've been an outdoor enthusiast and avid backroad driver for over 20 years.
I began by exploring Michigan’s northern forest roads as a teenager, which led to my first Jeep Cherokee when I moved to Colorado Springs in the 90's.
I saw the light in 2007 when my wife Angie & I bought our first FJ Cruiser and began exploring Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico. We started FJC Magazine in 2008 as a 'healthy way for me to deal with my addiction', followed by Tacoma Magazine in 2011.
Today we're excited to bring our son Brenden and baby girl Alana on as many adventures as possible, and we can't wait to see what the future of TCT Magazine brings.