Dirt Sunrise - Overlanding Adventure

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Tim and Kelsey / @Dirtsunrise

An amazing couple who quit their jobs, sold most everything, to live in their truck “Goose”. Exploring the world from Arizona, USA through South America, one dirt mile at a time, sunrise to sunrise. A super fun couple with impressive amounts of knowledge and experience in the off-road and overlanding industry. While at the same-time, living a full time lifestyle of overland travel. 


Kelsey has been teaching at Overland Expo for the last four years, while Tim has been an Overland Expo instructor since its inception. The amount of experience between Tim and Kelsey attracted us to having them on the podcast. What we found was a fun, easy to talk to couple, who were open to sharing their experiences, stories and tips, for all overlanders to enjoy and learn from. We strongly encourage you to subscribe to their YouTube channel for some of the best documented Overland Travel on Youtube, with the same level of light humor and honest thoughts on their experiences along the way.


Be sure to listen to both Part 1 & Part 2 as we walk through in-depth details on their overall setup, favorite places visited, financing tips and dirt loads more :)

GHT Overland Podcast - Show Notes

Website: dirtsunrise.com
Instagram: instagram.com/dirtsunrise
Facebook: facebook.com/dirtsunrise
Twitter: twitter.com/DIRTSUNRISE
YouTube: youtube.com/dirtsunrise


Vehicle: 1995 Toyota Land Cruiser FZJ80
Fuel Capacity: 50 gl. (189 liters) capacity
Water Capacity: Just over 20 gl. (75 liters) capacity
Water Filtration: LifeSaver Jerry Can
Electrical: Two group 31 batteries controlled with a BatteryBrain. Using a Micro-Start mini jump starter battery as an emergency backup.  
Refrigerator: ARB 37 Quart Fridge / Freezer
Top Pieces of Gear: Capability of Goose, Fridge and Stove (two burner Partner stove with Magma pots and pans, GSI foldable nonstick pan. MSR WindBurner stove. 

Favorite Locations: Baja and Colombia

Favorite Overlanding Recipes: Curries, simple breads, pastas, rice, veggies and meats. Spices are key to keeping it “spicy” 

Overlanding Podcast w/ Dirt Sunrise

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