From Buffalo, NY, to Chicago, Lindsey traded in the big cities for a life on the road. Starting her overland travels with a GMC truck and an Airstream, she did a quick swap for the winter of 2018 - 19 into an EarthRoamer truck. By a stroke of pure overlanding luck, we met up with Lindsey to talk overlanding, solo female travel, mixed with all our standard questions. Lindsey is a woman with travel experience and knowledge; she is a business owner running her logistics brokerage 100% remotely from the road! There is much to learn from in her two part episode, along with a few great road stories from her many miles of overland travel.
Whether you’re single and traveling, or a family of six, be sure to listen to both episodes for a new perspective on overlanding while running a full-time business, all from an EarthRoamer truck!
Vehicle: 2006 EarthRoamer XV-LT #22
Fuel Capacity: 90 gallons / 340+ liters averaging 9 mpg
Water Capacity: 90 gallons
Filtration: EarthRoamer has a double filtration system build in
Electrical: 850 watts of solar, with a 3,000 watt inverter
Refrigerator: 8 cu. Ft. - recommending 12 volt over propane powered, for reliability.
Clothes Washing: Laundromats
Top Pieces of Overlanding Gear: Solar
Favorite Locations: Banff area in Alberta Canada, along with Revelstoke, British Columbia. In the USA - Moab Utah
Favorite Recipe: Sautéed broccoli, onions, mushrooms over quinoa with egg (hard boiled or fried).