Listen in as Jason and Chris with OX Overland detail out their epic adventure that started with a desire to explore; an idea born from a Discovery mini series called the Yukon. After two years of planning their Oregon Trail Expedition, the team of men left from their homes in Oregon for a 5,000 mile, 44 day expedition to Independence Missouri. Learn from their lessons and experiences from re-tracing the Oregon Trail. From entertaining stories to a near dead; shale rock section of the trail. Travel along in this overland podcast episode!
Guest website: https://outlawxpeditions.com
YouTube: Outlaw Xpeditions - One Lane Road
Water Capacity: 2 gallons per guy per day was the base line. Wished they had the ability to carry more. No filtration system used.
Fuel Capacity: Landcruiser 25 + 5 extra gallons / Ranger 19 + 4 extra gallons
Clothes Washing: In town when fueling up
A/C: none - many electronics burned up due to heat.
Top Two Pieces of Gear
Gear Removed (not needed)
Extra camera gear and extra clothing
Favorite Recipe (oops - least favorite)
Flat / Pita bread wraps with meat cheese and questionable mayo.
* good example of the need for meal planning.
Passing on their vast knowledge and experience to others. Providing a lifetime of survival experience to the history of the Oregon Trail re-revield through their story.
"Stop planning and go do it"
Survival Tips by Chris - Wayward Survival!
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