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To make your off-road trip even more enjoyable, consider toting along a few modern conveniences.
For some of us, the following things are on our person no matter where we’re going!
Fortunately, most of these things are small and compact and easy to transport:
- Camping gear (tent, stove, cookware, sleeping bag, air mattress, etc.)
- Cigarette plug recharger (for cell phone, camera, etc.)
- Geocaching supplies
- Hat or baseball cap
- Ice and ice chest or cooler
- Insect repellent
- Jacket (or rain/snow gear)
- Music – your favorite CDs, iPod or MP3 player
- Toilet paper
- Work coveralls
While none of these items is absolutely necessary to get you back home safely, these things will, however, make your off-road experience even more fun!
Have fun… and be safe.
Since we’ve been married, my husband and I have owned 5 Jeeps (3 Wranglers and 2 Grand Cherokees). And when we’re not driving our own Jeep, we’re usually renting one (a 4×4 Wrangler on vacation). We keep a Jeep Bucket List of places that we’d like to go next, and we're always crossing more states off our list of 'Places That We’ve Jeeped in the USA'. As our daily driver, we keep the soft top on our Jeep Wrangler year round (and the back window permanently rolled up) so the dogs can enjoy the ride. Yep… even in the winter! I've been sharing my best Jeep ideas with others by blogging full-time since 1998. When I’m not Jeeping or writing about Jeeps, you'll find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).