Mar 18

Hello from Sammamish

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Hi all,

 

New member here from Sammamish. A little over a year into overlanding 'officially' and had an opportunity to meet several Northwest Overland Society members at NWOR, a Mule snow outing this past winter and the recent Ham classes.

 

My rig is a 2017 F150 and my daily driver. Not your typical overlanding rig (Taco, 4Runner, Jeep, etc.) but it gets the job done. Last summers project was fabricating a removable rack system for the tent, recovery gear, etc. Fun welding and fabricating project and turned out pretty decent.

 

Look forward to meeting more members in the coming months! Always eager to get out on the trail.

 

-Matt

 

 

 

 

Anyone with welding and fabricating skills is more than welcome here!

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