Nov 14, 2018

Outdoor Enthusiast

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Hello,

I’m new to NWOL, definitely an outdoor enthusiast as I enjoy hiking, backpacking, car camping and overland adventures! I’ve got a well equipped Subaru Forester that has taken me many places and can sustain Overland Travel when the need / want arises.

I like to cook when camping and have been expanding my camp kitchen allot lately, I recently got a snow peak Iron grill table to go with my burner and BBQ and it’s been an amazing addition! I’m excited for some better weather so I can get to use it more.

I recently got me HAM radio technician License (KJ7BDK) threw the NWOL event and set up a HT in my car with external antenna.

My schedule makes it a bit difficult to make meets, but I’ll definitely try and squeeze in when I can!

 

I hope to get out more and meet more people at events and I’ll be going to the NW Overland Rally next year as well as running the WABDR next July.

I have a Facebook page and an instagram page for my Forester under @nw4xforester if you want to check it out.

hopfully I’ll be able to add some knowledge and help as a new member!

cheers and see you on the trail!

 

Welcome aboard, Jesse! Glad to have you here. There are quite a few Subi owners here, but I think the aggregate of all make and styles make this group pretty spectacular.

 

Dan

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