Sharing my adventures
Overlanding alone as a woman is not an easy task, searching for safe campgrounds, avoiding lonely roads or just parking on the beach for a coffee. Hopefully through my experiences and my knowledge I can not only inspire other women, but share what I learn along the way and the locations I discover on the road.
From my Blog
On a daily basis I get messages both on Facebook and Instagram about my travels, my setup, my camping days, even stuff like “how do you pee"?”, or “why don’t you find a boyfriend to camp with”? So here go my stories, from silly videos I put together to info on my truck, the gear I use, the places I visit and the stuff I eat. Because things are always better when shared!
A WEEK WITH WOMEN OVERLANDING THE WORLD
On the week of March 18th I accompanied the Women Overlanding the World team to pre-route and test their overlanding retreat for May, it was exceptional to share a few days with them, on the road…
INTERVIEW - OVERLAND KITTED
Rica. Some days I feel like my story is so small, me and my truck, trying to go places, exploring new destinations, revisiting old ones, finding safe camping spots. Gets old to me but I guess somehow it inspires other people.
A RECAP OF OUR LATEST ADVENTURES (VIDEO)
It’s been 3 months now that I’ve really been able to break in my camper - between Christmas, traveling, life & work I just couldn’t find the time to get out for more than just a weekend!
Tips & locations
Finding campgrounds and locations to camp alone is no easy feat, many times I camp with friends but I always get messages and comments asking for tips. I will do my best to share locations that I believe are safe-r for women and hopefully a tip to two about how I camp, cook & spend my time on the road.