There's been talk of this idea for awhile now; loading up the trucks, driving to the more remote destinations of the Appalachian Mountains, fishing, skiing, biking, boating, sud sipping and enjoying the aroma of a deep fryer roasting up dinner.
Honestly, we do this shit all the time - but we had a thought, "how can we make it better?"
Why not plan out some tracks with at least 80% dirt, mud, rock, gravel, creeks, and video the whole adventure. Video the plans, mods, packing, driving, cooking; video it all - from start to finish.
Its always good to see a video of the highlights, but that just leaves you wondering, "well, how did they get there? What happened in between? How did they plan this? Do they have jobs?" True reality; how we do it and how you can do the same.
Our goal is to capture the moment; I think we'll manage that part magnificently, but we're aiming to make an impact. We're out to educate - we're out to protect the Appalachian Mountains and teach you ways you can do the same. We want people to understand the environment that surrounds them and the things we can all do to protect it. After all, we're out to protect this place for the people we leave behind.
So as plans progress and things takes off, you'll be their for the ride - I know it. Take a glimpse into the viewfinder that filmed and photographed an adventure, our environment and ways we can conserve it.
We are Mountain State Overland.