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This is the only magazine I subscribe to.
I thought you were at least a contributing writer??


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I at first read the body and thought who the heck writes an authoritative/essential guuide...then noticed it was you, Teri-Ann! Have extensively read your written word in e-form, you do indeed have the background!

That said, the wife and I do not read magazines. (Ok, we get some NRA rag because of life member status, and the kids gor her Runner's World or something for Christmas.)

We get the vast majority of our media from the net. I do subscribe to OutdoorX4 online, and will probably cave soon and do the O-J. But like what works of yours I read, we read travel blogs, this forum, ExPortal, DefenderNet, LRO Online, etc.

It was a goofy "sold all our stuff for a 6 month trip 3 years ago" blog that got us into overlanding.

We did pick up the latest NatGeo with the Yellowstone content. Awesome.

I would implore you to also publish an e-book, I believe it is fairly easy either with Amazon or others.
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BMWMOA = BMW Motorcycle Owners Association
Thanks for decoding that. Motorcycle magazines would not work. The book is for vehicles with 4 or more wheels. I don't know anything about overlanding on a motorcycle.

The cat fancy magazine would not work either. I'm allergic to cats.

But there are some suggestions that I had not thought of that might be good places for a review.
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I at first read the body and thought who the heck writes an authoritative/essential guide...then noticed it was you, Teri-Ann! Have extensively read your written word in e-form, you do indeed have the background!
Thanks for the positive reference. Here is the about the author page:

"TeriAnn has spent over 38 years exploring North America in her 1960 Land Rover Dormobile. Shunning rigidly planned routes she navigates mostly by whim where destinations are optional and not necessarily desirable. During her decades of traveling she has developed a strong bond with the land that includes a “do no harm” traveling ethic. This includes respecting historic artifacts, native cultures, and a “leave no trace behind” style of travel and camping that minimally affects the plants and animals that call the places she travels home.

Having worked in the field of product safety for 12 years, first at Underwriters Laboratories and then at Hewlett Packard, she constantly evaluates situations and gear in terms of being safe for their intended use. Since leaving the corporate world in the 1990s, most of her camping trips have between three weeks and three months in length. After purchasing her Land Rover in 1978, she has taken a systems approach to modifying the vehicle to best meet her long duration travel and camping needs. While TeriAnn makes her home in Flagstaff, Arizona she is often seen somewhere in North America out on a trip with her Irish Wolfhound."


“How do you describe the joy of a morning in a new place, watching the sun rise over a new natural landscape, and listening to the world around you awaken to a new dawn? Or the sense of absolute freedom gained by traveling where whim and the moment takes you, the serendipity of an unexpected view, the discovery of a clear gurgling mountain stream, the feeling of home on a rocky coast at the edge of a redwood forest. These are feelings akin to a religious revelation that I feel traveling and exploring new places on the wings of whim.”
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I would implore you to also publish an e-book, I believe it is fairly easy either with Amazon or others.
I intend to also publish the book in e-format after the print version is available. Going to an e-format would require a completely new book layout and will take a bit of time. Right now it is in a double column format with page numbers & other things that would have to go .
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