Overlander of the Month - Hourless Life

Overlander of the Month - Hourless Life

by Stephan Edwards

One of the most amazing aspects of overland life is getting to know other like-minded adventurers. There are so many of you out there doing incredible things on the road, and we here at Overlander want to highlight travelers that have inspired you.

Enter our first Overlander of the Month Winner.


We were overwhelmed with the nominations for February. Choosing one out of all the submissions was truly the hardest part. Meet Eric, Brittany, and their little trailblazer Caspian, also known as Hourless Life!

They have been on the road full time for 7 years now and were nominated by TJ, who is a huge fan and member of their community:

"Brittany & Eric are one of the strongest advocacy pairs I've seen out there yet, and they are continuously challenging themselves and the paradigm of overland travel, not the least amazing element of which is their current plan they are embarking upon to take a Gladiator JL into the next 10-15 years around the world while continuing to raise their recently turned 4-year old son Caspian (Little Nomad) into the next generation of adventurers and advocates for exploration, and humanity itself."

@hourlesslife Jeep Gladiator


"Constantly juggling families (older and grown children / grandchildren / parents) spread across the country, while plowing forward with multiple businesses and still living full time from their Jeep continues to inspire many a new and aged overlander alike. And their indomitable spirit mixed with genuine, honest and sincere personas (and well liked personalities), invites others into their adventure to learn, explore, share and stand up for others to actively chase their dreams and continually work to be better people and stronger families, all at once! If ever there was a candidate for Overlander(s) of the Month, these two are atop the list."


Check out their travels on Instagram @hourlesslife, and their new YouTube channel, which just launched!

From everyone at the Overlander and XO teams, huge congratulations to February's winners - Brittany, Eric, and Caspian. And, thank you TJ, for nominating them.

Let's keep the positivity going - we're now taking nominations for March! Both the winner and nominator will receive a $100 gift card and a hat from Overlander.com. Who will you nominate? Enter here.


3 Responses

David Cumming
David Cumming

January 19, 2022

I am building a Gladiator for Overlanding and I noticed that, at one point, you had an iCamper tent and now you have an AluCab Canopy Camper. Maybe it’s the other way around? Which one did you have first and why did you make the change?

Brittany Highland
Brittany Highland

April 01, 2021

Thanks so much, Anthony! Lack of space is definitely a downside to the Wrangler. You have to be honest with yourself about how you like to travel and what you want from your travels, as you pick your overlanding vehicle. Or just take what you already have, which is what we did! We are excited to build out our Gladiator starting in June. It will feature some small but significant changes to make life on the road more sustainable.

Anthony
Anthony

March 05, 2021

Congrats to the family! I’ve always been a Wrangler fan but felt it was lacking in space. I know there have been lots of options being developed. I’d love to see how the inside of the JL is setup.

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