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“Traveling overland might be the best way to experience a country like Iceland. In the summer, especially in June, constant daylight gives you the option to keep going, 24 hours a day.

In this particular instance, I was in between destinations, had been driving for 7 hours, and had no idea it was 10pm. Hit with a wave of exhaustion, I pointed the Land Rover down the next dirt road to find a place to sleep.

After I took this picture, there weren't 60 seconds before I was fast asleep - already dreaming about where I might end up tomorrow."

-Jordan Rosen @jordanrosenphotography

 
 
Gear List:

Vehicle - Land Rover Defender

Tent - Big Agnes Seedhouse 2

Dog Creek Campfire

Can’t deny the convenience that a RV brings to the table when the camping conditions are just right.

Halfway to Shasta

If you don’t mind the wintry wind chills, you’re pretty much guaranteed a campspot far away from any traffic and noise as you’re halfway up to the summit of Mt. Shasta.

Canyon Camping

The desolation of Utah backcountry rewards those who trek out far beyond paved roads.