Thank you for visiting my new Internet site, where I will share stories and tips about my Land Rover and off-roading trips.
This site previously was linked to my business, which had to change names (I honestly didn't know "Rover" was a trademarked word). The business is still active, and if your looking for it you can find it, just swap in "British" instead.
A little about myself. I'm Jeff, a long time Land Rover owner. Having owned probably over 10 different Rovers in the last decade I've learned a lot about their idiosyncrasies. BTW, I currently have 3. A 1994 D90 that is mildly built for trails and adventure trips, a 1998 4.6L RR that is my primary wheeling truck, and a 2006 LR3 that is my daily driver which also gets out on the easier trails as I am still trying to keep it unmolested. That knowledge and my inclination to push my vehicle's limits off road have given me an insight and understanding of the vehicles that few others have. Of course, I'm into more than just Land Rovers and I will be sharing stories about those things as well. Be it my recent foray into the world of motorcycles, or long held hobbies such as mountain biking, camping, or even Roleplaying games (yup I'm a D&D'er from ages past).
Regarding Land Rovers, I've been a member of Colorado's Land Rover club the Solihull Society for many years now. It's been a great place to meet fellow enthusiasts, run trails together, share information on their club forum, and be a part of the Land Rover National Rally which they have hosted since 1990.
Here's a pic of my LR3 before I purchased it from another Solihull club member. The picture was taken on Wheeler Lake, just south of Breckenridge, CO. It's one of my favorite trails for it's combination of scenery, and optional obstacles. Without a doubt, the LR3 is an exceptionally capable off roader in the right hands. Here Dave shows what patience and careful driving can accomplish. Other than slightly over sized tires and rock sliders, the truck is entirely stock.