Cell phone signal is both a blessing and a curse. Karissa and I play this delicate dance of needing it, and also wanting to get away from it whenever we’re on the road. It’s an addictive drug. You always feed the need as long as its there. If it’s no longer available, the need subsides, but the itch lingers. We’ve found out that on the third day without signal, you literally just stop giving effs. That feeling is incredible.
But due to the nature of our work, we very much need to have signal every few days; emails, scheduling, phone-in meetings, etc.
We recently installed the @weboost Drive Reach cell booster in hopes that it would stretch signal to where ever we camp so we don’t need to go into town to work.
In short, it helps. But don’t expect it to create wine from water. As long there’s some signal, it’ll amplify. If you have nothing, then it has nothing to boost.
Overall, we’ve had less dropped calls and steadier data. We like that.
1,7522818 hours ago
Tried my best to avoid taking photos in the back and looking less wintery, all in an attempt for a new profile photo... failed at both those things 😂 but at least Bonny Lad succeeded the #landroversmile 😊
Sweet camp spots, rig pics and evenings by the lake (mostly evenings at the lake) are back for the next couple months and I'm okay with that | Canon 5dmkii 50mm f/1.8 | #ToyotaPacific#lakedays#glamping#overland
705 hours ago
Another novelty in our offer - 'Boar' men's shirt with embroidered boar silhouette on the pocket.
This trip has been all kinds of magic ✨Exmouth won us over with their idyllic water, soft rolling sand dunes 🌾and a ridiculously cool National Park. This is Cape Range where our sun drenched boy enjoyed his solar shower from @oztrailaustralia before eating his beach tacos as the sun said goodnight ☀️✌️
183305 hours ago
Throwback. This time last year exploring Red Rocks and the seal colony’s.
PART 1 “Now then young Philip it’s your first days training and we going to ease in gently with bit of water wading” says Bluey “Scary!..” “Don’t be silly Philip it’s only water you’ll have get uses to it 95% of the time in Lake District is rainy season” Bluey said with smile
Bluey been Cumbrian Lad knew how wet the Lake District can get in flick of a switch from the big Land Rover in the sky. “Right follow me Philip I’ll lead you to the first location of training”