Our Rigs

The Earthcruiser (Sunny)

  • Vehicle: 2007 Mitsubishi Fuso FG4X4
  • Camper: 2016 Earthcruiser FX
  • Built by: Earthcruiser
  • Dates: November 2022 - Today

Shortly after we sold Chemin Blanc, we acquired this older expedition truck. It was kind of unexpected as we were planning to buy a rig in Europe.

We will update this page, and share our thoughts about it after a couple months of full time travel.

Chemin Blanc V2

To learn more about why we sold our Camp-X to replace it with the Camp-HBE, read this post.

You can also read how we installed Starlink RV permanently into the HBE with this post.

Chemin Blanc was also posted for sale on September 2022. Check out this post to read the complete listing.

The Truck
  • 6.7-Liter Heavy Duty V8 Hemi with MDS
  • American Expedition Vehicles Prospector package including the AEV 3” DualSport RT Suspension
  • AEV HD Ram front bumper with Warn 16.5Ti-S Winch
  • Custom Arizona Desert Shocks
  • Dayton CargoMaxx HD rear coils (+35% capacity)
  • Firestone airbags
  • Hellwig Big Wig rear and front swaybars
  • BFG KO2 37”
The Camper
  • Auto roof lifting system
  • Water filtration system from Guzzle H2O
  • 400 watts of solar with 200 amp hour of lithium batteries
  • 1800 watt Xantrex inverter
  • Redarc manager 30
  • Roof rack
  • Fiamma awning
  • Four person dinette that folds in to full size bed
  • Rear MOLLE rack with tire carrier and storage box from Backwoods Adventure
  • WeBoost cell phone amplifier

Chemin Blanc V1

To learn more about our process buying and building this truck, go read this post.

Petit Blanc

  • Vehicle: 2019 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off-Road Premium
  • Rooftop tent: Eezi-Awn Stealth then GFC Platform RTT
  • Built by: Northridge 4x4, Equipt1, and Go Fast Campers
  • Dates: November 2018 - November 2020

Immediately after moving to Utah in 2018, we rented a Tacoma for a few months but decided a 4Runner would be a better option for us. So we bought one and started building it, making many mistakes along the way. This truck was so fun to drive and took us to some of the most remote places of the south west. But after two years of ownership, we decided we wanted more living space to support our travel lifestyle so we started trying other options (van, camper, etc..). We ultimately decided a Land Cruiser Troop Carrier would be the perfect vehicle for our travel plans. So why do we drive a RAM truck instead? That’s story for an another day…

  • ARB Skid Plates
  • Expedition One Rear bumper with dual swing out and accessories
  • Custom ICON Stage 2 Suspension System for long travel
Wheels and Tires
  • Stealth Matte Gunmetal from Stealth Custom Series
  • BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 285/70R17 (33”)
  • ARB Safari snorkel
  • ARB Twin Compressor mounted under the hood on a Rago Fabrication mount
  • TRD Pro package (front valance + grille)
  • Black black emblems
Camping and Interior
  • GFC Rooftop tent
  • Eezi-Awn Shift Awning
  • Goosegear complete Sleep platform (seat delete)
  • Goosegear CampKitchen 2.4
  • Complete Rago Fabrication side panel + shelf storage system
  • Dometic fridge CFX35W
  • Dometic battery PLB40
  • OverlandSolar Bugout Solar Charger


We have been interested into vehicle supported travel for a little while, and have been road tripping and car camping almost everywhere in the United States, as well as in many foreign countries. We owned, borrowed and rented many different rigs and motorcycles over the years but also visited several builders across the US and in Europe.