Adventure Team
Challenge 2002

Africa 03 Journal

Africa: Kalahari

Africa Overland


Central Africa


Botswana and South Africa


Behind the Rocks

Belize 2004

Bill Burke Trail Leader Training

Black Bear Pass

Black Dragon Canyon

Blanca Peak

Camel Trophy

Chinaman's Gulch

Clayton, OK

Colorado State Forest

Dome Plateau

Eastnor Castle

Ellis Jeep Trail

Engineer Pass

Expedition Portal

Fins N' Things

Ft. Hood, Texas

Green Ridge Trail

Hackett Gulch

Hackett Gulch 2

Hackett Gulch 3

Hellroaring Rim/ Gemini Bridges

Hole in the Rock

Holy Cross Trail


Ice Racing

Indian Peaks

Klondike Bluffs

La Ruta Maya

Leadville Mining

Long Way Home

Moab Spring '01

Moab Labor Day

Mosquito Pass

Mount Antero

National Rally 99

National Rally 01

National Rally 02

National Rally 04

National Rally 06

National Rally 08

Off-Road Impact

Onion Creek

Outback Challenge Morocco

Overland Expo 09

Overland Expo 10

Pinatubo, Phillipines

Poison Spider Mesa


Radical Hill, CO

Red Cone Peak

SEMA 2004

SEMA 2008

SEMA 2009


Drive to SEMA

At the Show

Top of the World

Twist Off 1999

Twist Off 2001

Venezuela '03

White Rim Trail

Yellowstone NP




Biosphere 110

Chris Tullmann

Craig Jones

Dan Cronin

Dustin Hindman

Firetruck D90

AEV J8 Sarge

Joshua White

Nathan Hindman

Patrick Scranton

Rover Tracks

Stuart Nance



London, England to Cape town, South Africa
part 3- Angola and Namibia

Photos by Graham Jackson and Witt Sparks


1 - USA, England to Mauritania

2 - Mali to Congo

3 - Angola & Namibia

4 - Botswana & South Africa


Angola is a war torn country in southwestern central Africa. This former Portugese colony recently emerged from a brutal 27 year civil war. The war left destroyed both the economy and infrastructure of the country. The water runoff from the mountains in Angloa feeds the world famous Okavango Delta in Botswana.

The expedition was one of the first tourist groups to travel through this country since its long and violent civil war.


Namibia is a former German colony on the western coast of southern Africa. The country is home to some of the most productive diamond mines in the world. Its name comes from the Namib desert, which is believed to be the oldest desert in the world, dating back over 55 million years. Despite the arid enviroment, this country is still home to some of the best game viewing on the African continent. Most of the major species of animals can be seen here along with a unique subspecies of desert elephant.









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