Julianna is quite possibly the coolest person we’ve seen living alternatively! Her energy is contagious, and her willingness to travel solo in her off-road Toyota FJ Cruiser is an inspiration.
Everything she needs is packed into her car, including an impressive amount of food. She has a “coffin” bed that folds down at night, complete with eight pillows to keep her comfortable. Don’t miss this great tour below!
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Full-Time Overlanding in her FJ Cruiser
Her 360-degree awning provides shelter from rain and sun.
She has the Jeep packed full of food and supplies!
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A Toyota Land Cruiser is NOT a Jeep. Two different manufacturers and model names, and the Landcruiser is far superior.
Well, while Jeep has become a brand name distinct from other brands, the word is still associated by many around the world with the original general purpose 4 wheel drive vehicle from WWII that first popularized the name and consequently is associated with all vehicles that it later inspired, including the Toyota Land Cruiser…
It’s just one of many examples where people just tend to call a product by the name that first popularized it, even if that name no longer applies to the specific product…
Agree with you Liz