January 27, 2014

About Okierover

Me

Once upon a time, I was an artilleryman in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. I made it to Corporal (E-4) before I met my future wife. I’m a husband, dad to 3 great adults, and PawPaw to 4 (so  far). I dabble in the day hours in business analysis and project management. I haven’t aspired to be much in life beyond all that. That’s probably a good thing, because all that consumes my every waking thought.

This blog is about my ownership of a Land Rover while living here in Oklahoma. I also occasionally blog about overlanding, camping, living history, Oklahoma’s freakish weather, family, and sometimes even sports. My aim is to entertain and instruct when possible. I learned all I know from someone else and love to share what I learn to pay that forward.

I encourage you to comment or you can contact me by email at okierover @ gmail dot com or at the social media site links found on the blog.

Thanks for reading and Happy Rovering.

4 thoughts on “About Okierover

  • Hey Okierover, Any luck with the Swing-away tire carrier? I have a 92 SWB that I’m re-building for adventures here in California and have had no luck with finding a tire carrier to my liking and have looked at the very one you reference from http://www.rockrover.com/. Anyhow, keep on keeping on and keep up the writing!

    • I haven’t. I’m about half convinced to make my own. The Evil German Dude had some great ideas on design. Just need to get some funds together. Thanks for reading.

  • hi, just discoverd your site , as i was having the dreaded heater blower motor attack, not fixed yet but your tutorial was a god send , thanks very much, i will be visiting your site more often now, i ve found it, and recommending it to others, its great thanks for your effort. im in england i have a 200tdi 1993 rangie, 3/4 restored, had it for years ,and will never sell it ever, my kids might after im gone though,hope not. or ill come back and haunt them. all the best ric lopez.

    • Thanks for the kind words.
      I feel the same way about mine.
      How does that 200tdi do getting your girl up and down the road? At some point I want to swap.
      Cheers Eric

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