Off-Grid Toyota Tundra Truck Camping Adventure - New Mexico Road Trip - Part 1

  • Published on: 22 April 2021
  • This episode marks the beginning of Susie and I's Epic 2021 Road Trip to the New Mexico and Utah Desert.

    In Part 1 we drive across the country in our 2011 Tundra and camp in a variety of places along the way.

    Part 2 will be our backpacking adventure in the Badlands of New Mexico; No Trails, No People, just Susie and I in a beautiful but brutal landscape.

    In Part 3 Susie and I head to Utah to explore the Valley of the Gods and camp on the edge of a cliff...

    Part 4 is the final part to our adventure and is our drive home while camping on Rt 66 and more.

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  • Ding Ding
    Ding Ding   1 years ago

    He can create shelters out of nothing, but can't open half a banana๐Ÿคฃ

  • Charles Boullt
    Charles Boullt   1 months ago

    Would like to know how you deal with clean up and what do you do with pets when going out on an extended road trip๐Ÿค 

  • Kenny 42
    Kenny 42   3 months ago

    Luke is like I am not going on no airplane well Suzy should do what they did to BA on the a team . And excellent video looked amazing

  • Christina Alameda
    Christina Alameda   4 months ago

    Thank You luke and Susie, .LOVE and GOD BLESS You ALOHA Always Sister Chrissy Honolulu Hi ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’™

  • john smith
    john smith   4 months ago

    your final destination is ceetery

  • Alexander Arriaga
    Alexander Arriaga   5 months ago

    I wish they had a bed topper that took advantage of the full roll down window on the tundras, so you could access the cab of the truck from inside. Perhaps a custom foam insert to fill in the gap between the cab and topper around the opening so you could leave the window open and use the vehicle climate control for both spaces. Great video!

  • M. Wade
    M. Wade   6 months ago

    Just started following. Like the content for sure. Not to compete at all, but how would a person start such an excursion. Testing equipment or getting into this! Really a prospective idea! Thank you!

  • Jean May
    Jean May   7 months ago

    Great destinations, yes we were in lock down. Jean from Devon United Kingdom ๐Ÿ‘

  • Grumpy Mike Guitar
    Grumpy Mike Guitar   9 months ago

    Hazard lights should only be used when stationary. They are not mentioned to be used while driving. It is a common mistake.

  • rottvang
    rottvang   9 months ago

    It's all coming out. It was the car. So who owns the Tundra ๐Ÿค”

  • DerAlbi
    DerAlbi   9 months ago

    Complains about loud streets, parties about his new loud exhaust. The American dream..Why, just why. Loud is not a sign of anything good. "Loud" on an combustion engine is the norm. Actual engineering quality would be to make something like this silent. Everything is wrong with this selfsh trend. No one is interested in you informing your surrounding that you press the pedal. No one. Neither are you when you have to endure others. Think.

  • Jody Free
    Jody Free   10 months ago

    Got a good woman. Lucky ๐Ÿ€ man

  • Jody Free
    Jody Free   10 months ago


  • Aiza Toquero
    Aiza Toquero   10 months ago

    because of u guys I inspired to do more different adventures ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ

  • Raising 3 Boys
    Raising 3 Boys   10 months ago

    31:41 Totally agree. Like this one time, I was in New Mexico and saw this lady making lunch while on the toilet. It was "Freaking Awsome"!

  • C Robinson
    C Robinson   10 months ago

    Great video as usual. Been to NM once. Spent 2 weeks there. Couldnโ€™t breath. Felt like I had 50 lbs of dirt in my lungs. Took months to recover. Beautiful though.

    JOHN DORAZIO SR   10 months ago

    !!!!!!!!!! COOL > ON MY 67th BIRTHDAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOT OLD >> YOUNG !!!!!!!!!!!! HHOOAAHH !!!!!!!!! (LAST YEAR AT 66 > TURNED THE NUMBERS AROUND = 99!!!!!!!!! THIS YEAR AT 67 = TURNED AROUND AT 76 ) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LMAO HAVE TO HAVE A GOOD STRANGE SENSE OF HUMOR THAT HELPS ME TO KEEP GOING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • brian anhaiser jr.
    brian anhaiser jr.   10 months ago

    that little truck looks like a dodge hard to tell, regardless having the back down and front up on suspension is called " squattin " and kids think it's cool now apparently they also do the stupid tennis balls. looks like garbage but it's here in MS too. anyone reading this just lift your truck a bit don't do this.

  • himssendol
    himssendol   11 months ago

    11:50 Add 1 stick and 100ml water. Or 2 sticks to 3/4 cup water.

  • Volta Chik
    Volta Chik   11 months ago

    Her look when you said "I snuck a lot of people out in the trunk." HaHaHa! uh oh! 16:15

  • Ong WC
    Ong WC   12 months ago

    The place I living now, Malaysia is also seeing a surge of sudden interest of camping and outdoor activity. Me including. And I think once my country open up and back to normal again (probably 2022) I think all the camping sites will be filled to the brink. Happy camping everyone..greeting from Malaysia.

  • Nancy Gregg Pasiecznik

    I envy your ability to take off for an adventure; you definitely had one! I especially enjoyed seeing you and Susie together and the rapport you two have. You reminded me of my husband and I on our short room trips. I have a few questions. What is the company that made the air mattress you used in the bed of your truck? I also admired the collapsible cooking pot you used. What company makes it, and where can I get one like it? Does the truck's bed cover come off to give you an open bed truck? I ask because I have seen a tent for the bed of a truck advertised online and in Cabella's; I would love to see it reviewed. I have a Ford F150; with a tent on it, I could go anywhere!

  • David Home
    David Home   1 years ago

    Why arenโ€™t you the captain?

  • Al Garay
    Al Garay   1 years ago

    Peace and quiet - go to Wyoming Grand Teton and Idaho.

    MEREDITH CARR   1 years ago

    I would suggest getting a BED RUG __ it is a padded bed liner which will help keep you warmer in winter and lower the noise. The good part about them you can power wash them off and they are super easy to clean. They are around $ 500 or so last time I checked.

  • Jesse Saxon
    Jesse Saxon   1 years ago

    Chick-fil-a Mayo is the best. Always enjoy your road trips!

  • Wanderkalli
    Wanderkalli   1 years ago

    The next great Video! Iยดm lucky to see so much from the USA in this way. As you arrived New Mexico i must think again how old are many parts of geological there. Have a good time! Kalli

  • Matt Jason
    Matt Jason   1 years ago

    To funny really enjoying your storys and your channel, good luck God bless

  • Big G
    Big G   1 years ago

    Bo wonder covid us ot control there. Crazy

  • sethious1
    sethious1   1 years ago

    Least he's not drinking tasters nasty lol

  • Nathan Robledo
    Nathan Robledo   1 years ago

    How many miles are you comfortable driving everyday?

  • Justin Lane
    Justin Lane   1 years ago

    Itโ€™s so wild to see my favorite YouTuber pass through and see things I see everyday. From the clip of driving through Knoxville (which is were I live) to the first rest stop you was at, I recognize so many things and again, itโ€™s so odd to see a youtuber that I have been watching for years be so close to my home! If it wasnt for covid, Iโ€™d definitely attend a meet and greet. Stay safe out there Luke! Much love