The Fall Issue of JPFreek Magazine is now available online with the usual great content, and I’m not just saying that because I once again contributed a story for the issue. The e-zine, which bills itself as the “North America’s First and Only Full-Digital Jeep Adventure Lifestyle Publication”, continues to offer some really great adventure stories geared for jeep enthusiasts and outdoor junkies alike.
For instance, in this issue you’ll find stories covering an overland expedition through the Scottish Highlands, kayaking in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming and Black Hills of South Dakota, and the fourth part of an ongoing series that follows a trans-continental journey from Paris to New York. The long way around, and by jeep of course. And if you check out page 30, you’ll find my story on all the adventure opportunities down under in Queensland, Australia, complete with photos from my trip there earlier this year.
The online magazine demonstrates how the Internet is making traditional print media obsolete as well with embedded video in one of the stories, and an interesting use of Flash in another, that gives info on parts added to the Jeeps and even order them for yourself. These are the kinds of things that just can’t be done in any other medium, and it’s very cool to see this new technology evolving and opening up new doors right before our eyes.
I’m proud to be a regular contributor to JPFreek. The magazine keeps getting better with each issue and the high quality of the photos and writing (present company excluded of course!) continues to shine through. Can’t wait to see the next issue too!
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