Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Airelax Sleep Pad Review - 5 Stars

Backyard Camping, Primitive Camping and Guest Room 

Jeep Momma testing out the Airelax Sleeping Pad

AIRELAX asked me to try out their sleeping pad. So, I took it on an urban camping adventure with me. I absolutely loved it! Perfect for any camping trip.

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Why I love the Airelax Sleeping Pad

Manual blowing up the Airelax Sleeping Pad

Quick Inflate & Deflate

No need for an extra pump and no mouth blowing! AIRELAX inflatable camping mat comes with with a large capacity pump sack which you use to pump up the sleeping pad. Perfect for primitive camping or backpacking. 

The valve features a convenient double-layer design for easy deflation in seconds. As well as no leakage of air at night.  

Better Sleep Support

When you lie down on the sleeping pad, the 3.54" thick height keeps you away from wet ground and hard stones, far away from the cold for a good night's sleep, plus it's almost silent when you roll over.

Durable Fabric and Good Sealing

The camping pads are made of tear-resistant nylon fabric, peach suede, and eco-friendly TPU. I love how it's a soft fabric not your typical air mattress fabric. 

Built-in Pillows Design

The camping sleeping pads for 2 person feature built-in pillows to eliminate the trouble with carrying extra pillows, and air bubble wavy-design for better body and neck support whether you're lying flat or on your side, providing a comfortable sleep for your journey.


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Sunday, August 7, 2022

The Birth of Jeep

Where It All Started

The "Go Anywhere, Do Anything" Jeep 4x4 vehicle became the hero for thousands of Allied soliders around the world in the 1940's. Later becoming the civillian hero for many decades to come as Jeep in now an American Icon. 

During the war the US infantry needed a low-profile, powerful vehicle with four-wheel drive. Three commercial companies put in their bids, American Bantam, Willys Overland Motors, and Ford Motor Company. 

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Each company was tasked to build a vehicle for testing. In July of 1941 the contract was awarded to Willys using combined parts of all three prototypes. The Willys MB was born.


Willys Quad

Willys Quad

Designed by Willys Overland Motors in Toledo, Ohio. This little beast of a machine was powered by it's "Go Devil" engine that produced 61 mph, along with 105 foot pounds of torque. 

Blitz Buggy

Blitz Buggy

Designed by American Bantam out of Butler, Pennsylvania. Working with Spicer, one of Bantam's focuses was axles and transfer case. 



Designed by Ford Motor Company. The two Ford pilot vehicles are now sitting in museums. It is said neither the original Bantam Pilot nor the Willys Quad survived. 

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