All posts by Brian Feulner

Brian Feulner

About Brian Feulner

As a visuals editor and photographer that loves outdoors recreation, Brian Feulner has made Maine home. Feulner makes his way to favorite outdoor locales by way of a 1998 cherry red Land Rover Discovery. Although, with a rover that has nearly 180,000 miles, getting there can be half the battle. Red Rover is a blog for Land Rover news, gear and the trials and tribulations of Landy ownership.

Virgin Galactic has its first global partner, Land Rover

Land Rover Announces Global Partnership With Virgin Galactic And Debuts Its Discovery Vision Concept Vehicle At The Intrepid Sea, Air And Space Museum In New York City

Link to the Press Release from 4/14. http://www.interactivelandrover.com/discovery_vision_concept/DisplayRelease.php?itemID=721 We now have another reason to worship Sir Richard Branson. The goal of this partnership is to ” bring together two world leaders in adventure, innovation and exploration,” and to inspire young people to start careers in engineering, science and technology. – Ok so, this means I […]

Land Rover Ambassdor retraces deadly South Pole Scott expedition

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Land Rover Ambassador Ben Saunders and Tarka L’Herpiniere have reached the turning point in their journey to recreate Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s 1911 fatal journey to the South Pole. The team is now on the return leg of the trip, the same leg that is presumed to have led to Scott death, more than 100 years ago. […]

Die salt die, a temporary fix to clean the rover

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When I bought my house in July 2013 I looked over one highly important utility that I think is vastly important in Maine. A water spigot in the garage, or at least near the driveway. Maine’s salt-covered roads during icy winters make this a highly desirable homeowner commodity. So the plan this summer was to […]