I can write and write about how my first days on the road went, but some things are best experienced first hand. Now you can be a passenger and watch how my first minutes on the road actually went down.
These are short little clips, most are under 30 seconds. You can find them on the new ‘Videos’ tab in the navigation bar at the top of the website, or you can click here. All videos are links to YouTube and right now they’re in chronological order from oldest at top to newest at the bottom. Watching them in order is best, they’ll make more sense that way.
All links have been checked and should be working properly. If you experience any issues please let me know. Also feedback on the format would be appreciated. Do you like them going oldest to newest or would newest to oldest work better?
The ones (all 41 of them) currently up are for the first leg of my journey, Indian Springs, from September 14-17th. I’ll continue adding to it as I get more uploaded, it takes quite a while to do and I can’t be doing much else on the computer while Uploading so it’s a slow process.
EDIT 9/13/17: All the old raw clips have been removed from YouTube and nicer edited complete videos have taken their place!
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