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    Part 2 for me 27min


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    Thanks for taking us along. Looking forward part 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abntroop View Post
    Great vid as always
    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by mcpuck View Post
    ... Cal Worthington! 🤣
    Am I right?

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    Any reason you took the JK over the JL? Or was this filmed before you got that jeep?
    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    Correct. Filmed 170 years ago (before they got the JL) :


    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    I think more whiskey was poured during your first part of this trip than any settler during their journey heading west...what a great way to spend your time...
    Well, we didn't want to die

    Quote Originally Posted by Trail JK View Post
    Interesting and fun! Thanks for bringing us along! Can’t wait to see the rest!
    Wish you and Ray could have joined us for this one.

    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Very cool so far! Im starting to see why you guys no longer prefer straight American Honey lol. Looking fwd to the next episode
    Oh yeah, haven't been able to drink it straight for years. Needs to be a Bee Sting for sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lojo View Post
    Looks like a great time and great job on the video!
    Part 2..... 17:76
    Glad to hear you enjoyed it

    Quote Originally Posted by firejeeper View Post
    Great video. Really enjoyed the history. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
    I’m going to go with 24:30 for the second round.
    Quote Originally Posted by sunnysideup View Post
    History! Love it....

    I'm guessing 18:14 for part 2!
    It really is awesome to know so many of you enjoy the history.

    Quote Originally Posted by briand View Post
    Love the history lesson! Good to see Moby out and about again.

    How about 19:10 for part 2
    I guess it really has been a while since we've featured Moby.

    Quote Originally Posted by HoosierWolf View Post
    Great video as usual!

    When did you guys travel through?

    I live about 3 hrs southeast of Independence, MO. Haven't even been there yet but I'm going to change that now. Looks really interesting. I love history.
    This was filmed a while ago. There are a number of reasons why we never made a video out of it but felt that the time was finally right.

    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesC View Post
    Thanks for taking us along. Looking forward part 2.
    - 22:15 -
    Awesome

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    The history lesson in my favorite part. When I was growing up my Dad loved to take us on trips in Michigan, we traveled to many different parts of the state including the UP where we went to many historic sites. Dad would get irritated at times that we didn't appreciate some of the history he was teaching us. I thank him many times and wish he was still here so I could take him on many of the outstanding adventures I have been privileged to go on with many of my good friends. We are fortunate in Arizona to have tons of mining history if you take the time to research the past. Dad would be proud that he passed on his joy of nature and history to me.

    Sure wish I had the video skills you guys do so I could see some of our past adventures and hear my friends voices. At least I have a ton of photos.

    I also agree the music selection was fantastic. Cant wait for more of the adventure to continue.
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    The video was awesome. And to think, I lived in a small town in Kansas, and I had no idea that the trail was actually there. Very cool. Very nice history, and I especially loved how the wagons created those indentations about four or five feet down since so many of them traveled the same route.

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    Great video as always Eddie, hopefully the next one will be 35 minutes long

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    That was a cool video. Looking forward to the rest of the series.

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    Great video. Thanks you two, looking forward to more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Discount Tire View Post
    The history lesson in my favorite part. When I was growing up my Dad loved to take us on trips in Michigan, we traveled to many different parts of the state including the UP where we went to many historic sites. Dad would get irritated at times that we didn't appreciate some of the history he was teaching us. I thank him many times and wish he was still here so I could take him on many of the outstanding adventures I have been privileged to go on with many of my good friends. We are fortunate in Arizona to have tons of mining history if you take the time to research the past. Dad would be proud that he passed on his joy of nature and history to me.

    Sure wish I had the video skills you guys do so I could see some of our past adventures and hear my friends voices. At least I have a ton of photos.

    I also agree the music selection was fantastic. Cant wait for more of the adventure to continue.

    My dad did the same thing and I always didn’t appreciate it.
    You brought back some old family trip memories. 👍
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