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    I'm loving all the history you're sharing along the way. It's interesting to see the impact all those wagons had as they crossed the country
    Part 3 guess 20:15

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    Very interesting history, thanks for sharing your journeys. The rock with engraved signatures was really neat.

    Part 3 time guess 25:01

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    Another great video. Really love the history of this series. Iím guessing 18:31 for the next video. Thank you two for all your hard work.


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    Such a cool history lesson! Crazy to see all the ruts all these years later from how many people passed thru the area!
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    I have really enjoyed watching both videos of your journey, especially the history. Can't wait to see Episode 3. My guess is it will be 19:19 long.

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    Once again no surprise great video. Iíll guess 23 minutes for part 3.


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    This is an awesome series...but Iíll take a JT over a Conestoga wagon anytime...

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    Loving it and still smiling. I didnít remember the buffalo.
    Going through the fort/camps again brought back some good memories.
    Great music too!!
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    So cool. So much history. I've actually been to those Wyoming spots, didn't realize it was the same trail. Really humbling.
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    What an unbelievable journey it must have been to do that on foot or covered wagon with hardly a map and just stories to go by. Great series you guys put together to show that.


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