Awesome! I hope to see this myself one day.Good to hear your voice, too :)
You should, it's a great trip but take your time to do it, there's too much to see.My voice, if you are like me you probably hate your voice in recordings too, I don't think I have encountered anyone that likes their own voice in recordings :-)
George:since Fuzzy mentioned it first, I was paying particular attention to your narration. Very good and without having to do retakes. None of us sound like we think we sound likebobRiding the Wet CoastMy Flickr // My YouTube
It's not as easy as it looks when the camera is rolling is it? I never know what to say and do mess up ;-)
Thanks for taking the time to post up the video. It is nice to have the narration of what we're seeing.
For my next installment I made a longer video with lots of gravel and mud, it's a slow process to make the movies but I have fun, something to leave behind when I'm no longer around. My kids and grandchildren will be able to see it one day. If anyone here is on Google+ visit my page, I post lots of stuff about all kinds of things. I want to add you guys too but haven't been able to find many people from the blogs.Thanks for watching.
George:You are an inspiration to me. Your stuff is a combination of Lewis and Clark, and Marco Polo. Great stuff.Jack RiepeTwisted Roads
Thanks Jack, Your compliment means a lot to me :-)I have so much to write about and show with pictures, good stuff is coming up.