Ep. 114: Mirror Lake Highway | Utah RV travel camping

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  1. Awesome video, Marc!
    When I hear Utah I always think about the southeast corner (from Zion to Bryce to Moab and the Gooseneck) but there's a lot more to see in the beehive state.
    One question, Marc, what's the resolution of your drone's camera? Amazing footages!

  2. Awesome video, Marc!
    When I hear Utah I always think about the southeast corner (from Zion to Bryce to Moab and the Gooseneck) but there's a lot more to see in the beehive state.
    One question, Marc, what's the resolution of your drone's camera? Amazing footages!

  3. I'm newly retired and am looking to explore various parts of the country with my RTT camper. The biggest hurdle I'm experiencing thus far is camp site availability. You pointed out in this video that reservtions have to be made in many cases a year in advance. Any chance that you would start creating videos that would prompt your followers with travel reservation links along with a suggested itinerary for various trip you highlight. For the inexperienced camp traveler like myself, it's trial and error and I am missing more than hitting.

  4. I really enjoy your drone shots. You pan slowly so we can experience the beautiful views and, at my age, I don’t get nauseous getting spinned around so fast, lol. I miss your blond pup. Beautiful baby.

  5. Marc, there are a lot of dead trees. Previous fire?
    For a cooler outdoor experience us yankees have to go north, while you westerners just have to go up.
    Truly God's country.
    Great video as always.
    Thanks again.

  6. I'll save this video and watch it again and again and again in the dead of winter. Why can't it just be summer year round. I was up there just last weekend and it was gorgeous, freezing at night but so comfortable during the day. Thank for sharing.

  7. You keep finding those beautiful high country camp sites!

    Again I am impressed with how well the drone flies in such thin air. I am glad it does because we get some nice views.

    The lanterns look interesting. One part of the Amazon listing says 12 hour battery life and elsewhere it says 30 hours. Do you have a estimate?

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