Ep. 114: Mirror Lake Highway | Utah RV travel camping Posted on August 31, 2019 Camping chicago hotels dallas hotels Ep Highway hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas Lake las vegas hotels mirror private jet rental property RV travel travel vlog UTAH vacation 35 thoughts on “Ep. 114: Mirror Lake Highway | Utah RV travel camping” Another pretty and great video. This is Darryl Lynn’s husband. Do you run your fridge on inverter or propane? What elevation is common in your travels? ThanksReply Do u attract bears when you grill those steaks? What do u do to keep the bears from coming over and saying there’s Wendy’s around here?Reply Amazing footageReply Thanks for another great video. Sept still has great outdoor dats ahead. My favorite month. Getting out more before the snow.Reply 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!Reply 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!Reply If you get a chance to get to Ticaboo Utah we would highly recommend it. Had such a good time this spring.https://youtu.be/rpVoumwSiP8Reply Love your videos…. Grew up camping in them mountains.. To old to do it now. But you sharing brought back many wonderful memeries. Thank you!Reply Thanks for sharing. I can see a little more research coming up. Lovin’ It!Reply I’m shocked at all the beetle kill in the forest. So sad!Reply Thanks for sharing. So many great options in UT.Reply Like always Marc, another great video. Can't wait to get to Utah!Reply Your videos are head and shoulders above the rest in the travel genre.In Utah can you fall dead timber for firewood,I saw a lot of dead standing trees in this video.Reply Man oh man, great video! Love the aerial video. Thanks for sharing!Reply Beautiful campsite. Love the flowersReply 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.Reply 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.Reply 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.Reply 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.Reply great videos but, think twice about parking next to dead standing trees.Reply Nice Marc, great destination. It's on my bucket list now!Reply 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?Reply Way to many other campersReply Beautiful place and damm good steak 😄.. just a perfect day! Good for you guys. Thanks for sharing Marc 🙏😊Reply Love your videos thank you,very beautiful scenery god ride with you a hello from lake view south DakotaReply Beautiful area. Thnx for sharing🤓😎👍Reply Wow, mountain beauty for sure………… outstanding videoReply Great video and might I say your killing it (in a good way) with the music selection. I'm really enjoying it.Reply Perfect timing, came across this video just before bedtime, we can dream about Boondocking with Marc. ThanksReply Very nice! It's a shame the number of dead or dying trees. Is this from the bark beetle infestation?Reply Fantastic video Marc , nicely done!Reply Yike, I'm trying to look at the pretty stuff but my eyes are blinded by the massive forest fire fuel!Reply Thank you and curious if you noticed that every other tree there is dead? Is this just a normal cycle, or something else?Reply Sorry I missed this live. I got caught up in a western I was watching on Amazon Prime. Jo-Ann and I are watching it now. 🙂Reply More footage of those steaks please 😂Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.