A Free Book and a New Video

I have two things to report today:

1. I just came across a free Kindle ebook called Six Weeks in an Isuzu: Crossing Borders From Chattanooga To the Panama Canal. I haven’t read it, but I downloaded it and think it would be of interest to those who read this blog. It’s about a couple of people who spend six weeks in a 13-year-old Isuzu Trooper as the travel overland from Tennessee to Panama. The book is free today, but it may not be free if you’re reading this after today. Before you click the “Buy now with 1-Click” button, make sure the price reads $0.00.

2. I uploaded a new video highlighting my adventures in the Laughlin, Nevada/Bullhead City, Arizona area. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

Climbing a Mountain, Finding Spanish Artifacts, and Seeing Amazing Petroglyphs

In this video I do some more adventuring in Nevada’s Gold Butte National Monument. I hike up to the top of Gold Butte Peak, find 18th century (or earlier??) relics from Spanish explorers, and check out the most incredible collection of Native American petroglyphs I’ve ever seen (and I’ve seen a lot!).

(Click here if you can’t see the video below.)

Sinkholes, Sand Dunes, and Crazy Rock Formations

Follow along as I head into Nevada’s Gold Butte National Monument. It was just made a national monument less than a month ago, and the place is absolutely spectacular. I visit the Devil’s Nostril, the Devil’s Throat, Little Finland, some sand Dunes, and Gold Butte itself. This is the first of two videos from my time in Gold Butte. (Click here if you can’t see the video below.)