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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Dog paws beware! Our campsite near Phoenix, Arizona and the Butcher Jones Trail in the Tonto National Forest are both cholla cacti minefields! ☆EQUIPMENT SEEN IN THE VIDEO: Camelbak Backpack: Drone Backpack: Dog Hiking Backpack: Pet Collapsible Food Dish: All Our Camera & RV Gear: ☆MORE ON OUR WEBSITE: ☆SHIRTS, SWEATERS, STICKERS, AND MORE: ☆PATREON SPECIAL ACCESS: ☆YOUR AMAZON SHOPPING SUPPORTS FATE UNBOUND: ☆WANT TO CHIP IN ON A TANK OF DIESEL? ☆SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Check out the rest of our videos: ☆SPECIAL THANKS to our Patrons who have pledged + at to help make this video possible! ⭐ Allen H. ⭐ Andy U. ⭐ Blue Mountain Bigfoot Research ⭐ Bryan A. ⭐ Craig S. ⭐ David D. ⭐ Derrick & Effie P. ⭐ Doug S. ⭐ Gary & Janis M. ⭐ Greg L. ⭐ James G. ⭐ Jeb & Barb B. ⭐ Jeff & Laurie H. ⭐ Joanne C. ⭐ Joseph H. ⭐ Kathie S. ⭐ Ken & Hariven C. ⭐ L John R. ⭐ Lisa H. ⭐ Lucinda M. ⭐ Mark D. ⭐ Mark H. ⭐ Matthew H. ⭐ Melissa M. ⭐ Ralph W. ⭐ Randy B. ⭐ Ron B. ⭐ Schylar B. ⭐ Scott R. ⭐ Scott W. ⭐ Shalako ⭐ Stephany J. ⭐ Stephen C. ⭐ Steve H. ⭐ Susan R. ⭐ Terri L. The BLM area just north of Phoenix, Arizona we camped on is definitely the greenest desert we’ve ever seen. Who knew deserts could be so lush! Unfortunately though, all these desert plants means it’s a cacti minefield! Cholla cacti are everywhere so – of course – our dog Sweetie stepped in some which led to me getting stuck […]


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  • Wilber Peebody 1 year ago

    Great Video Jennie. You should to be the star more often, David's a bit to analytical for me and I tend to ff through his video's . You were already a gorgeous woman and the pixie cut just added to it.

  • Ryan Meixner 1 year ago

    Just passed through Flagstaff on my cross-country drive. I can confirm there is snow on the ground and the winds were crazy.

  • Robert 1 year ago

    Love the drone footage, it really enhances your great videos.

  • Lu's Traveller 1 year ago

    Sweetie is such a good dog. I just love seeing her smiling face! That was a beautiful hike. Thanks so much.

  • Paseman Adventures 1 year ago

    Eeek!!! I LOVE your hair!! So adorable, and it looks SO GOOD on you!! You go girl

  • Josh Scott 1 year ago

    Love your hair girl.

  • Downsizing Makes Cents 1 year ago

    Great done work again, I like the speeded up shot coming back, very cool. My wife appreciates the dog on the trail tips.

  • Dreaming Of Being Free 1 year ago

    What tip of drone do you fly?

  • windman1961 1 year ago

    Great video again. I have a technical question about the drone shots. At the beginning of the video when you leave your trailer and driving the truck, did you actually use the auto follow command of the drone or where you manually guiding it ?
    Oh yes Jenni your haircut is very nice

  • Camper Life 1 year ago

    Great video. Thanks for sharing. Love the dog. I am having to put my Golden of 13 years down today. He has cancer. Enjoy all the time you get with them. It ends way to soon. Enjoy the desert and keep the videos coming.

  • Kenneth Richter 1 year ago

    Photography is always top notch! Thanks

  • jim293 1 year ago

    Another great video. Thanks so much.

  • Bryan Kelley 1 year ago

    Absolutely outstanding camera work! Really orients us to your campsite and the surrounds.

  • trish4112 1 year ago

    Thank you for the awesome video, i can't wait to go there.

  • Operation RV Adventure 1 year ago

    OMG!!! I love the hair!!! I so have contemplated a pixie!!! I just fear it wouldnt look as cute as it does on you!! Have you tried those rubber booties on Sweetie??? I wonder how well those work??? I was thinking about trying them out and see if the dogs will go for it!

  • Geographically Free 1 year ago

    Beautiful! It's been extra rainy this winter and greener than normal in the Phoenix area desert. A fine tooth comb is good for pulling out the cholla. Many hikers around here keep them and/or tweezers in their first aid kits. Thankfully, I've never needed to use one. Ouch!

  • Living to be happy 1 year ago

    I loved this video and you inspired us to hike this trail when we go to AZ next week. We are getting our trailer after our trip and we really enjoy you guys and your videos. You taught us a lot. We are just getting into youtube ourselves because we want to document our journey into minimalism and living nomadic. Thanks so much for what you do!

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