Added by on 2018-12-22

[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote As you probably know, we’re always on the lookout for beautiful, peaceful, and free boondocking and let me tell you, we really felt like we hit the jackpot with this one! The stars, the wildlife, the rock scrambling and the crazy thunderstorms made this spot truly unforgettable. We share our adventures with the hope of inspiring others to get out and explore this beautiful world — because when you fall in love with nature you are much more likely to want to protect it. It can be a risk, sharing such a special place with the whole of the internet, so all we ask is that when you visit these natural wonders, treat them with the reverence and respect they deserve, and always follow the Leave No Trace principles: ☆ Plan Ahead & Be Prepared ☆ Travel & Camp on Durable Surfaces ☆ Dispose of Waste Properly ☆ Leave What You Find ☆ Minimize Campfire Impacts ☆ Respect Wildlife ☆ Be Considerate of Other Visitors Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: Copperhead Thanks for watching and being a part of our travels ❤ If you like what we’re doing, please consider showing your support on There are so many ways to stay connected with us: ☆ Subscribe to keep posted on all the new adventures! ☆ Our Blog! ☆ Instagram ☆ Facebook ☆ Twitter ☆ Maggie’s Photography Cheers! Video Rating: / 5


  • dave22 2 years ago

    came here because of carey on vagabond, and i just subbed. this vid was good, loved the lightening shots and your peaceful vibe. thumbs up

  • G Henrickson 2 years ago

    Were their no livestock, no flies would there be. I am sick of grazing on public lands. I would rather there be fields of soy. Thanks for the video.

  • Wayward Waggs 2 years ago

    We love watching the lightning. The purple makes it look really cool.

  • rphomemovies 2 years ago

    Loved this episode and the lightening storm, the coatimundis, the waterfalls and the drone footage!

  • Dean Dobbs 2 years ago

    Awesome spot you two! Great pictures of the light show!

  • TRUSTin WWJD 2 years ago

    Whoa, , , , what magnificent scenery your guys are sharing, , , , thanks so much, , , ,
    Safe n Happy traveling, , , ,

  • LittleTrailerBigAdventures Full Time RV Living 2 years ago

    Wow!! Great shots of the lightning!! Such a cool place, and gotta love free!!

  • Humdrum Hermits 2 years ago

    Wow, cute dogs, coatimundis aka ewoks, lightning, very cool waterful, and great slo mo butterfly. Color us impressed!

  • Eric Van Eck 2 years ago

    I bet it doesn’t rain there very much and you caught it at the perfect time!!

  • Touring Tastebuds 2 years ago

    Love how your intro has evolved guys, really great job! We loved our time in Arizona, looks like it treated you guys well! Oh man, hate flies, but so cool about the free range cattle just hanging out! That lightning was nuts! Ah flood! Haha we are scarred now! Glad you got out and did a hike as well, cool waterfall!

  • Griot's Reverie 2 years ago

    Excellent execution of another video that draws me to a beautiful location. Thanks so much for sharing your travels.

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  • Mark Reynolds 2 years ago

    Fantastic video.

  • Grand Adventure 2 years ago

    Maggie & Brad, we particularly enjoyed this one. Great job, and loved both the thunderstorm footage and the slow-mo of the butterfly. Your enthusiasm for the location really shone through. Terrific work once again.

  • Travel Small Live Big 2 years ago

    What a great place! Between the rocks, animals and that series of waterfalls ~ wow! I had no idea coatimundis lived in that area. We have seen them in Costa Rican & Mexico, but didn't know they lived in AZ too. Crazy lightening show ~ our dog would have not enjoyed that part 🙂

  • Sara Nakai 2 years ago

    Awwww. Your reaction to the coatimundi is so sweet! We've been in that area before but have never seen them. And we were looking! Maybe that's the secret. 🙂 Love this video. Hope you had a chance to check out Chiricahua; that's one of our favorite places. Welcome to Arizona!

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