Wednesday, August 23, 2017

The Sunflower and the Great American Eclipse

Last week we packed up the Sunflower and headed to central Idaho to experience the Great American Eclipse. After listening to tales of the "apoceclipse" for several months, we were expecting the worst, but ended up having an amazing adventure.


After driving through the massive amounts of traffic...


...lining up for gas...



...fighting for space...


...and fending off hordes of multi-colored zombies...



...we finally made it to the St. Anthony Sand Dunes near Rexburg, Idaho.


The dunes were wild with ATVs and motorcycles, but the majority of the people there were visiting for the eclipse. It was the perfect place to set up camp, explore the area and get ready to film on Monday morning.






Then it happened...one of the most amazing experiences of my life.



3 comments:

  1. Cool video and what a great place to view an eclipse! We had 96% where I live so we all took an eclipse break from work to take it all in.

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  2. FYI
    Of all of the eclipse videos I watched, I liked your the best.

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  3. Watched your video over on your Youtube Channel! Love the 360 View. I wish I would have gotten more of the horizon in mine but I got the Sun before during and after so I'm not complaining too loudly. :) I was in Shaniko Oregon with 32 other teardrop trailers! Teardroppers of Oregon and Washington. We planned that trip for almost 8 months! It was perfect and so fun to see all the different trailers in one place for 4 days! Thank you for sharing your adventures!

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