Unperfect in Moab Part 1

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Thank you for sharing this with us, had a great time tuning in last night. The production quality and especially text overlays were great haha! Glad you both are back safe!
 

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Great video, thanks for sharing your adventure!
 

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Ok, had some chuckles watching your latest video, but only because you two were in a safe place while shooting the video, and it was after your rig slid to a stop and you seemed to be reveling in the fact nothing too horrible happened!

What was the motivation for heading to Moab in winter? It just seems like maybe you pushed a bit too far which got you into a little bit of a jam. I guess I'm really interested in what you learned on this trip.
 

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In the beginning, as soon as you inserted the "we just argued " thing my girl and I looked at each other and laughed ! Always stressful packing...lol. Loved the video...you guys rock ! :smile:
 

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Great video and glad you took the time - and risk - to share with the Community (and/or world) the vulnerability of a not so perfect trip. Having seen all your videos and knowing your abilities and capability I am sure that anything short of perfection is the exception rather than the rule.

This was an important video to share since for a lot of us things are not always perfect and I think there is a tendency to be overly hard on ourselves or even think this is not a hobby for us and that would be a shame. Things aren't always perfect and this video - the exception rather than the rule - was fantastic to share!! So @Michael and @Corrie thanks for that and always looking forward to all you have to share!!

Stay safe & happy wheeling!!!
 
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I'll have to check this out Tommorow when I have time

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Great video. Enjoyed it from beginning to end. It's a great example of how conditions can change even in familiar places. Sometimes it's abnormally cold weather, unexpected trail conditions or even the darkness of night that can alter your perspective and perception of what you thought you knew about a situation.

Thanks for sharing as it reflects a real experience and helps others learn.
 
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Great video and glad you took the time - and risk - to share with the Community (and/or world) the vulnerability of a not so perfect trip. Having seen all your videos and knowing your abilities and capability I am sure that anything short of perfection is the exception rather than the rule.

This was an important video to share since for a lot of us things are not always perfect and I think there is a tendency to be overly hard on ourselves or even think this is not a hobby for us and that would be a shame. Things aren't always perfect and this video - the exception rather than the rule - was fantastic to share!! So @Michael and @Corrie thanks for that and always looking forward to all you have to share!!

Stay safe & happy wheeling!!!
Thank you so much for the support and for watching! We really appreciate it and our number 1 goal is to make it accesible to folks, and also to realize it doesnt have to be perfect. Of course, in this case we didn't have to try too hard! :)
 
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Great video. Enjoyed it from beginning to end. It's a great example of how conditions can change even in familiar places. Sometimes it's abnormally cold weather, unexpected trail conditions or even the darkness of night that can alter your perspective and perception of what you thought you knew about a situation.

Thanks for sharing as it reflects a real experience and helps others learn.
Thank you for watching!
 

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Watching the video right now, I listened to the podcast a few weeks ago and enjoyed that. It's nice putting images with what was said on the podcast.
 

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Great video and fun to watch...I've made the drive from the bay area to Moab and Corrie's comment about it being a grind is spot on. Have had a few meals/beverages at Moab brewery which is where it appears you were...