In this video are my top 5 states in the United States, specifically for adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts!

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  1. Avnish Puri on December 12, 2020 at 9:59 pm

    Hi Kevin
    Aweome video, I watched it twice. I got travel planning brochures to visit Glacier National Park few days ago. This park is on my bucket list.

    Plan to visit Acadia National Park in Maine and book a trip to Great Cranberry Island. Unbelievable beautiful places to visit.

    Explore Mount Washington Valley in New Hampshire. Beautiful Scenery.

  2. shiftyguggs24 on December 12, 2020 at 10:19 pm

    Great video what camera equipment you use?

  3. Mycah Lopez on December 12, 2020 at 10:29 pm

    Hello Kevin and others, I am currently living and have lived in San Diego all my life. I am working a minimum wage job and doing my first semester in college. I am 18 and am kind of lost with what direction I want to take in life. I have traveled to Montana and have seen the beauty of life and my happiness fulfilled performing outdoor activities over there. I have always disliked the environment and people in San Diego and wish to move to a state that is, or like Montana. The reason I am lost is because I have no idea what I am doing in college or still working at this job for. College and work is causing me to feel depressed along with the environment that I’m in and I am losing the little motivation and attention I have for maintaining my grades since I was forced to make a decision to either go to college or learn a trade when I graduated high school. I would like to live a simple life, working a hands on job that provides me skills and beneficial knowledge, and on the side take steps to get better at the hobbies I like to do which is hunting, camping, snowboarding, hiking, etc. (whatever it is out in nature I am all for it). Do you have any advice for me? Should I keep going to college and work, or should I find a different path to reach my end goal?

  4. _ on December 12, 2020 at 10:31 pm

    How does this only have 243 views

  5. MATTRESS KING Las Vegas on December 12, 2020 at 10:34 pm

    I absolutely cannot believe you did not include Alaska!

  6. Steve Rubin on December 12, 2020 at 10:44 pm


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