In this video, we are driving from Oak Creen at Sedona, Arizona, via Flagstaff to Las Vegas. We mounted a camera on the windshield of the car as an experiment and took a picture every few seconds. It’s a four and a half hour drive if you don’t make any stops along the way, which we did and that was the content of the previous video. But I have left out all of that in this one and this is just pure driving. Now, 479 kilometers or 297 miles does take a long time in real time, so this is
In this video, we spend the early afternoon in Jerome, eating BBQ, doing some wine tasting and visiting the “ghost town”. Although visiting Jerome seems to be a annual event by now, we haven’t been at the old mine until now. Of course we have to visit Caduceus Cellars and get some BBQ at Bobby D’s. —— Main Channel: https://www.youtube.com/ruddk Secondary channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKq_sn1DMx6jjYPnGtk2xJw Instagram: @martinRudJ Twitter: @wwwruddk Website: https://www.rud.dk/
Mostly Arizona and Sedona. Wine tasting, eating, biking and cruising. A few bits from other places in the end, but mostly Sedona / Village of Oak Creek which is the place I want to return to again. Many of these clips will be extended into their own videos later on. Those who know, can see we got a different car from Hertz than planned. Order this exact model, guess not. 🙂 At least it was a proper american V8 with the right sound. 🙂 Thanks to all the nice people and and Jeremy at Revolve Camera.
Visiting Devils Bridge near Sedona, Arizona. It was a average hot day for late september when we took the bikes to see Devils Bridge. I did a bit of GPS tracking(the blue line on the map). Had to walk the last part up there and was a bit unsure of the final route. But there were sticks and logs pointing in the right direction. Not hard to get do but there’s a some meters of a climb the last part up. I am not too fond of nights but I managed anyway. Remember to bring water. 😀 Saw a jeep
Here’s a little video from Rollin’ Smoke BBQ, Las Vegas. They were so kind to give us a tour and show us their smokers etc. Unfortunately the microphone picked up a lot of noise and the sound seems to be useless 🙁 I am trying to run it through some filters but I am not sure I can make it work. So this clip didn’t turn out at all like I wanted, but I wouldn’t want it to go to waste either. Anyway, it’s a really great place to visit when you have had enough of the fancy blinkenlights and
Filmed in October 2, 2014, the area had just reopened after flash flood warnings were over. Plenty of evidence of the wildfire earlier that year as you can see on the video. Perhaps most scary was that not only could you see large areas in other places but sometimes it as just a small patch, or a single tree detached from other areas that had burned. Anyway just took a small walk around the area for an hour or two and then were off to ride a MTB trail(iirc) followed by lunch.