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48: Northeast Road Trip - Part 1

  • 1h33m45sBecause there’s… bugs! — Thomas
  • 1h37m28sI. Am. The best. Canoer. — Andrew
  • 1h45m34sWhose crazy idea was it to hike a mountain this early? — Thomas

40 Miles Alone in the Savage Gulf

  • 1h39m25sHaving a change of clothes is not bad! — Robby

43: Mohican

  • 1h4m20sI find that it serves as an aperitif to more subtle textures and flavors such as… blackened sausage! — Robby

42: Zaleski Winter

  • 21m59sThis lid coming off is the most Adventure Archives thing I’ve ever seen in my life. — Robby
  • 25m49sHo ho ho cakes — Thomas
  • 27m28sIt’s going to take camaraderie and cooperation to get through the difficult times and to enjoy the little moments in between. — Andrew
  • 45m43s
    Andrew: We got our crust, our cheese, and our pepperoni… This is basically a pizza.
    Robby: No, that’s basically a food crime, just like what I do.
    Andrew: Yeah, it is a food crime. But you know what, it works.
  • 48m55sI don’t want those spores in my nose — let’s go. — Robby
  • 52m41sIt’s not about undoing society and civilization, it’s about realizing the best parts about civilization by removing yourself from it. And also remembering what’s actually important. …Friendship is important. — Thomas
  • 53m02sTwo out of ten. — Bryan
  • 1h00m38s
    Andrew: The lowest lows and the highest highs.
    Robby: That’s the subtitle for Adventure Archives.
  • 1h02m29sI get to chop and kick wood; that’s like my two favorite things in life. — Andrew

41: Big South Fork

  • 29m01sThis is maximally lubed. — Robby
  • 33m15sCouldn’t ask for much more… Nor would I. Can’t tempt the fates like that. — Andrew

40: Dolly Sods with a Dog

  • 12m31sYou know what this is though? This is the definition of the word freedom. — Andrew
  • 17m10sThese are the moments where you have to remind yourself to be in the present moment and just take it all in. — Andrew
  • 22m57sThomas says he found a spot up ahead; I’m sure it is going to be more than 25% better than whatever we saw. — Andrew
  • 23m08sIf anybody is gonna scrounge for a campsite at night it might as well be us, right? — Andrew

39: Hiking Alone Together

  • 6m22sYou know the food choices are going to be very, very spartan. — Robby
  • 8m58sObviously one of my favorite trees. — Andrew
  • 11m29sDoes it have all the food groups? — Robby
  • 19m29sThe prophecy has come to pass, and it is raining. — Bryan
  • 23m19sIt was, indeed, corn. — Andrew
  • 33m32sI’m not putting the rain fly on, because I’m going for the gamble. — Robby
  • 39m07sI’m sure it’s going to taste good, but good in the kind of more absolute sense. — Robby
  • 40m01sNo, this is a great idea. This is the best idea. Not one of the best — this is the best idea. — Robby
  • 40m46sNot bad. It took a second for the flavor Stockholm syndrome to kick in, but, once it did, I was sitting pretty. — Robby
  • 42m15sIt tastes good, and, obviously, my standards are a bit lower right now. — Bryan [speaking of steak]
  • 49m47sI’m telling you man, like that’s all it is: you just need warmth, food, drinks, family and friends. You don’t need like, a marble statue, you just need marbled beef. — Andrew
  • 1h12m21sI’ll kick a coyote; we’ll be fine — Andrew

38: Land Between the Lakes

  • 2m44sAfter being cooped up for three months in the house I’m excited to be outside. — Nicole

37: Kauai, Hawaii

  • 39m42sWhat evening would be complete without ice cream? — Robby
  • 42m21sIt’s funny how exhausting doing nothing can be, and how much energy actually moving can give you. — Andrew
  • 56m16sYo, that rain is coming! That rain is coming right now! I’m getting in the tent; Good luck to everybody else. — Robby
  • 57m01sI’m sorry Andrew! But also I’m not sorry. — Marisa
  • 57m50sWho hasn’t had a good universe talk at night? — Robby

32: Shawnee State Forest

  • 1h20m16sThis is the type of bad decision that you’ll make when you’re really hungry, but it’s also a really good decision. — Robby

31: Red River Gorge

  • 7m05sThe key to any good trail mix is pretzels — Thomas

Hiking Mount Katahdin

  • 4m59sI was really hoping Andrew, Robby, and Bryan could join me, but they didn’t wake up in time. — Thomas

27: The Deep South — Road Trip Pt. III

  • 25m35sBy the way, water boils faster at higher altitudes. — Tim V the Texan Camper
  • 25m47sI think we have concluded that we have the greatest viewers and fans in the world! — Robby
  • 26m13sDon’t let the exterior fool you — this is a **** hotel. — Robby
  • 33m24sIt’s important to learn history, not just to understand the past, but to reflect on what we as a society are doing today and how that will affect the future. Unless we examine the past, and think critically about what needs to be changed today and how we can change it, history is rendered useless.
  • 39m48sThe key to a happy life is to take advantage of all of your opportunities even if they’re not exactly the way you want them. — Robby
  • 55m35sYou wake up and an alligator’s next to you and you’re spooning it. — Robby

23: Hoosier Winter

Total Solar Eclipse Camping

21: Mt. Whitney

  • 18m50sRemove oxygen absorber — you don’t need to do that. — Thomas

16: Monongahela

  • Through loss and pain, growth occurs. There’s no reason to give up hope.

10: Yosemite

  • It seems like it’s always Thomas waking us up at the butt crack of morning on camping trips. — Andrew
  • 17m47sKnowing your strengths and knowing your weaknesses, that’s the surest sign of a mature person. — Robby

8: Great Smoky Mountains

  • 00m10sWhy did I agree to do this? — Bryan

6: Mammoth Cave

4: Hoosier

  • The bacon of fish.

2: Morgan-Monroe

  • 13m26sOne of my favorite trees — Andrew
  • 15m17sYo bear! — Andrew

1: Dolly Sods

  • 13m55sGrowing up in the midwest, most of the natural scenery consists of small wooded areas in the midst of suburbia. As kids, all the fantastic landscapes we saw in video games and movies created a longing inside of all of us for places just like this. Even without some epic quest to go on, the feeling is still the same. — Robby
  • 18m17sSometimes it seems like we’ve given ourselves so many more troubles in the quest to make things more convenient. — Andrew
  • 26m29sIt’s only when you let go of the need to be clean and comfortable, does your body relax and enjoy your surroundings and your connection to the Earth. — Robby