Boldly Go: The Trekers Trailer now available

The Trekers vanAs part of the effort here at Trekers to share our experiences, we have decided to start building up our YouTube channel. Part of having an active channel means having an introductory video that helps people learn more about you and what you do. So, we have produced Boldly Go: The Trekers Trailer.

The Trekers on a frozen beachBoldly Go gives a glimpse of where we have been, the things we like to do and some of the great places we have visited. Many of the locations are in Michigan because that’s where we’ve spent most of our time — but a couple of other states and Ontario, Canada make appearances, too. As we expand our horizons, we will also be expanding our efforts (and our videos) on the YouTube channel. So consider this trailer to be just part one in our never-ending trek to experience and enjoy life in new ways. We really, really can’t wait to shoot more videos and share more of our treks with anyone who wants to follow along, because, in order to do the videos, we have to do the traveling! So, please consider subscribing to our channel and prepare to have some fun with us.

Jessi at Point Pelee National Park marsh

When I shared Boldly Go in a Facebook group, one of the members said they found themselves trying to guess the locations, which gave us another idea. This post could serve as a guide to the video.

Below, in order of appearance, are the locations where we shot the video and, if available, a link to another blog post or video about that location or trek. (We set all the links to open in a new tab so you don’t lose your place in the list.)

Have you been to some of these spots? If so, did you have a favorite memory from that trip? Please share it in the comments below. If not, we recommend you visit those spots and would be happy to offer information and tips we learned from our trek there. Again, just drop us a comment below.

We hope you enjoy Trekers and we look forward to sharing more treks with you. In the meantime, make the most of what you’re doing and don’t forget that to enjoy life, you need to experience it, not just pass the time living it.

Boldly Go Trekers locations
  • Title screen: Badlands National Park, South Dakota.
  • Drone shot of Roadtrek: Pigeon River State Forest Campground near Vanderbilt, Michigan.
  • Roadtrek on forest road: Indian Lake Campground area, north of White Cloud, Michigan.
  • Fall color drive: Porcupine Mountains State Park, near Ontonagon, Michigan.
  • Arched bridge: Blue Water Bridge between Port Huron, Michigan, and Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
  • Cable span bridge: Mackinac Bridge between Mackinaw City and St. Ignace, Michigan.
  • River: Presque Isle River in Porcupine Mountains State Park.
  • Fall hike: Hungerford Recreation Area in the northwest Michigan area of Manistee National Forest.
  • Waterfall: Manido Falls in the Presque Isle River, Porcupine Mountains State Park.
  • Ari hiking and Jessi running: Lake Lansing Park North, Haslett, Michigan.
  • Drone video of a lighthouse in summer: Old Mission Point Lighthouse north of Traverse City, Michigan.
  • Solar Eclipse: Cedars of Lebanon State Park, southeast of Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Bike to beach: Point Pelee National Park, near Leamington, Ontario, Canada.
  • Drone video of a lighthouse in winter: Whitefish Point Lighthouse, north of Paradise, Michigan. {That link is for a blog post; watch the full drone video of that trek here.
  • Ladder climb on snowshoes: a beach on Lake Superior, west of Whitefish Point.
  • Forest trail drone video: Cedar Loop Trail in Cedars of Lebanon State Park.
  • Vineyard drone video: Briali Winery, Fremont, Indiana (a Harvest Hosts location).
  • Drone video of a river: Pigeon River State Forest Campground (our campsite was alongside this river).
  • First kayaking video: Point Pelee National Park. For that trek, we camped at Wheatley Provincial Park since there is no camping in the national park.
  • Second kayaking video: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore near Munising, Michigan.
  • Fall hike: Hungerford Recreation Area in the northwest Michigan area of Manistee National Forest.
  • Snowshoe hike: Harris Nature Center, Okemos, Michigan
  • Waterfall in winter: Tahquamenon Falls (Upper) in Tahquamenon Falls State Park near Paradise, Michigan.
  • Dog sled ride: Tahquamenon Falls State Park. You can watch the full 1-minute video here.
  • Jessi sliding on the ice: the frozen beach at Whitefish Point.

 

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