Survival Bros visit Yogi Tea headquarters in Springfield, near Eugene, Oregon. Go there to get your own freebie sample packets of natural, and organic goodness. The street address is shown in the HD video production. Yogi Tea has an enormous basket of bags waiting for the taking. You can’t beat free drinks. If it’s caffeine you crave, get the Energy variety teas. Best wishes.
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By Cameron McKirdy
The colors! Witness a double rainbow going into the Pacific Ocean. Filmed in HD on the Prom near 12th Ave. in Seaside, Oregon. I had to chase down these spectacular rainbows in my VW van, and record this silly video for you. This is one of my favorite spots in down to hang out, and people watch. For more adventures, car camping videos, and product reviews visit http://www.survivalbros.com
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Scary GoPro Black High-Definition video footage at Devil’s Cauldron from Survival Bros. Shot with my HD Head Camera on, while walking above a rocky cliff near the Oregon Coast Trail. This state long hiking trail follows the shore, and includes sections on paved Highway 101. These cliffs are close to the Neahkahnie Mountain trail head. More GoPro videos coming soon on this blog. Exciting, I know!
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Cameron McKirdy takes yet another selfie
Cameron McKirdy of Survival Bros gets naked, and films the Terwilliger Hot Springs, also known as Cougar Hot Springs, near Cougar Reservoir in Oregon by Blue River. Check out the four natural pools, and the wooden structures. Read more about Cam’s epic road trip on http://www.survivalbros.com Plus, please subscribe to our YouTube channel! Thanks.
Cameron McKirdy soaking up the healing water at Cougar Hot Springs
By Cameron McKirdy
Killer Whales, or orcas have been spotted migrating North near Cannon Beach in Oregon State. I was enjoying a wet hike from Short Sands Beach at Oswald West State Park out to Cape Falcon when I shot this HD video. I climbed to the edge of a dangerous cliff near the water of the Pacific Ocean I saw these beautiful beasts approaching on my left. I had to get my LG G2 smart phone out to film, but I was torn between looking at the creatures, and the camera screen. However, I saw plenty of my friends, and got the shot for all of you.
This was possibly the best experience of my life. Orcas (and dolphins) are magical creatures, and probably smarter than humans. I think they wanted to hang out with me. But one slip, and I would have gone tumbling down the mountain side, and become fresh fish food. I was only posted up at the location where I spotted these mammals for a few minutes. After they left, so did I. I’d seen the best, and it was pouring. All of my clothes got soaked when I made my way back through the damp plants. I didn’t mind being cold. I was amped from seeing my wild buddies do their thing. It gave me energy for the journey. Now I don’t ever want to go to a zoo again. It’s not the same. Stay wild!
On the cliff where I saw the killer whales!
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Mount St. Helens Hiking Trail
Produced By Cameron McKirdy for Survival Bros
Risking my life to film a gorgeous waterfall near Seaside, Oregon. Have you found this spot? It has a nasty 60 foot drop. Be careful if you do visit. Don’t say you weren’t warned of the dangers.
Thompson Falls in Seaside, Oregon
Filmed By Cameron McKirdy
View the historic 1913 trolley cruise along the Columbia River near downtown Astoria, OR.
Produced By Cameron McKirdy
It’s not easy to set the alarm for 5:30 AM. But the prospect of free food was too alluring. My bro and I geared up, and went down to the beach in Seaside OR, right off of Avenue U. There were swarms of foragers looking for clam shows. The dimples in the sand were everywhere. We got our limit of 15 razor clams in about 30 minutes. Mission successful! We will be back soon. I hope my video entertains, and informs. We had fun shooting it. Maybe next time Survival Bros will show you how we cook the squirmy grub. Thanks for visiting my blog. Comments are always appreciated. Happy hunting. Peace and love.
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