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    Keep driving until you get there

    Directed by Guillaume Beaudoin 2015 4 min
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    I was surprised of how easy the act of leaving was and how good it felt, and suddenly the world was rich of possibility.

    We left our freezing hometown Montreal (Canada) and headed South in our 1989 GMC conversion van with our surfboards, skateboards, Panasonic GH4, Go Pro 4 and drone. The goal was to make it to Baja California while visiting as much US landmarks as possible.

    0:29 : New York City, NY
    0:53 : Washington, DC
    1:05 : Nashville, TN
    1:19 : Somewhere in Texas
    1:30 : Entering New Mexico
    1:50 : White Sands National Monument, NM
    2:10 : Somewhere between Missile Range and the NASA offices, NM
    2:20 : Tent Rocks National Monument, NM
    2:34 : Taos, New Mexico
    2:42 : Crossing the Colorado River, Marble Canyon, NM
    2:45 : Monument Valley, AR/UT
    3:11 : Antelope Canyon, AR
    3:21 : Grand Canyon (South Rim) We could'nt see anything!!
    3:33 : Los Angeles, CA
    3:46 : San Carlos, Baja California, MX

    Producer : Julien Roussin Côté (http://www.julienrouss.in)
    Directed by : Guillaume Beaudoin (http://www.guillaumebeaudoin.com)
    Sound : Tim Buron (https://www.behance.net/timburon)
    Music : Ages and Ages - Divisionary (http://www.agesandages.com)

    More pictures and vanlife stories here : http://www.go-van.com
    Get your Go-Van merch! : http://shop.go-van.com/

    Support our friends :
    Poler Stuff (http://www.polerstuff.com)
    Boutique Archive (http://www.boutiquearchive.com)
    Ouisurf (http://www.ouisurf.ca)
    Firewire Surfboards (http://www.firewiresurfboards.com)
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    Keep driving until you get there

    I was surprised of how easy the act of leaving was and how good it felt, and suddenly the world was rich of possibility.

    We left our freezing hometown Montreal (Canada) and headed South in our 1989 GMC conversion van with our surfboards, skateboards, Panasonic GH4, Go Pro 4 and drone. The goal was to make it to Baja California while visiting as much US landmarks as possible.

    0:29 : New York City, NY
    0:53 : Washington, DC
    1:05 : Nashville, TN
    1:19 : Somewhere in Texas
    1:30 : Entering New Mexico
    1:50 : White Sands National Monument, NM
    2:10 : Somewhere between Missile Range and the NASA offices, NM
    2:20 : Tent Rocks National Monument, NM
    2:34 : Taos, New Mexico
    2:42 : Crossing the Colorado River, Marble Canyon, NM
    2:45 : Monument Valley, AR/UT
    3:11 : Antelope Canyon, AR
    3:21 : Grand Canyon (South Rim) We could'nt see anything!!
    3:33 : Los Angeles, CA
    3:46 : San Carlos, Baja California, MX

    Producer : Julien Roussin Côté (http://www.julienrouss.in)
    Directed by : Guillaume Beaudoin (http://www.guillaumebeaudoin.com)
    Sound : Tim Buron (https://www.behance.net/timburon)
    Music : Ages and Ages - Divisionary (http://www.agesandages.com)

    More pictures and vanlife stories here : http://www.go-van.com
    Get your Go-Van merch! : http://shop.go-van.com/

    Support our friends :
    Poler Stuff (http://www.polerstuff.com)
    Boutique Archive (http://www.boutiquearchive.com)
    Ouisurf (http://www.ouisurf.ca)
    Firewire Surfboards (http://www.firewiresurfboards.com)

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