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Clymer Meadow is the Lost Prarie in Texas

Jason and Nikki join up with The Nature Conservancy of Texas to hike through Clymer Meadow near Greenville Texas. An educational video with a few twists and turns shows us a glimpse into the nearly extinct Texas Blackland Prairies.

Led by Jim Edson of the Nature Conservancy of Texas we’re sure to learn more than we ever expected on this tour. Enjoy!

Famous for my "how-not-to" videos, and typically the man behind the camera, sometimes I’m forced to be here in the “spotlight”. When you see my face you’re probably reading something more technical than adventurous, but either way I do my best to tell it like it is and infuse my opinions into the commentary…after all this is a blog and not MSN.

Comments (10)

  • Michelle

    OMG! I was cracking up when Nikki got stuck in the mud. You guys are inspiring. Living the dream…I just started following your blog this morning. Looking forward to reading this blog from the beginning. Adding videos is an awesome idea.

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  • George

    Loved the video! Love you guys!

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  • Jacob

    Very informative! watch out for the mud! Can't wait to see what's next on the Wynn Voyage

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    • Hey Jake,
      Pretty funny in the mud! I was planning to just continue filming, however when she turned back I knew she was really stuck. I thought it was in my best interest to help vs. rolling cameras…..Good times!

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  • Sadi Burress

    I definitely saw a few new things while watching this video. Can't wait to see what's next!

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    • Hey Brooke,
      Thanks for the comment! We love the fact you're excited about the next postings.

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  • Hunter

    You sure do have a knack for finding dewberries! Really enjoyed the video!

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    • Thanks for the positive words Hunter! You are correct, we love wild dewberries…..and they sure beat those nasty dingle berries. Catch you later, and stay tuned as we have more fun videos loading soon.

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