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California and September

Good Sunday morning! We are currently being unloaded just outside of Bakersfield, California.

It was a fantastic drive from Illinois to Colorado and some serious testing of Starlink’s abilities. We were able to broadcast virtually everything along the way including the Rocky Mountains, Eisenhower Tunnel, Glenwood Canyon, Virgin River Gorge, and many other known trouble spots. Oh, and the 105 mile space that we only ever recorded because of zero cell phone signal – San Rafael Swell and beautiful Utah!

Because we are most likely the very first person to livestream from many of those desolate places, we were given a special design by Road Crew Kevin! Only 100 have been produced. Get yours why we still have them!

6 thoughts on “California and September

  1. forget the gorge. what’s beautiful to a country boy was coming down Tehachapi and looking to the left and seeing endless flat fertile farmland from horizon to horizon.

    “Bakersfield is a significant hub for both agriculture and energy production. Kern County is the most productive oil-producing county in California[13] and the fourth most productive agricultural county (by value) in the United States.[14] Industries in and around Bakersfield include natural gas and other energy extraction, mining, petroleum refining, distribution, food processing, and corporate regional offices.[15] The city is the birthplace of the country music genre known as the Bakersfield sound”.

  2. Heck ya

  3. Except for the tunnel in Glenwood Canyon, Starlink was excellent on this trip. Now we just need runs in Montana, Arizona & New Mexico to complete the tests

  4. I have to say that this Starlink has made the riding along experience with you an interesting discovery of new places and territory we wouldn’t have been able to see otherwise and I guess it is spoiling you or am I wrong? Anyway, really am enjoying seeing the Albany to City of Industry trip where I saw a part of Idaho outside of Homedale that would have been off limits because of the canyons 95 goes through and the fact it’s off the grid once you get far enough out.

    1. doesn’t spoil me any. I have been viewing all this beautiful scenery already. I am glad the technology has finally arrived to now show YOU

  5. Well i am so relieved Steve didn’t have to stay in Bakersfield this time as Buck Owens song tells of problems one can have occur to him in Balewresfield!! Also glad that Steve was not stuck in Lodi again!! Now if he can only get out of California!! Love and blessings my wish for all wonderful BRT Crew and Steve!!

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