Hi my name is Kim and my name is David.
And we’re from Ohio and we live full-time in our Allegro bus, that we
have not yet named. And the name of our YouTube channel is North Blast
Adventures. Welcome to the vlog! Good morning guys! From Liard Hot
Springs off the Alaska Highway in British Columbia. I lied to you last
night we didn’t go into the hot springs. It just never cooled down.It was so
hot that I had to cut the sleeves off another one of my t-shirts. But hey! It’s
better than throwing them away. It’s like giving them a second life. So ahhhh…. Yeah! We’re here
this morning. It’s probably about 62 degrees. So little on the warm side but
it’s going to get up to the 80s today. And we wanted to make sure to check out
the hot springs before everything heats up…. This boardwalk through the marshlands is pretty awesome. You can almost always see waterfowl or something out hear. Okay! So here are the hot springs. And
what you need to remember when visiting hot springs is there’s always going to
be a hotter end where the water comes in from the spring itself. And then….. There’s
always going to be a cooler end where the water leaves the pool. Alright! So
we’re going to go relax and we will see you on the road! Alright guys! We initially thought we might
be camping in a pullout tonight. But we’re coming into Whitehorse and quickly
running out of steam. The dogs are getting anxious, I’m getting tired, back is
starting to hurt…. So since we’re here in Whitehorse and there’s a Walmart just a matter
of a few miles away….We’re going to head on over. And I think you guys might find
this Walmart interesting because it has a reputation for having a wide variety
of RV campers so…..Let’s see if it stands up to its reputation!….. And it looks like
the Whitehorse Walmart is not gonna disappoint! Don’t you know the Walmart ethical code?
No Jacks! Alright guys! We are settled in and I
think today’s total was roughly about 400 miles. I got some really fun people
from New Zealand in front of us. And he says he’s going to import or export, depends on
which direction you’re going…. This 1998 Vectra to New Zealand and it will sell
for like a hundred and fifty thousand dollars!…Like that’s a 98 and yeah it’s got
some wear on just like getting 98 should if it’s been used!…But 150,000!!… So I found that off the interesting. Heck! I’m thinking import-export business
for old class a motor homes. What do you guys think? Alright I know today’s
video wasn’t much of a vlog but it’s real life! And that’s the way it goes.
Thanks for watching. Make sure you hit that subscribe button and we’ll see you


99 Responses

  1. clyde alspaugh

    August 3, 2017 6:09 pm

    I would love to see a post stay commentary from you on this. Your video title included "Walmart Violators" and your description stated "and it's one of the worst Walmart's we've ever stayed at." Yet your video addressed neither of these things. While I enjoyed the scenery and I enjoy your videos in general, I was led to believe that I would hear more about your experience at this Walmart location. Do you have a video that addresses this? If not, please consider making one. Thanks and keep making the vids. Blessings.

  2. Scott McCloud

    August 6, 2017 10:41 am

    Thanks for taking the time and effort to post. My parrot, Ruby, and I have recently gone full time in an elderly Monaco Dynasty. Hope to see you guys on that dusty trail.

  3. JAG

    August 7, 2017 2:01 pm

    I'm all for RV's being in Walmart especially if it keeps them from taking up parking places in truck stops and rest areas. Its really annoying to find a pickup camper blocking all of a 75' tractor trailer spot when I'm nearly out of hours. Asking them to move is comparable to asking to have sex with their wife. Always causes trouble.

  4. charles k

    August 7, 2017 3:50 pm

    who really gives a shit about some stoners living like dogs in a run down camper at wally world

  5. alaskangal82

    August 8, 2017 5:29 am

    Oh Whitehorse sticks out to me. Due that when driving from AK to Utah in 2001? I left my Nokia in a bathroom at a store, walked right back in to grab it and BAM stolen that quick and not turned into the lost and found. Jerks. hahaha. Not that I hold on to grudges. 😉

    I am going to binge watch some videos and catch up. I know by some of the titles going to be homesick. Just ate our last fillet of Halibut had gotten sent for Christmas and down to five salmon fillets. OH NO..

    Wow they just let their jacks down, don't even have their vehicle hooked up anymore. I thought Walmart was a one night quick boondock type of situation?/

  6. Deb Ski

    August 26, 2017 9:18 pm

    Your title indicated the topic to be camping violators and why that particular Walmart is "one of the worst Walmart's we've ever stayed at." Clickbait indeed. I'll be thumbing down on this deceptive video.

  7. thumperpaul

    August 27, 2017 8:44 pm

    I live in Vancouver BC, Canada and the Walmart by my work was full of these RV squatters. It got so out of hand that the city of Vancouver issued notice for them to leave. I remember one decrepit C class was leaking sewage from its black/ grey outlet for months, as well as leaving a huge oil or ATF stain underneath it. Fucking disgusting. I can understand overnight parking, but these people were living out of their rotting, horrific RVs for months for free. Made the area look like a refugee camp, and it was very difficult for the employees at my work to find parking. Fuck these scumbags.

  8. newsveteran

    August 28, 2017 3:00 pm

    Intro is WAY too long.. walking shot was useless, what does your cutting of sleeves, over use of a drone and hot springs have to do with Walmart camping? You don't get to Walmart until 5:23 into the video, and WHY in the heck are these campers "violators?" EXPLAIN that… LIST the violations, GIVE TIPS on the proper etiquette. Useless video.

  9. Nml45

    September 8, 2017 11:42 pm

    Yeah, been there, didn't camp there but saw the RVs. You know interestingly enough we were in the same area on our way to Alaska at the same time, of course I hadn't discovered your videos then. Anyway, this video was one I really enjoyed. We saw brown bears along the road, maybe you did also and just didn't record them.

  10. headdown1

    September 11, 2017 1:09 am

    I recently spent some time at the Whitehorse Walmart with my 5th wheel while traveling in the Yukon. I found it to be awesome. It is obvious that management does not care if you put out your slides, so I don't consider it any kind of violation. And many of us have trailers that are not really accessible with the slides in. I have heard of people asking Walmart management if they could put their slides out, and they said they didn't even know what they were talking about, or care once it was explained. So how does management being more tolerant make this Walmart one of the worst you have seen? To me it makes it one of the best. This is the Yukon, and maybe people are not quite as tight – assed as those folks farther south. I always show my appreciation for the parking spot for the night by spending a good amount of money in their store, as almost every RVer in the parking lot does. It looks like a win/win to me.

  11. Steven Van Densen

    September 13, 2017 4:59 pm

    hey great just can't do it in San Diego California no single world in Walmart or malls or anywhere like that

  12. Rumelynut

    September 17, 2017 12:32 am

    Shipping an RV to NZ….Good luck with that!…..we are right hand drive here and power is 240v so although you can ship anything here its expensive to make road compliant and on top of this NZ is already swamped with RVs for sale…..Best suggestion is to send a cheap high spc RV here and sit it on a plot of land as cheap holiday accommodation….That said…there is no cheap land here anymore ……..Oh well back to the drawing board


    September 24, 2017 5:35 pm

    The Walmart violators are going to screw it up for EVERYONE. Their attadude must be "I got mine, F–k you." Other rv'ers MUST complain to them and Walmart that we're not them and let Walmart know we complained to the violators and their not making the changes to obey the Walmart rules and must be removed.


    September 24, 2017 5:42 pm

    The Walmart violators MUST be Ostracized by other Rv'ers.Their screwing it up for other Rv'ers. We must respect Walmart rules.

  15. Don Smith

    September 28, 2017 9:59 am

    It is refreshing to see a video where the person making it knows what he/she are doing. Good job, interesting and thought provoking. Copped a sub and look forward to more in the future.

  16. Hans Rippe

    October 3, 2017 12:52 am

    $250000 plus Motor-Home & no money for a camp-ground !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! cheap-cheap-cheap !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. Selina Serrano

    October 13, 2017 10:09 pm

    I ALWAYS spell O H I O. Worked with an older gentlemen who spelled it out every time he visited his sister, the sister. Leo the porter.

  18. That Bob Guy

    October 14, 2017 4:10 am

    Got to agree with a lot of other commenters – saving the Walmart stuff for the last two minutes of the video qualifies as clickbait. Thumbs pointed downward 🙁

  19. Dr K.

    October 17, 2017 9:05 am

    What's with the problem with the Walmart?
    I don't know what they mean?
    Unhooked, set up?
    Can someone explain?
    Thank you

  20. Erin

    October 19, 2017 11:00 pm


  21. Drew Kirk

    October 21, 2017 2:36 am

    I have never shopped in a WM. If everybody else never did, people wouldn't need to live in their cars and vans.

  22. Walter Knight

    October 24, 2017 11:11 am

    This was a nice scenic video of you driving down the road. However, it totally failed to convey the information that was promised. So the school teacher gives your video the grade of F. Sorry but you do not get a like from me. Keep trying. God bless and keep you safe.

  23. Linc Qimiq

    October 27, 2017 8:18 pm

    I been there many signs in park on side of road .. i don't remember where it was ….it was 5 years ago

  24. W Campbell

    November 4, 2017 8:22 pm

    yes this is exactly why more and more walmarts are not allowing overnight parking because of ASSHOLES like this taking advantage, IT IS A WALMART PARKING LOT, NOT A CAMP GROUND, OR YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY. Have some respect, and common sense.

  25. peter Marr

    November 10, 2017 6:14 am

    Australians and New Zealanders get ripped off on most things due to small populations
    a 20000usd travel trailer equivalent in aus cost $70000 aud or about 55000 usd.
    Don't get me started about cars !

  26. Living Life And Loving It

    November 11, 2017 4:10 pm

    Beautiful scenery. What was the couples youtube channel, couldn't understand exactly what he said

  27. Brenda L.

    November 12, 2017 9:15 pm

    There was NOTHING about what made the RVs violators. Total click bait. 'No jacks' was only said as an etiquette, which makes no sense either. Some of the drone footage and views was pretty neat, but I watched the video to find out about camping at Walmart and camping violators. Sheesh. It's getting to where you can't trust a title anymore.

  28. Kathleen Buxton

    January 25, 2018 3:46 pm

    Remember the steering wheel is on the opposite side in Newzealand …..just a thought before you export older models ….but enjoy your trip …love your show .."

  29. BilgemasterBill

    March 3, 2018 4:07 am

    "WALMART camping VIOLATORS"??? Hell, I was expecting to at the very least see meth-mouthed mutants and their nekkid inbred spawn at the very least roasting a dog on a spit or some other "The Hills Have Eyes" carryings on. Oh, clutch the pearls, Jolene! Why, they've leveled their camper!

  30. Olivia Hardin

    March 10, 2018 9:17 am

    "One of the worst Walmarts we ever stayed at." made me laugh because I've never heard that before. I've heard plenty of people say "one of the worst Walmarts we've ever "shopped" at. I mean, after all, it's a retail store, not a campground. lol. Do people ever camp at Target or K-mart or Macy's? Beautiful scenery, btw.

  31. Evematrix102

    March 13, 2018 6:08 am

    With my kind work i could totally get away with liveing ina rv, trouble is finding one suitable, for it, Truck/campers i thought alot about, but travel trailers seems more decent but when you ask a company that sells travel trailers is this 4 season they kinda pause and look at you funny lol

  32. J. Wesley Stevenson

    June 3, 2018 9:42 pm

    If you are an RVer and like water toys or fishing boats, Look into Expandacraft, a modular watercraft that stores in small spaces and converts into all sorts of different craft. Oh, and we ship all over the world.

  33. richard wilmot Ph.D

    June 7, 2018 1:21 am

    Walmart started out in Reynolds, Arkansas in 1962 selling cut rate merchandise (crap that people didn't need)… but Wally Mart knew America needed to spend money as by that time spending money with God emblazoned on it had become a form of prayer. Wally Mart realized he could make money simply by advertising crap as the 'lowest possible price'… which is what he was selling.

    What brought Walmart to full throttle? Women's panties! Ten for a dollar! And in an environment– the Bible Belt– where a woman could still get her face slapped for saying panties in public. Now people could talk about sex by talking about cheap panties! Women had panty modeling parties and men who wore panties went insane.

    Due to Walmart offering cheap panties to sexually inhibited puritan America it ushered in the sexual revolution, the women's movement and the gay rights movement.


    Wal-Mart greedy Walton family exposed + underground bunker!


    Alice Walton daughter of Sam Walton founder of Walmart was arrested for driving drunk. She was driving home from her 62nd birthday party in Weatherford, Texas with a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit.

    She said to the cop: "Do U know who I am, Bitch?"

    The cop didn't know she was the 21rst richest person in the world or the 10th in the USA.


  34. Service Dog In Training Chopper

    June 7, 2018 10:57 pm

    Violators? If that Walmart allows it, how are they violators? Clickbait!

  35. Mr. Mark

    June 17, 2018 6:49 pm

    So you badmouth it and watch them take away the privilege of staying there….not too smart.

  36. Don Gordon

    September 5, 2018 3:50 pm

    So…over 5 minutes into your shaky video, you finally hit the topic! What a ghetto area you're in…and you stayed there with all those campers?? Oh, yea…it was FREE, huh??

  37. V Mco

    September 7, 2018 4:43 am

    Yikes! This was were a mother was mauled to death by a bear that appeared suddenly , while her two children watched. Man that tried to help was also killed

  38. kai kito

    June 28, 2019 5:12 am

    As far as I am aware you no longer RV.So may I ask the following: why ARE Walmart so tolerant of RVs?I especially have to ask for people- who judging by the quality of these RVs can afford the cost of a caravan park ($30-50 per night?) – abuse the car park.And it IS a car park.It IS what it was designed for.And this Walmart car park especially….talk about taking the piss!!I don't understand.So please explain.Please.Thank you.

  39. Buck Spammhammer

    November 8, 2019 12:31 am

    In my own experience of running wild and free I've found that cutting the seat out of my jeans make them far cooler. Dogs seem to like me better too…


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