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The Inka Trail - Loki Hostel Inka Jungle Trek movie trailer - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
The Inka Trail - Loki Hostel Inka Jungle Trek movie trailer
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"Standing By" on the set of The Incredible Dr. Pol - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
"Standing By" on the set of The Incredible Dr. Pol
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The Rubber Duckies: Duck Day in Ithaca - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
The Rubber Duckies: Duck Day in Ithaca
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Carl The Severed Head: A Horror Movie Trailer - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Carl The Severed Head: A Horror Movie Trailer
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Mototaxi Crash Course with Duncan from the Adventurists - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Mototaxi Crash Course with Duncan from the Adventurists
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Mototaxi Junket 2014 Trailer - The Rubber Duckies - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Mototaxi Junket 2014 Trailer - The Rubber Duckies
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Duck Bucket Challenge - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Duck Bucket Challenge
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peteberg on I just released a drinking game app! (Makes Power Hour playlists from the music on your device). Here are some download codes. What do you guys think? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Best power hour app ever! Thanks Ali! I decided to pay for it even though you offered free downloads, because you deserve the money for liberating the Power Hour for us all. :)" - Pete Berg
Green Team Presents - B-ROLL: The Movie - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Green Team Presents - B-ROLL: The Movie
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peteberg on It's a rainy day where I live, so I made a little Burning Man montage - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"This was all shot on my iPhone 5 (about 60%) and GoPro 3+ (the wide angle shots)." - Pete Berg
Burning Man 2014 Montage - Awesome Town - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Burning Man 2014 Montage - Awesome Town
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peteberg on Seeking: Co-Pilot / Co-Adventurer for The Mototaxi Junket in October, a race across the entire length of Peru on a "sofa bike" (Oct. 2nd-18th, 2014) - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"The Mongol Rally ended up costing about $5000/person for our team of 3 (minus the $9000 we raised), but that's because we took an overly ambitious route (18 different countries), and we broke down A LOT -- we were aiming to do the rally in 6 weeks, and didn't finish until week 9. I spent 4 months abroad for the Mongol Rally. A month in Europe before the rally started, 9 weeks on the road, and another 3 weeks exploring Mongolia after we got to the finish line." - Pete Berg
peteberg on Seeking: Co-Pilot / Co-Adventurer for The Mototaxi Junket in October, a race across the entire length of Peru on a "sofa bike" - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Entry fee: $2000/team. ($1000/person for a team of 2, $666/person for a team of three) Cost of living in Peru: estimated $30/day per person (all in, about $600). Plus the cost of your roundtrip flight, into Piuria and out of Cuzco. We also have to raise money for charity, but that would not be an out of pocket expense." - Pete Berg
peteberg on Seeking: Co-Pilot / Co-Adventurer for The Mototaxi Junket in October, a race across the entire length of Peru on a "sofa bike" (Oct. 2nd-18th, 2014) - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Yeah...the fact that it's dangerous and that the vehicle sucks is kind of the point. :) I did the Mongol Rally a few years ago...offroaded with a 1 liter Fiat Seicento all the way across Central Asia & Mongolia. Also a vehicle not at all suited for the task." - Pete Berg
peteberg on Seeking: Co-Pilot / Co-Adventurer for The Mototaxi Junket in October, a race across the entire length of Peru on a "sofa bike" (Oct. 2nd-18th, 2014) - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"It starts in Piuria, and then most teams head east into the Amazon region before heading south toward Cuzco and the Andes." - Pete Berg
peteberg on I went to Burning Man for the first time and took a few pictures. I hope you like them: - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"I just got back from Burning Man as well - these are awesome. Thanks for sharing! I'm still sorting through my own 1000 pictures and tons of videos, but hope to post some of my own soon. :)" - Pete Berg
Here’s Walt Disney to Explain the Amazing Multiplane Camera - http://www.pieheaven.net/2014...
“Apparently” This Kid is Awesome, Steals the Show During Interview - http://www.pieheaven.net/2014...
Deranged Penguin from “Encounters at the End of the World” - http://www.pieheaven.net/2014...
Frank O´Hara reads “Having a Coke with you” - http://www.pieheaven.net/2014...
Crash and burn at the Middle School talent show - http://www.pieheaven.net/2014...
peteberg on Reddit, Can we have a reddit job fair? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"Reality TV Producer. I produce and direct reality shows. Currently working for National Geographic Channel, but I've done shows for A&E, History, TLC, Sundance, Spike and more. Pros: Can be a really creative and gratifying job, working with great crews and great people. Every show is a completely different experience. Travel is part of the job (I've been EVERYWHERE). Lots of time off and lots of flexibility in my schedule. Cons: Loooong work days (usually 12 - 14 hours per day). No benefits. Some shows are complete train wrecks and no fun to at all. Every gig is freelance, so there's little job security, especially when you're first starting out." - Pete Berg
Clothing of the future! (Circa 1939) - http://www.pieheaven.net/2014...
Springtime at the Dandelion House - Kansas City, Missouri - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Springtime at the Dandelion House - Kansas City, Missouri
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Cold Water Challenge 2014 - Chippewa River, Mt. Pleasant, MI - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Cold Water Challenge 2014 - Chippewa River, Mt. Pleasant, MI
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Painfully, he changed “is” to “was.” - http://www.sixwordstories.net/2014...
Born a twin; Graduated only child. - http://www.sixwordstories.net/2014...
peteberg on Where have your best "cheap" vacations been to? How much did you spend for how long, and was it worth it? - http://www.reddit.com/r...
"In 2008, I went backpacking in Asia for 6 months. Spent $5,000 total (not counting airfare) and traveled through Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Tibet, Nepal and India. I lived extremely cheaply, and pinched pennies the whole time, only took cheap public transportation and stayed in the cheapest hostels. For the majority of the time I was living on $10 - $20 a day. Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong were the most expensive parts, but I saved money by crashing with friends. In China (outside of the cities) and Nepal, living on $20 a day is not difficult at all if you don't mind roughing it a bit." - Pete Berg
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