Here is a short video of Neal and Kirk crossing a small creek at the bottom of a waterfall that we encountered this weekend. I was taking the video and wisely decided to go last. 😉
Hehe, Neal and Kirk in Man vs Wild – you’re supposed to eat a raw snake and make a shelter in the trees using nothing but grass 😀
Oh good nothing too incriminating I see, thank god for that. The funniest part was getting your ass across, now that should of been something to vid …. Too bad I was yanking your left arm out of its socket to keep your dry. Ploughing through those reeds was intense.
No snakes Flem, I see a snake I’m not in a 10 mile radius PERIOD! I maybe getting old and well we’ll just say larger, but I see a snake and you would not see something move faster than me in the other direction.
Was waiting for the funnest home video moment wasn’t someone supposed to fall in??????
Wow, how far out of Perth are these falls? I want to visit them… Looks like you guys had a good time :p
HAHAHA i agree mel someone should have fallen…..anything for the shot hey fellas
You said it Clint. Anything for the shot! No one mentioned that for about 5 mins I was walking around in my jocks actually contemplating jumping into the bottom of the stream LOL.
i was not going to release that sensitive information 😉
I too was waiting for someone to fall. Next time. Keep the camera rolling and your bound to catch something.
Snakes are amazing! Next time can we see you battling a western brown with your tripod ? I actually saw and photographed a western brown at Jim Jim Falls, was high on this experience all day!
Next time I promise we’ll tackle a snake, yell out ‘Crikey’, Neal will then kiss it and release it.
lol nice video Jamie not as incriminating as i thought it would be . You didnt show the 20 meter drop off just down
There is no way I was getting any where near that 20M drop!
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