For the first 10 videos from my trip, go back to this blog post.
This is footage from my flight over the Tar Sands of Northern Alberta. I took this footage a few days before I began my walk.
Part 11: The aftermath of my cow stampede in South Dakota. Plus, a rather striking hail storm.
Part 12: After many nights spent in a tent, a gentleman offers me the museum in the town of Mills, SD for the night. Plus, more cow encounters.
Part 13: Travels across the Cowboy Trail in Nebraska en route to Albion.
Part 15: (There's no Part 14.) In the town of Petersburg, I am escorted out of the county for supposedly breaking into two homes. Here's the audio of my conversation with the town deputy.
Part 16: I meet up with Nebraskan Rick Hammond, who puts me on a horse for the first time in my life.
Part 17: I go to a state meeting in Albion, Nebraska, where people from all over the state come to give comments about the proposed re-route of the Keystone XL.
Part 18: Nebraskan Rick Hammond decides to join the journey for a few days with the hope of stirring up publicity.
Part 19: Travels across southern Nebraska and Kansas. I meet up with the already-laid 2010 Keystone Pipeline.
Part 20: I interview Commissioner Dan Holub in Marion County, Kansas. He doesn't have many good things to say about the Keystone pipeline, which goes through his county.
Part 21: A dog accompanies me on Christmas Day in Kansas.
Part 23: Scared in Oklahoma.
Part 24: Soaked in Oklahoma.
Part 25: I bump into three members of Tar Sands Blockade in Cushing, Oklahoma.
Part 26: Some lessons in cooking in the backcountry. Author Storms Reback joins me in Texas.
Part 29: Interview with Mike Bishop, a Texas landowner whose property has been seized by TransCanada. They are currently laying the pipe in his property.