Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Music: Stole the Show (ft. Parson James) *I do not own the rights to this song
Camera: Go Pro Hero 5
Location: Up A Creek (Auntie Belhams), Outdoor Gravity Park, Mellow Mushroom, Surglands Shine, Golf Course and Gatlinburg SkyLift
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