Land Ops ARC (an ARRL affiliate adventure radio club) has been getting some mixed reviews for our "out-of-the-norm" video releases on QRZ. Previously our "Silence of the Hams" video operation that was conducted at night in the mountains came under fire for, guess what, not using our radios. We also promise to use CW next time when doing flash codes. This was meant to be adventure challenges and I guess we are just a little out-of-the-box in more ways than one. Another release, "Driving Into Reward Mine" video was criticized for the danger of carbon monoxide gases we exposed ourselves to. After driving our trucks a quarter mine inside of a mountain we performed a simple VHF test. Even though we took precautions this simple trip report got some flack for that. So we thought we'd post a more traditional video about our HF inspirations, but we're already wondering if our HF inspirations are not really that traditional either. Okay...We're just trying to have fun here. So for those who dare to watch...We hope you will simply enjoy our style of radio adventuring and our explanation of what we are trying to do. We're looking for HF stations to coordinate with as far out as are interested. Watch at your own risk. Share your opinion regardless of how critical it might be. I guess we are getting use to it. Personally, I use to think we were fairly normal folks. Now we freely admit we are a little different from traditional ham material and news. If we are a little peculiar in our ham radio endeavors, perhaps we'll run into a few that share our strangeness and will reply and express their support for our ham radio fantasies. Now that's all I'm going to say except, please watch and enjoy the video.