If you are craving a deep dive into what makes the American West so enchanting, then the latest edition of the ‘Somewhere on Earth’ documentary mini-series is a must-watch. Filmed with honesty and rawness, the documentary portrays the lives of everyday people who call the wild and beautiful West their home.
Meet Al Foul, a musician who traverses the deserted roads of Arizona daily in his old taxi, giving concerts in little towns and keeping his ties with a slice of genuine America. Richard Fox, born and raised in the mountains of Wyoming, has chosen to perpetuate the cowboy tradition by running his family’s ranch. With an infectious passion for the outdoors, Steph Davis’ playground is the mountains and canyons of Utah, where she engages in activities like climbing, skydiving, and base-jumping.
The documentary combines breathtaking footage of the vast landscape, heartwarming stories of genuine human connection, and a rich insight into what makes the American West so alluring. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or a homebody with a thirst for adventure, this documentary will transport you to a magical place where the pioneering spirit and dreams of fortune still live on.
So, if you’re looking for a new adventure or want to experience the wonders of the American West vicariously, then make sure to tune in to ‘Somewhere on Earth’ and let the beauty of the West wash over you.