Video feature: An Early Spring Hike

Video feature: An Early Spring Hike

By Valerie Polk, GSMA Videographer and Publications Associate

We're happy to see that many of you have been enjoying our videos! Today I thought I would share a video from a hike I took two years ago with my husband and daughter. It was a cool day, and early spring wildflowers were just beginning to poke their way into the world. Birds were singing, a breeze was blowing, and hikers were laughing and chatting up and down the trail. Enjoy this peaceful escape, a virtual hike to see spring wildflowers and a waterfall.

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