It's quite often that we come across videos people put on YouTube or Facebook from their trip into Yellowstone and we watch with joy. Sometimes one hits the web that goes above and beyond in making us feel relaxed and peaceful.

We get caught up in life sometimes and forget to stop and look at the beauty that surrounds us. In the 1986 movie 'Ferris Buller's Day Off', Mathew Broderick (who plays Ferris) has a line that makes a lot of sense:

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. -Ferris Bueller

As the days get shorter and fall moves in, I've been trying to take that exact outlook on life. There are so many different options to see, I turned to Social Media to get an idea of places to go and things to see. As I was scrolling on YouTube and seeing some of the spectacular views through the eyes of those that took the videos. It's always interesting to see what others feel is important enough to want to capture either as a picture of video.

The YouTube page "Overland Uncharted" is a page ran by a man, his wife and their 2 kids. They have grasped onto the Ferris Bueller way of thinking by selling their house, quitting their jobs, selling their truck and converted a van into a house on wheels so they can travel the country and see what they've been missing.

It looks like they've been having a blast since they hit the road and started this incredible journey, with many ups and downs along the way. Over the last few weeks the family has been making their way around the Cowboy State. Take a look at a couple of their incredible videos below.

Breathtaking Fall Photos From Across Wyoming

Have You Seen "Rocket" Traveling Around Wyoming?

"Rocket" is the unofficial mascot for Wyoming's Bureau of Land Management. He has spent the summer traveling all over the state of Wyoming showing off amazing camping spots, beautiful scenery, and educating Wyomingites.

Pictures of the Stunning Popo Agie Wilderness Area in Wyoming

The Popo Agie Wilderness rea is part of the Shoshone National Forest and is located in the mountains outside of Lander, Wyoming. The trail shown in this picture is closed to motor vehicles, the only way to see these sites is to ride in on horseback or hike in.