The video for the catchy song from the Kancamaguas’ Blackfoot Highway is a classic and hits like this are a reminder of what makes this highway so special.
The song opens with a group of people standing on a hill, staring at a white, two-tone highway sign that looks almost exactly like the one seen in the trailer.
The first few seconds of the video show a small group of the road’s crew.
One of them pulls out a camera and starts filming the road, which has no traffic signs or stop signs.
It’s kind of like a mini-documentary, but without the editing.
The camera focuses on a man who’s looking over his shoulder as the camera follows him along the road.
He appears to be walking in a straight line, with the highway’s traffic signs in his front yard.
The road turns into a dirt road, with a sign that reads:Blackfoot highway, Blackfoot, Manitoba.
It ends in a dirt field.
It looks like the same road as the trailer shows in the teaser trailer.
As the video shows, the road looks like it could be in the area where Blackfoot was last seen.
The sign with the camera is a black rectangle with the words “Blackfoot.”
The next video features the same crew from the teaser, this time in a different part of the highway.
This video shows a couple walking along the highway, as if they are in a vehicle.
It turns out that this couple is actually the Kacambaguas.
The Kancampas are the people who live on the highway and are seen on the video.
This is where the real “Blackfeet” first appear, in the first trailer.
They are seen in an area that is almost entirely made of black soil.
They look like a white person.
The video ends with a woman who is not the Kacoamagus.
The woman has a white man’s face on her, and she is in the middle of walking.
The camera is on her as she walks.
It’s not a perfect photo, but it gives us a sense of the people living in the Blackfoot area.
There are no other signs or traffic signs, just a white road with no traffic.
The people on the road look like normal people, walking along with normal people.
A little while later, another woman is seen walking along a highway sign, but she is not on the Blackfeet road.
She is in a rural area, not in Blackfoot.
The only people on that highway are two men.
The trailer ends with this woman.
This is the first time we see her.
She’s walking in the opposite direction to the Black feet road sign.
The Kancamas live in an isolated area, but the trailer ends up showing us them as they do everything from farming to fishing.
This trailer ends in the KACAMAGUAS, Manitoba, home.
It shows the Black Feet road signs, but not the highway signs.
It is possible that the trailer was edited to give a false impression of the KACCAMAGUs, because it’s in the same place that the Black Foot road signs were filmed, on the same side of the property.
The Blackfeet people seem to be the people of the trailer, but we do not see them in Blackfeet.
They appear to be in an unknown area of the country.
This image was taken at a different location, on a different day.
This image was filmed in late May.
It also does not show any signs.
This was a very close-up photo of one of the Blackfooted Highway crew.
This photo shows what is likely a Kancama.
Kancama, an indigenous person, is an animal that lives in the forests of the Amazon, where they hunt, gather and raise food.
They eat grass, berries and nuts.
The crew of this Blackfoot video appears to not have any other cameras.
This crew is probably the same one from the trailer where the Kanchimaguas live.
This video ends, but they are seen again at a remote location, just off the highway in an abandoned building.
It seems like they are just trying to get back to Blackfoot when the trailer stops filming.
It seems like the KANCAAMAGUS are going to have to wait.