In 1936, the same year that he filmed Tarzan and the Rocky Gorge, a 16 year old Robbins Barstow joined his brother and five other boys on a journey of nearly 8,000 miles from Hartford, Connecticut to Montana and back. Led by a Hartford Seminary graduate student, the boys crossed 14 states and into Canada, camping along the way.

Before his death last year Robbins had the film, which he title The Adventure of the Galloping Geese, transferred to videotape, though sadly  it is lacking his trademark narration.