RV Nomad Life | Turquoise Trail RV Park Aerial/Tour
Turquoise Trail RV Park is located 15 minutes east of Albuquerque. This video contains aerial and a walking tour of the park.
The mountains block the noise and light from the city creating an amazing night sky full of stars! The RV Park is open year around, but can be considerably colder in the winter, at 7,000 ft elevation. The RV Park is located about 45 minutes from Sandia Peak Ski Area, and about 20 minutes from the entrance to Cibola National Forest.
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Phone: (505) 281 - 2005
Turquoise Trail Campground
22 Calvary Road, Cedar Crest, New Mexico 87008
▶About Us: John is a 3x Combat Veteran (Army), Laura was a Veterinary Technician, in 2016 they downsized and sold nearly everything they owned and moved into a 5th Wheel (Cedar Creek), bought a dually and left their former lives behind for travel and adventures. They travel with one cat (Socks) and 2 Dogs (Bullet and Kimber) all over the United States. Their rig went back to the factory in 2017, helped film a movie were cast in the movie RV Nomads, and wrote a book called #RVLife: Seeking Happiness Through A Nomadic Life. #RVLife is the first in a series written about their journey to freedom by bucking societal norms and living their own adventures.
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Places to see in ( Fresno - USA )
Places to see in ( Fresno - USA )
Fresno is a city in California's San Joaquin Valley. Created in the early 1900s, Forestiere Underground Gardens consists of Roman-catacombs-inspired subterranean passages and courtyards. Fresno Chaffee Zoo has sea lions and a stingray touch pool. Sprawling, trail-lined Woodward Park is home to the Shinzen Japanese Garden. The city is a base for Yosemite National Park, with its waterfalls and giant rock formations.
Neighborhoods of Fresno :
Downtown : Fulton Street in Downtown Fresno was Fresno's main financial and commercial district before being converted into one of the nation's first pedestrian malls in 1964. Renamed the Fulton Mall, the area contains the densest collection of historic buildings in Fresno.
Sunnyside : The neighborhood of Sunnyside is on Fresno's far southeast side, bounded by Chestnut Avenue to the West. Its major thoroughfares are Kings Canyon Avenue and Clovis Avenue. Although parts of Sunnyside are within the City of Fresno, much of the neighborhood is a county island within Fresno County.
Tower District : The popular neighborhood known as the Tower District is centered around the historic Tower Theatre, which is included on the National Register of Historic Places. The Tower District is a hub for community events such as Jamaica My Weekend, Mardi Gras in February, Gay Pride Parade, car shows, A Taste of The Tower, Halloween in the Tower, and the Farmer's Market opened on the North-West Corner of Olive and Van Ness. The area is also known for its early twentieth century homes, many of which have been restored in recent decades. The area includes many California Bungalow and American Craftsman style homes, Spanish Colonial Revival Style architecture, Mediterranean Revival Style architecture, Mission Revival Style architecture, and many Storybook houses designed by Fresno architects, Hilliard, Taylor & Wheeler. The residential architecture of the Tower District contrasts with the newer areas of tract homes urban sprawl in north and east areas of Fresno.
Huntington Boulevard : Homes from the early 20th century line this boulevard in the heart of the historic Alta Vista Tract. The section of Huntington Boulevard between First Street on the west to Cedar Avenue on the east is the home to many large, stately homes.
Van Ness Extension : North of Shaw Avenue, Van Ness continues as the Van Ness Extension, between Marks Avenue and West Avenue. Van Ness Extension is considered the most prestigious neighborhood in the city.
West Side : The West Side of Fresno, also often called Southwest Fresno, is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. The neighborhood lies southwest of the 99 freeway (which divides it from Downtown Fresno), west of the 41 freeway and south of Nielsen Ave (or the newly constructed 180 Freeway), and extends to the city limits to the west and south. The neighborhood is traditionally considered to be the center of Fresno's African-American community. It is culturally diverse and also includes significant Mexican-American and Asian-American (principally Hmong or Laotian) populations.
Woodward Park : In the north eastern part of Fresno, Woodward Park was founded by the late Ralph Woodward, a long-time Fresno resident.
Sierra Sky Park : Formed in 1946, Sierra Sky Park Airport is a residential airport community born of a unique agreement in transportation law to allow personal aircraft and automobiles to share certain roads.
A lot to see in Fresno such as :
Artists' Repertory Theatre
Children's Musical Theatreworks
Center State Productions
Fresno Grand Opera
Roger Rocka's Dinner Theater & 2nd Space Theatre (Good Company Players)
Youth Orchestras of Fresno
Woodward Shakespeare Festival
Tower Theatre – Tower Theatre for the Performing Arts
Warnors Theatre – Warnor's Center for the Performing Arts
Wilson Theatre – currently Cornerstone Church
Veteran's Memorial Auditorium
African-American Museum of the San Joaquin Valley
Armenian Museum of Fresno
Forestiere Underground Gardens
Fresno Art Museum
Kearney Mansion Museum
Legion of Valor Museum
Meux Home Museum
Old Fresno Water Tower Tourist Center
Fresno Chaffee Zoo
Sierra Endangered Cat Haven (Fresno County)
Yosemite National Park
( Fresno - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Fresno . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Fresno - USA
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398 Claryville Road, Claryville, NY 12725 - Hart Ranch in the Catskills - For Sale
A one of a kind luxury equestrian compound located in coveted Claryville, NY on 67 park like acres. Built on one of the oldest 3 generation family fly fishing camps in the Catskill Mountains, this compound provides the comforts of a 5 star resort in a natural yet sophisticated setting. This ranch consists of the 6,000 sq ft main house, 1,300+ sq ft guest house, 60’x40’ (2,400 sq ft) storage garage and a 40’x30 (1200 sq ft) stable. The main and guest houses are constructed of large hand-hewn Douglas Fir logs from British Columbia. The 2 outbuildings are authentic mortise and tendon structures, representing superb craftsmanship while reminiscent of a time gone by. Reclaimed timber from this property was used for their construction. All of this is centered on a nature preserve teeming with wildlife and rests on the crest of Claryville Hill affording magnificent views to the west. Featured are many walking/bridle paths, pastures, wooded and cleared areas. There is unlimited potential for future development on property for activities to include a short game practice area with driving range, covered arena, competitive trail work area, tennis court or pickleball court(s), pool/catena or other.
Reclaimed old growth oak flooring
Custom furniture throughout
4 bedrooms – Master with stone fireplace
3 full & 1 half baths with premium tile and custom cabinetry in all
3 season porch with Franklin gas stove
Cedar closet in master suite
Commercial Kitchen – with wood mode cabinetry, custom copper sinks and stove hood, Wolf range with griddle, Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer & breakfast bar with island sink
Full Bar – Game Room
2 floors of radiant heat (Basement and Main floor) plus propane. Additional system for forced hot air .
Pella Premium doors and windows throughout with semi-reflective glass
Magnificent Mountain views from 60’x12’ deck, balcony, and most rooms.
1 Bedroom / 1 Full bath with jetted tub and slate tile
1 gas fireplace
Premium kitchen with wolf range and sub-zero refrigerator.
Balcony with magnificent mountain views.
3 car finished garage and workshop
Eat in Kitchen or Dining Room
In-Law Suite on Apt
In-Home Fitness Center
Terrace / Outdoor Space
Wine Cellar / Grotto
Fireplace In Master Br
Bath - Jacuzzi Tub
Stall Shower And Tub
high tech cabling
Radiant Floor Heating
- Asking $6.8 Million