Top 10 Best small towns in America. I added some Polls to the video.
Best small towns in America.My favorite is #6. I will relocate there someday.
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Northwest Trek Wildlife Park (Things to do in Eatonville with Kids): Look Who's Traveling
Washington Road Trip, day 3. In this episode of the travel vlog, we visit Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville. Northwest Trek Wildlife Park is a 723-acre wildlife park that features a tram tour which takes visitors through a 435-acre free-range area. We also go ziplining on a Zip Wild Challenge Course.
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Bainbridge Island with Kids:
Tacoma with Kids:
Northwest Trek Wildlife Park:
Mount Rainier National Park:
Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad:
San Juan Island with Kids:
This is a travel vlog that explores the West from a kid's perspective. We visit amusement parks, museums, festivals, and other family friendly attractions.
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Explore Washington Recreation: Juniper Dunes Off-Highway Vehicle Area
Juniper Dunes consists of three adjoining areas comprising approximately 19,600 acres. Each area has different designations and use regulations:
Juniper Dunes Wilderness - The 7,100-acre wilderness area, designated in 1984, is fenced. Motorized and mechanized use (including bicycles and game carts) is strictly prohibited within the wilderness area.
OHV Open Area - A 3,920-acre off-highway vehicle (OHV) area is designated as Open to OHV use. Cross-country travel is permissible throughout the Open area.
Area of Critical Environmental Concern - Lastly, within the 8,620-acre ACEC, motorized travel is limited to existing routes - to protect natural resources no off-route travel is allowed.
Know Before You Go:
Juniper Dunes is open YEAR ROUND.
Helmets, safety flags on whip masts, and current state registration and tabs/stickers are required on all OHVs.
There are no services available.
Although Juniper Dunes is open to the public, portions of Peterson Road are privately owned. Public access is contingent on the willingness of adjacent landowners to permit the public to cross their property to reach the BLM public lands.
From Spokane, head west on I-90 then take US-395 south to E Foster Wells Rd. in Pasco, WA. Turn left onto E Foster Wells Rd., then left on Pasco Kahlotus Rd. and then turn left onto Peterson Rd. The destination will be on your right.
Popular uses of the wilderness area include picnicking and camping, some hiking, horseback riding, and hunting. Outside the wilderness area, the primary recreational activity at Juniper Dunes is OHV use in the Open area.
BLM Spokane District Office
1103 N. Fancher Road
Spokane, WA 99212
Discovery at Northwest Trek - Adventures in RV Living
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In this installment of @3TailsRV1, We take you for a ride on the Discovery Tram tour at Northwest Trek wildlife park, Eatonville, WA. When was the last time you spied a massive moose? Waved at a herd of bison? Turned the corner to see a majestic elk at the edge of a lake? Well sit back and enjoy the ride.
On a Discovery Tram Tour, you'll enjoy a comfortable ride through 435 acres of stunning meadows and forests. You'll get eye-to-eye with fascinating animals as they explore their natural habitat.
A friendly naturalist narrates each tour, sharing fun facts about the animals you're seeing. Every season offers something new: baby animals in spring and summer, elk bugling in the fall, and animals in thick woolly coats in winter. Each tour is different!
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Get back to nature at NW Trek Wildlife Park (part 1)
In the 1930's, Dr. David and Connie Hellyer purchased over 400 acres of land in Pierce County for an unbelievable price. They made their home there for over 40 years, until - in 1975 - they opened Northwest Trek Wildlife Park. Join Erich Ebel, your fearless field guide to Washington State history, heritage, and culture, on a journey to discover the species that make the Northwest such an amazing place to call home.
Music: Happy Rock, bensound.com
Photos: City of Eatonville, Tacoma Metropolitan Parks District, Northwest Trek, VisitRainier.com,
SEEDS members visit the Trail of Giants at Pack Research Forest, Washington State
Old Growth Forest. Bask in the enchantment!
Flow of Ganga
Ganga - Ganges. The Heavenly River of India.
She flows like this in Haridwar. If you just slips in, she will carry you easily just like you were her child.
All of the faces of Ganga Mata, you can see here.