Let's Visit the Freedom Trail (Boston, MA)
The Freedom Trail is a historical walk in the city of Boston, MA consisting of many sights dating as far back as colonial times and around the time of the American Revolution. The trail goes from Boston Common, the largest park in Boston, all the way to the USS Constitution. In this video, I show most of the landmarks from Boston Common over to the Charles River. I do not show the USS Constitution in this video although I would like to get over there in the future. I would highly recommend this historical walk when you are in Boston!
Although I also do not visit the Bunker Hill Monument in this video, I do visit the memorial in my return trip to Boston in 2017:
Touring Boston's Freedom Trail
British travel expert Simon Calder explores the 4 km Freedom Trail in Boston for The Independent.
Bay Circuit Trail Hanson MA: Burrage Pond Wildlife Management Area.
Burrage Pond is a property of the Mass. Division or Fisheries and Wildlife obtained and maintained in part from hunting and fishing license revenue.
The Burrage Pond Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is 1625 acres of open water, marsh, Atlantic white cedar and red maple swamps and former cranberry bogs located on the border of Hanson and Halifax. It was purchased in 2002 by the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife from the Northland Cranberry Company.
The area is managed for fisheries and wildlife habitats and open space. A management plan to protect, enhance and restore the varied natural habitats on the site is currently
The area that is now the Burrage Pond Wildlife Management Area was originally known as the Great Cedar Swamp. The outlet from Monponsett Pond, known as Stump Brook or Herring Brook, was dammed for water power and created an artificial pond called Stump Pond.
In this area in 1905, industrialist Albert C. Burrage started digging peat for fuel and later developed cranberry bogs. The area was purchased by the United Cape Cod Cranberry Company from Hanson Cedar Company in 1931.
The area was later bought by Cumberland Farms, Inc. who developed some of the wetlands into more cranberry bogs between 1977 and 1990. These actions resulted in an enforcement action by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The current USGS topographic maps and this WMA map still show wetlands in some of the areas that were developed into cranberry bogs. The property was eventually purchased by Northland Cranberry Company and known as Bog 18.
Red River Gorge in 4K | Bushcraft Backpacking, Hiking, and Hammock Camping in Daniel Boone NF
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Red River Gorge Geological Area, in Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky - many of you have recommended this popular rock climbing mecca to us, and we went! Filled with rock shelters hanging over rough trails, incredible views of rocky cliffs, and wonderful flora, this was definitely a fantastic camping trip.
--HOW TO GET THERE--
Martin's Fork Trailhead - Cr-1129, Stanton, KY 40380
Chimney Top Road Trailhead - Fd-1005, PineRidge, KY 41360
Where to buy permits -
Trail Map -
0:08 Theme Song
0:37 After Intro
1:00 Map Sequence
1:18 Hiking In
2:36 Plant ID
4:11 Hiking to the Rock
5:35 Resting and Talking
6:07 Blueberry Bluffs
8:03 Finding some Oddities
9:02 Orange Mushrooms
10:03 Back into the Woods
11:22 Rainy and Rough
14:40 The First Campsite
16:59 Radio bed
18:18 Day Two
19:25 Bryan's Hike In
20:18 A Snakey Lick
21:49 Serene Creek
28:44 Rock Outcrop
30:10 The Second Campsite
31:41 Starting the Fire
34:59 Solo Wood Stove
36:10 Yo, Robby
36:57 Sunset Dance
40:15 Day Three
42:23 Hanson's Point
44:13 Moving Out
45:20 The Junction
47:08 Grey's Arch
47:35 Dedicated to the Graf Family
49:40 The Final Hike
51:37 Credits & SHOUT OUT from Mike
--OUR FILM GEAR!--
Panasonic GH4 -
Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 Lens -
Canon T3i -
Canon 50mm f1.8 Lens -
Tokina 11-16mm Lens -
Manfrotto 502 Video Head MVH502AH -
Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod -
Glidecam 2000 HD w/ Quick Release Plate (That quick release plate is essential. Highly recommended) -
Rode Videomic Pro -
Roland Quad Capture -
Behringer XM8500 Microphone -
Sony Movie Studio Editing Software -
--OUR CAMPING GEAR!--
Condor Bushlore Knife -
Equinox Egret Tarp -
Kelty Grand Mesa 2 Tent -
Eureka Casper Sleeping Bag -
Buck 119 Knife -
Mora Craftline Q Knife -
Katadyn Water Filter -
Platypus Bladder -
Columbia Silver Ridge Convertible Pants -
Sketchers Waterproof Boots -
All of the musical compositions or arrangements and footage in this video are original, and were composed, recorded, and captured by Andrew Lin, Bryan Lin, and Robby Huang
Original content and music is copyright Adventure Archives/Team Scoog Production (c) 2015
The Boston Freedom Trail - We Brits Are Back In Boston USA
Part 3 of our American Northeast trip and we explore Boston’s Freedom Trail we Brits are back in the USA and we brought the rain.
Paul Revere's house in Boston's North End
You can visit Paul Revere's home at 19 North Square in Boston's North End neighborhood. The patriot silversmith lived with his family here from 1770 to approximately 1800, when he sold the building. It was converted to a tenement, with businesses (including a cigar factory) on the bottom floor. Hundreds of poor immigrants lived there in the 19th century, when the North End, on Boston Harbor, was home to waves of immigrants; Irish, Jews, Portuguese, Germans, Italians and others.
Freedom Trail - Boston (MA) - USA
Visit Lakeville Minnesota
Lakeville Minnesota is the southern gateway into Twin Cities fun. With natural scenic beauty, it's no wonder Lakeville has been voted #4 by Frommers as BEST PLACE TO RAISE A FAMILY.
Convenient lodging point for all Minneapolis or St. Paul area attractions, Lakeville is located just minutes from the Mall of America, Nickelodeon Universe, Minnesota Zoo, Canterbury Park, Mystic Lake Casino and Valleyfair Amusement Park. Within the city limits are five hotels with friendly, accommodating and courteous staffs. Choose from the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites, Comfort Inn, AmericInn Lodge & Suites, America's Best Value Inn, and Motel 6. Several of our hotels offer packages with neighboring attractions and seasonal performances.
Boston Freedom Trail 1
Boston Freedom Trail
Boston Freedom Trail Pt. 4
Almost half way through the Boston Freedom Trail