Pecos Texas Road Tour West Texas 80 MPH! 4k
Pecos Texas Road Tour . This video starts out in Midland Texas leaving town on west Interstate 20 towards Pecos Texas.
Pecos is the largest city in and the county seat of Reeves County, Texas, United States. It is situated in the river valley on the west bank of the Pecos River at the eastern edge of the Chihuahuan Desert and the Trans-Pecos region of west Texas and near the southern border of New Mexico.
Pecos is one of the numerous towns in West Texas organized around a train depot during the construction of the Texas and Pacific Railway. These towns were subsequently linked by the construction of U.S. Highway 80 and Interstate 20. Prior to the arrival of the railroad, a permanent camp existed nearby where cattle drives crossed the Pecos River.
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Hit my soul by Silent Partner
The Creek by Topher Mohr & Alex Elena
Light the Torch by Silent Partner
Going, Going, Gone by The 126ers
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Visit Beaumont, Texas
Official travel video for Visit Beaumont, Texas.
Trans Pecos - A Journey To The Far West Texas
The Far West Texas is one of my favorite places in Texas. The Trans Pecos region which is to the west after the Pecos River is a unique ecosystem which has some of the largest mountains in Texas and is also part of the Chihuahuan desert. This video is made from my numerous trips to this region (4 times) between Feb 2017 and Dec 2018. The long 10 hour drive from Houston always seems to me like a pilgrim’s journey and being able to witness and experience this vast, isolated and sparsely populated ecosystem is the reward. For what it’s worth I hope my film inspires others to visit and appreciate this place and know how important it is to conserve this beauty. #transpecos #bigbend #texas
Disclaimer: I do not own the music. Music track is Divenire by Ludovico Einaudi.
No attempt at color grading has been made, all the footage is straight from the cameras.
Camera 1: Nikon D750
Camera 2: Sony FDR AX 33
Camera 3: DJI Osmo+
Camera 4: DJI Spark
Enjoy the scenes of the West Texas Landscape.
No part of this video was shot in Big Bend National Park
The Barbeque Pit - Seattle, WA
Four buddies from Vancouver, BC go visit BBQ establishments in Seattle, WA. The second stop being:
The Barbeque Pit
2509 East Cherry Street
Seattle, WA 98122-4931, United States
Camping near Carlsbad Caverns NP + tips for visiting
In this video we talk about where we camped near Carlsbad Caverns and tips for visiting the caverns.
Things you can do at Carlsbad Caverns National Park:
1. Walk down the Natural Entrance, see the Big Room
2. Watch an evening bat flight program (Spring to Fall)
3. Do one or more ranger-led tours (requires reservations)
4. Have a picnic at Rattlesnake Springs Picnic Area
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We stayed at Parks Ranch Campground on BLM land, read more details here:
Since we visited in November of 2018 a new campground has opened that's suitable for bigger rigs than ours:
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Motel 6 San Antonio West - Seaworld - San Antonio Hotels, Texas
Motel 6 San Antonio West - Seaworld 2 Stars San Antonio Hotels, Texas Within US Travel Directory This motel is located just 15 minutes’ drive from Central San Antonio and 9.7 km from Seaworld San Antonio. It features an outdoor pool and a guest launderette.
A flat-screen TV with cable is part of every room at Motel 6 San Antonio West - Seaworld. Rooms feature modern decor and include free local calling.The reception at the Seaword - San Antonio West Motel 6 is staffed 24 hours a day and offers fax and copy services, as well as free morning coffee.Both Alamo Plaza and the Tower of the Americas are just under 24.1 km from the motel.
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Space Tourism in Houston, Texas
While the History Fangirl Podcast has typically gone around the world to find the most fascinating stories, today we’re taking our eyes off the Earth and casting our gaze starward. Today’s guest is Valerie Stimac, an accomplished travel writer in her own right, who has started a unique site at spacetravelguide.com. While she isn’t quite making recommendations for the burgeoning field of travel into space, Valerie does specialize in covering travel destinations that are of interest to space geeks around the world. In this week’s episode we talk about the history of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, how Houston became such an important part of its mission, and what happened on the ground during the most dramatic moments in American space exploration.
We have liftoff Valerie provides the Cliffs Notes version of NASA history in this week’s episode of the History Fangirl Podcast, starting with its founding in 1958, following President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s signing of the National Aeronautics and Space Act. NASA started with a budget of about $100 million and three large facilities and two small research facilities. But in 1963, it was clear those facilities would not be able to handle all of the development that needed to happen (Langley Aeronautical Laboratory in Virginia you may remember from the movie Hidden Figures), which led to the establishment of what was eventually called Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
Houston, we have a space center When the U.S. federal government was looking for a city where they could build a mission-critical space center, it wasn’t too unlike the way corporations now search for their headquarters. They had various cities wooing them, and NASA factored in several different facets when conducting their search: it had to be near a big city, it had to be near a large university with resources for research, etc. And it had to be away from other NASA centers around D.C. and Florida. We couldn’t have all of our brain trust in one place for, well, safety reasons.
Phoning home If you quote or paraphrase any astronaut (as I did above), you’re likely quoting mission control in Houston, or something an astronaut said to them. “Houston, the eagle has landed,” “Houston, we have a problem”; those are quotes from two different Apollo missions. As Valerie tells me in this episode, with all manned spacecraft being operated from Houston, some of the most iconic moments in space have filtered through Johnson Space Center. Of course Johnson is much more than mission control, there are numerous buildings in the complex that includes engineering and simulation and more, all of which can be called upon to help solve problems in space.
Mission control The Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas is an amazing place that for the last 60 years has launched some of the most incredible feats of human ingenuity, and helped those feats stay on track once they’re out of our atmosphere. As Valerie tells me in this episode, you can actually visit the historic mission control center where NASA staffers on the ground kept Apollo astronauts in the heavens alive. But that’s just the beginning of what you can see there. It’s a truly rare historic site, and even if you don’t think of Houston as a historic city, the space center is a must-see.
Outline of This Episode [1:07] Why Valerie founded SpaceTourismGuide.com [5:39] Brief history of NASA [10:09] How Houston got a space center [16:03] Important historic events at Johnson [22:06] How Houston helped Apollo 13 [27:16] How it became a tourist attraction [28:48]] What to see at the space center Resources Mentioned Space Tourism Guide Space Tourism Guide Twitter Johnson Space Center Connect With Stephanie email@example.com Support Stephanie on Patreon
Featuring the song “Places Unseen” by Lee Rosevere. More info and photographs for this episode at:
North Fort Worth, Texas on Interstate 35
North Fort Worth, Texas on Interstate 35. To find out where I am right now, see my LIVE truckcams, maps, blog and more, visit Http://blog.18wheelsacrossamerica.net To learn more about BigRigTravels, visit these links:
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