Road Trip Through Nebraska
We partnered with Nebraska Tourism on a road trip through Nebraska. It was a fantastic few days exploring the cities of Omaha and Lincoln, as well as western Nebraska. We visited breweries, museums, markets, delicious restaurants, Chimney Rock, Scottsbluff National Monument, Carhenge and Toadstool Geologic Park. Read more about our adventure in our blog post:
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Welcome to Curtis, Nebraska
Nestled in the beautiful Medicine Creek Valley, Curtis is roughly equidistant between McCook, Lexington and North Platte. Separated by only seven miles, Curtis proudly proclaims excellent school systems and today, as it has been for millennia, the primary business in Frontier County is farming and ranching. Archaeological evidence suggests the population of the valley is roughly the same now as when it was occupied by Native Americans 1300 years ago.
Driving from Omaha, NE to Kansas City, MO via I29
Last night in Omaha was fun; Saw a great show, and discovered a new Gretna. But, I must keep moving on. Today we'll hit Missouri by going through Kansas City, and then move on to Kansas going through Lawrence, Topeka, and Alma before settling for the night in Salina, Kansas.
My Sony HXR-NX100 rode shotgun on a tripod shooting at 4 fps. The tripod was held in place using bungee cords giving it I nice smooth feel, even on bumpy roads. I also used this same camera to shoot various scenes around the country, and to interview folks.
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Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - Pioneers Park . 2014 ( ネブラスカ州リンカーン )
Pioneers park... a historical gem here in Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A. I've been waiting to do this park for quite a while - to do it on the perfect day. Today was almost just right. The trees are beginning to bloom but not quite in full bloom (this has been a strange spring to begin with)... ah well, today works well :p .
On this little journey, we kind'a do a loop through the park. The park is much prettier off the roadway than on... especially with the newly completed bicycle trail that runs through the park. Nevertheless, Pioneers Park is the perfect place to go - to get out of the city during the afternoon on a beautiful day.
One of the best places to go in the park is the Pioneers Park Nature Center, formerly the Chet Ager Nature Center. We also pass by Pinewood Bowl, home to the newly minted Pinewood Bowl concert series (it's been a couple decades since the last set of concerts)... a beautiful outdoor theater that could possibly be comparable to the Red Rocks outside of Denver.
...but where ever you are in the park, you're sure to enjoy! Please enjoy the ride and have a great day :) !
( 00:00 - Southbound on South Coddington Avenue at West Van Dorn Street.
00:14 - Southbound on S. Coddington Ave.
00:29 - Lincoln city limits (leaving Lincoln, not signed).
00:46 - Entering Pioneers Park. The bison statue is just ahead.
1:00 - Harris Circle.
2:22 - The old U.S. Treasury Building columns stand a bit of a distance on the right (can't be seen).
2:47 - Pinewood Bowl is on the right.
4:10 - The kid's playground can be seen just ahead.
4:19 - The Red Cloud Smoke Signal statue can be seen on the hill ahead and to the right.
4:44 - The Pioneers Park Golf Course is just ahead and to the right of the road (can't really be seen).
6:05 - Entering Pioneers Park Nature Center.
6:14 - The main entrance to the Nature Center is on the left and parking on the right.
6:28 - The Prairie Building can be seen on the right.
7:01 - Entering the bison and elk area.
7:40 - The old school building (where school children have prairie school, formerly at the former State Fair Grounds) can be seen on the hill ahead and to the left.
7:59 - The Prairie Building is again on the left.
8:29 - Again, parking on the left and the main entrance to the Nature Center is on the right.
9:46 - The Pioneers Park Golf Course is again on the left.
10:48 - Pinewood Bowl is again on the right.
11:04 - The snow slide is on the left (can't be seen).
11:31 - The elk statue is just ahead.
12:18 - Leaving Pioneers Park. Lincoln city limits (entering Lincoln). The Lincoln Community Corrections Center can be seen just ahead.
12:24 - Eastbound on W. Van Dorn St.
12:32 - Lincoln city limits (leaving Lincoln, not signed).
13:13 - S. Coddington Ave. intersection. Lincoln city limits (entering Lincoln, not signed).
13:22 - Northbound on S. Coddington Ave.
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Best of Living in Iowa 124
In this episode of the Best of Living in Iowa, we'll visit the Scattergood Hostel, where Quaker farmers kept a small band of refugees just out of Hitler's reach, run on the dirt tracks of Iowa to see why it's more than a race for the checkered flag for these vintage stock car drivers, and hike the hills and trails of the Hawkeye State with Elizabeth Hill.
ABOUT LIVING IN IOWA
For 16 seasons, Living in Iowa was an omnibus television series that illustrated what it meant to be uniquely Iowan. Through compelling human interest stories, it provided snapshots of Iowans representing every walk of life. As part of its 50th anniversary, Iowa Public Television will revisit this popular series through The Best of Living in Iowa, a weekly program that features stories gathered from the archives of the original series. From this rich treasure trove of stories, viewers will relive moments from the past and be reminded of Iowa's unique heritage.
Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - Vets Hospital to I-80/U.S. 77 North Interchange . 2013 ( ネブラスカ州リンカーン )
City time! Under rush hour traffic and skies that threat of rain, we travel along a busy thoroughfare, from Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A.'s east-central side to the north entrance of Lincoln.
We begin at O Street, Lincoln's central, main street on 70th Street and head straight north. One of my favorite things here in the city is the beginning portion of N. 70th between O and Vine Streets. The houses along here are 1950's prefab houses, so you have the low-slanted roofs, car ports, goofy windows, etc. Most if not all are in great shape yet to this day!
We reach N. 70h and Vine where the former small town of Meadow Lane used to be... now a shopping center. A bit further north yet and we go through areas that used to be be the former small towns of Bethany and Havelock. Pretty much all of the areas in this part of town are residential... like small towns in a small city!
...until we get to Havelock Avenue. Just past Havelock Ave., on the left, is BNSF Railway's Havelock Yard, a major repair shop hub for the BNSF system. All we can really see here is he rows of train cars, but the shop takes up a good chunk of land! Then into industrial. A fun place sometimes to go by is Cleaver Brooks and the Deeter Foundry... sometimes you can see the biggest things made roll out of these places!
A little further north, going into the countryside, is the Abbott Sports Center where the University of Nebraska at Lincoln's Soccer Team used to play... not sure if they still do (new field elsewhere?). Lincoln Electric System's (LES) two wind turbines sit straight ahead, but unfortunately today they are still :( (they were the first wind turbines in the state years ago).
A left turn back into Lincoln and we run into more commercial/industrial development (where the pot holes from semis are as big as chuck holes!)... and finally Interstate 80 where U.S. Highway 77 overlaps west and goes north towards Wahoo.
A nice ride for a beautiful day (I like the rain). Please never mind the two bird droppings on my front hood. Sorry about some of the focusing problems... should have used my windshield wipers ~_~ . Anyways, please enjoy!
00:19 - Northbound on S. 70th Street.
00:36 - O Street intersection (U.S. Highway 34). Here, 70th St. continues at N. 70th Street.
00:51 - Dead Man's Run flows underneath the street here (culvert).
1:58 - Vine Street intersection. The former small town of Meadow Lane once was here.
4:18 - The Northeast YMCA can be seen on the left.
6:02 - Fremont Street intersection. Mahoney Park is on the right.
7:36 - Burlington Avenue intersection. The BNSF Railway's Havelock Yard is on the left.
9:09 - Cornhusker Highway (U.S. Highway 6) intersection.
11:06 - Salt Creek bridge. The beginnings of Abbott Sports Center can be seen on the right across the bridge.
11:35 - Lincoln City Limits (leaving Lincoln). LES's wind turbines are barely visible just beyond the trees ahead before we turn.
11:56 - Westbound on Arbor Road.
12:24 - Lincoln City Limits (entering Lincoln again).
13:24 - Northbound on N. 56th Street (State Link L55X North).
13:29 - Interstate 80/U.S. Highway 77 North Interchange.
13:35 - I-80 East on and off-ramps. State Link L55X North ends, U.S. Hwy. 77 North comes off of the interstate off-ramp, enters and heads north from here (goes straight ahead). Now on U.S. Hwy. 77 North.
13:53 - I-80 West on and off-ramps. U.S. Hwy. 77 South turns west onto the interstate on-ramp here and follows I-80 through the city. State Link L55X South begins here and heads south (behind us).
14:00 - Southbound N. 56th Street (State Link L55X South).
14:15 - I-80 East (U.S. 77 North) on and off-ramps again.
Hot Springs Mammoth Site, US385 - USA road trip #7
Sep.- Oct.2015, Day 4. Timelapse drive from Crazy Horse Memorial (Black Hills, South Dakota) to Sidney (Nebraska) along US385. Visit to Hot Springs Mammoth Site. Part three.
Ameristar Casino Blackhawk, CO Games and Cloud Ceiling
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Colorado is the U.S. state that encompasses most of the Southern Rocky Mountains as well as the northeastern portion of the Colorado Plateau and the western edge of the Great Plains. Colorado is part of the Western United States, the Southwestern United States, and the Mountain States. Colorado is the 8th most extensive and the 22nd most populous of the 50 United States. The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Colorado was 5,116,796 on July 1, 2011, an increase of +1.74% since the 2010 United States Census.
The state was named for the Colorado River, which early Spanish explorers named the Río Colorado for the red colored (Spanish: colorado) silt the river carried from the mountains. On August 1, 1876, U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant signed a proclamation admitting Colorado as the 38th state. Colorado is nicknamed the Centennial State because it was admitted to the Union in 1876, the centennial year of the United States Declaration of Independence.
Colorado is bordered by the northwest state of Wyoming to the north, the midwest states of Nebraska and Kansas to the northeast and east, on the south by New Mexico a small portion of the southwestern state of Oklahoma, on the west by Utah, and Arizona to the southwest. The four states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah meet at one common point known as the Four Corners, which is known as the heart of the American Southwest.
Colorado is noted for its vivid landscape of mountains, forests, high plains, mesas, canyons, plateaus, rivers, and desert lands.
Denver is the capital and the most populous city of Colorado. Residents of the state are properly known as Coloradans, although the term Coloradoan is still used.
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Driving through Laramie, Wyoming
starting out at the Wyoming Territorial Prison and driving past the University of Wyoming to Taco Bell