We Explored The CRAZIEST Abandoned Cliff House In The Middle Of Nowhere
We explored one of the craziest abandoned houses we have EVER found... This place was INCREDIBLE. I had to find a way up to check it out!
Death Valley National Park Road Trip - How You DON'T Want It To End
Death Valley National Park Road Trip
If you're not a big fan of the heat, but want to know what it's like inside Death Valley, this Death Valley tour video might help. This is the road trip my friend and I took just before summer.
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Death Valley is one of the hottest places in the world. It’s also a short 4 hour drive away from Los Angeles. With summer approaching, I wanted to take a road trip out to Death Valley before it got too hot.
My friend Bobby went with me. Neither of us had been, yet. We were only there two days yet I’d say we did learn how to road trip Death Valley successfully by failing at a few things first.
Here are some basic tips to get you started:
Bring a hat, sunscreen, and lots of water. And make sure you are 100% confident in whatever car you are taking out there. The conditions are rough. There’s virtually no cell phone service and no relief from the sun if you get stranded. Also, Death Valley camping is a thing, but I suggesting you know what you're doing. Because we wanted to make things simple, we just stayed in a motel in Beatty, right outside the park.
As I said, we planned on making this road trip to Death Valley a simple one, but it turned out to be the opposite of that because of car trouble. I had to get my car towed. I’ll let the video explain that.
Here are some more tips if you’re traveling to Death Valley:
What to see when visiting Death Valley:
-Father Crowley Vista
-Rhyolite Ghost Town
-Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes
-Devil’s Golf Course
-Zabriskie Point (I don't know for certain, but this seemed to be a popular Las Vegas to Death Valley tour route destination. It was super crowded with lots of tour buses and people pouring out.)
Badwater Basin, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, Artist’s Drive/Palette
Devil’s Golf Course was pretty cool too. But mainly just because it’s fun to walk on. It’s razor sharp though.
Also, If you road trip Death Valley, consider the car you bring because there are certain roads that are only good for high clearance vehicles. Most of top sights are all accessible via paved roads, but there are a few (like the Race Track) that aren’t.
Where to stay in Death Valley:
We stayed overnight in a town called Beatty. It’s right outside the east edge of Death Valley and much cheaper. There are also some town-like areas (used town very loosely) inside the park with hotels, cottages, and camp grounds. Consider staying in Furnace Creek, Stovepipe Wells, or Panamint Springs. If you're looking for hotels near Death Valley, you don't have many options. I'd say Lone Pine to the west and Beatty to the east are your best options. Death Valley camping sites can be found all over the park. But again, make sure you know what you're doing and go in a cooler month.
We went in May to beat the heat, but it didn’t work. Death Valley weather is crazy. It was 110 and 111 the days we were there. The week before the weather was in the 90’s. The NP website actually says May is usually when it starts getting too hot for visitors.
I hope you enjoy watching our Death Valley tour via video. It was definitely quite the experience.
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Semi Abandoned Town In Nevada Desert - Creepy Buildings, Abandoned Cars & More
Driving between Las Vegas and Reno Nevada on Hwy 95, you come across the strange little semi - abandoned town of Goldfield. I often wonder what people do for a living here because really, there is pretty much nothing around for miles. This spooky town is very close to the infamous and kinda creepy Area 51. Abandoned cars in the streets and yards, abandoned homes, storage containers out in the open, deserted buildings, closed businesses all boarded up...it just seems so weird when you come from a large city environment! We LOVE it though...it's so unique! Just one of the many crazy sights you'll come across exploring the Nevada desert...truly...there is nothing quite like it! ~Kenneth King Bear
First Class Traveler with Bob Principe - Virginia City Nevada
This is a Travel Show with Bob Principe called First Class Traveler. It features Bob Principe from The Home Show with Bob Principe and was shot in Virginia City Nevada, located in Washoe County.
This is one of many projects Bob Principe has done in the Reno Tahoe area and focuses on culture, occult, ghost towns, and travel destinations in the Northern Nevada and Northern California area.
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LUXOR LAS VEGAS LIGHT
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Known for its iconic pyramid shape, Luxor is on the Las Vegas Strip and features a casino and live entertainment. It showcases a full-service spa, 4 large pools and a hot tub.
Guest rooms at the Luxor provide cable TV. Each room includes a sitting area and bathrooms feature over-sized showers.
Nurture Spa and Salon offers an assortment of beauty treatments. A steam bath, dry sauna and hot tubs are available at the spa.
LAX Nightclub at the Las Vegas Luxor has VIP areas. It is decorated in rich red colors and features a state-of-the-art sound system.The Aurora bar is also available.
Dining at Luxor Las Vegas includes steaks, seafood and deli-style foods. Buffets and a burger bar can also be found at the hotel.
Casino Luxor contains 120,000 square feet of slots and table games including poker. Race & Sports Book, a betting arena, with plasma TVs provide entertainment. Criss Angel Believe Cirque du Soleil nightly show is featured.
Please note: Per Luxor policy, please ensure the original credit card used at the time of booking is presented during check-in.
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Hitchhiking in Utah: The Line
Hitchhiking in Moab was only the second craziest thing I did today...
You never know whats going to happen in Moab. One minute you're bumming rides in Canyonlands National Park, and the next you're jumping off a 600 foot cliff with a band of hippies. This is yet another example of how embracing the unknown can lead to the most rewarding experiences. Many thanks to Nick and all the Highliners that I had the pleasure of spending time with. Until next time.
Historic US 66, CR 66 East - The Mother Road, National Trails Highway - Barstow to Ludlow
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US Highway 66 is the road that needs no introduction. Originally running from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, CA, the road traveled more then two thousand miles all the way. The road rose to fame with the Dust Bowl of the 1930's because of residents seeking a better life in Los Angeles. In The Grapes of Wrath, the road was given the nickname of 'The Mother Road', and was made into a musical tune by the Nat Cole Trio's hit '(Get Your Kicks On) Route 66.
The road traveled eight states, and out of 2400 miles, California had the third longest stretch of highway, spanning 315 approximate miles, versus New Mexico's 380 miles and Arizona's 401 miles. US 66 originally ended in Downtown Los Angeles at the corner of Broadway and 7th St, but was later extended to Santa Monica when US 66 was rebranded as a 'road to paradise'.
In 1964, US Route 66 was legally decommissioned in the State of California, although it was still signed along Route 248 (later SR 248), Route 66 (modern SR 66), Route 15 (modern I-215), and Route 40. This was due to the 1964 renumbering in California which abolished the Legislative Route Number (LRN) System in favor of using the Signed Route number. California also tried to abolished as many multiplexes (multiple Signed Routes on one road) as possible. US 66 was first truncated to Pasadena, later La Verne, and finally Barstow until I-40 was completed in the 1970's, which marked the end of US 66 in California.
Now, with modern efforts of the getting the road back on the map, San Bernardino County has made it's own effort to resign the route in it's rural desert. Unlike portions in the Inland Empire which are maintained by their respective cities, the county has been responsible for maintenance of this road since Caltrans relinquished it. San Bernardino County also opted to sign CR 66 in Barstow and Needles, however I am unsure if the county or the city maintains these portions. Irregardless, CR 66 runs from just north of Victorville to Needles, via the National Trails Highway and The Needles Freeway (I-40).
Today, we focus on the portion from Barstow to Ludlow. Unfortunately, the road is in very poor condition in this section. I traveled as much as I could but I did not wish to blow a tire and opted to hop on the Interstate to make faster time (the most I could do safely was 30mph). Luckily, in this area, Route 66 parallels the Interstate and not much is missed.
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BLM NV Tri RAC Meeting Feb 2014 Segment 1 of 5
Remarks by BLM Nevada State Director Amy Lueders
Drought, Wild Horse and Sage Grouse presentation by Raul Morales, BLM Nevada Deputy State Director for Natural Resources, Lands and Planning
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