Lake Placid, Upstate New York
We've been to Lake Placid a number of times and will most likely continue to go. Charming small town- there are lakes, beautiful nature, hiking, Winter Olympic venues, and there's Abolitionist John Brown's farm too! Go visit!
Music: Rise To The Sun, Hang Loose, On Your Way--- Alabama Shakes
Adirondack Property Boarding NY Stateland
NEW Ohio NY Herkimer County 3.7 Acres $17,900.
Beautiful Southern Adirondack Hunting and Snowmobiling land For Sale.
Plenty of town road frontage On This Corner Lot with power and telephone available.
Borders Large Tract Of New York State Land.
Excellent Access To The Largest Snowmobile Trail System In New York State.
Mature Evergreen Forest With A Mixture Of Hardwoods.
Perfect Location For That Dreamed About Adirondack Camp Or Retirement Home.
Great Location For All Your Outdoor Activities All Year Round
Cortland Rural Cemetery - Cortland, New York
Random photos I took at what is probably one of the most beautiful cemetery I've ever visited, Cortland Rural Cemetery in Cortland, New York. I found my great-grandfather's plot bare with no stone. Maybe someday...
Lake Placid - Experience Work & Travel USA 2017 100 days passed// Full HD 1080p // Time lapse video
Experience Work & Travel program in USA by one Serbian student. Beautiful landscapes an nature in New York state. Lifetime experience and friendships!
DIY Budget Travel (4K) - Sydney & Blue Mountains, best FREE attractions and cheap eats
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In this episode of DIY Travel Guide, we'll be exploring Sydney and Blue Mountain on a budget. The host Charles Huang will visit all the best FREE attractions includes, Sydney Mint, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Royal Botanic Gardens, Parliament of New South Wales, The Rocks Discovery Museum and Hyde Park. We'll also showcase of Australia famous landmark such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, and the Olympic Park. Not forget to window shopping at historic Queen Victoria Building, eating cheap and getting around with public transit. Finally, we'll also visit the magnificent Blue Mountains National Park by trains, all done under four days!
DIY Destinations (4K) - Peru Budget Travel Show | Full Episode
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In this episode of DIY Destionations, we'll feature the best of Peru on a budget. We'll start from Miraflores in Lima, and showcase the El Parque del Amor (Love Park), President Kennedy Park, Huaca Pucllana and Plaza Mayor and observe the celebration of saint Martin de Porres. Follow by a visit to the Ballestas Islands and Paracas National Reserve. Additionally, a both a drone and flight flyover on Nazca Lines and hike the Machu Picchu and Huyana Picchu. Ending the episode with a visit to Santa Teresa's famous Cocalmayo Hot Springs and off the beaten path Rain Mountain. All done safely, inexpensively and easily. Not to mention showcase all the inexpensive eats, including Chifa cuisine, Peruvian style Chinese food, street food such as Anticucho, meat on a stick, Picarones fried donuts, ceviche and Peruvian Arroz con Pollo.
DIY Destinations (4K) - Egypt Budget Travel Show | Full Episode
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Welcome to Egypt, we'll discover in this episodes the best of what it has to offer, safely, inexpensively and cheaply. Including the famous the Great Pyramids of Giza, Hot Balloon for sunrise in Luxor, Karnak Temple, exclusive interior of Abu Simbel, Philae Temple and much more. We also gain a rare access to the Western Desert, including White Oasis and Black Oasis, all shot in 4K resolution. We'll also cover all the cheap food and getting around on public transportation.
EXPLORING the top level of GOLDEN GATE Bridge, SAN FRANCISCO (California)
SUBSCRIBE: - Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge is a suspension bridge spanning the Golden Gate strait, the one-mile-wide (1.6 km), three-mile-long (4.8 km) channel between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The structure links the American city of San Francisco, California – the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula – to Marin County, carrying both U.S. Route 101 and California State Route 1 across the strait. Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow me as I walk from the beginning of this famous bridge to the first tower and as I am describing the experience all along the walk.
Oil & Gas Museum - Parkersburg, West Virginia
The Oil & Gas Museum of Parkersburg, West Virginia offers a full range of displays and exhibits featuring the rich history of industry in the region.
Both oil and natural gas were discovered in western Virginia by the first explorers in the mid-1700s. George Washington acquired 250 acres in what is now West Virginia because it contained an oil and gas spring. This was in 1771, making the father of our country the first petroleum industry speculator.
A thriving commercial oil industry was in process as early as 1819 with the first major wells drilled at Petroleum, West Virginia, outside Parkersburg, early in 1859; California, West Virginia in the summer of 1859; and Burning Springs, West Virginia a year later in 1860. Natural gas was moved in wooden pipes from wells to be used as a manufacturing heat source by the Kanawha salt manufacturers as early as 1831. These events truly mark the beginnings of the oil and gas industry in the United States.
With oil selling for $30.00 a barrel in 1860 and natural gushers being drilled at only 100 feet, the West Virginia oil field quickly made local millionaires. The wealth of the first oil barons was used politically in bringing about statehood for West Virginia during the Civil War. Many of the founders and early politicians were oil men - governor, senator and congressman - who had made their fortunes at Burning Springs in 1860-1861.
On May 9, 1863 the important Burning Springs oil field was destroyed by Confederate raiders lead by General Jones, making it the first of many oil fields destroyed in war. After the Civil War, the industry was revived and over the next fifty years the booms spread over almost all the counties of the state. Drilling and producing of both oil and natural gas continues throughout the state to this day.
This exciting history is portrayed at the Oil & Gas Museum, and documented in a recently published book Where It All Began by David McKain and Bernard L. Allen, Ph.D.
This video was filmed by Andy Hall and produced by Stonewall Group for the Greater Parkersburg CVB (2011).
At The Confluence - Binghamton
1990 video postcard of Binghamton and the Triple Cities by Bob Huckabone of Contemporary Video Productions in Endicott, and Broome County Historian Gerry Smith.. This is an amazing look at the Greater Binghamton area from about a quarter-century ago.
Please check out their website and support this great work by purchasing a higher quality DVD version of this video time capsule.
Thank you Bob Huckabone for permission to share this video.