Top 10 best very small towns in America. My favorite is #2
Top 10 best very small towns in America. My favorite is #2
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Topsail Island, NC Video Tour and Overview of our beach
Discover and explore Topsail Island North Carolina, a paradise to generations of families for its beautiful, family-friendly beaches and waterways. Enjoy our video tour designed for our Vacation Rentals and Real Estate Sales departments at Century 21 Action, Inc. The area is comprised of several towns including Topsail Beach, Surf City, North Topsail Beach, Sneads Ferry, Holly Ridge, and Hampstead. Topsail Island offers a multitude of attractions that draw people from any walk of life. Our location can be compared to Wrightsville Beach, Oak Island, Wilmington, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Emerald Isle, Morehead City, the Outer Banks, Hatteras, Corolla, and other destinations.
North Carolina and World War I exhibit at the NC Museum of History | NC Weekend | UNC-TV
The NC Museum of History unveils a major exhibit examining our state’s role in the First World War.
A Drive Through Gary Indiana - Worlds Most Dangerous Cities
This abandoned city is an amazing place to experience, please stay safe!
The population of Gary was 80,294 at the 2010 census, making it the ninth-largest city in the state of Indiana. From the middle of the twentieth century to the present, Gary has experienced drastic population loss, falling by 55 percent from its peak of 178,320 in 1960.
Safer than 6% of U.S. Cities
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Fury 325 at Carowinds Documentary - From Dreams to Screams
Devin Olson Media --
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Original soundtrack (Written and produced by Tawaan Brown):
Are You Ready? (Opening)
Time to Begin (Rob Decker)
Destiny (Ronnie Mosley)
Reach So High (Testing / first rides)
Ride the Fury (POV)
Beyond a Ride (Closing)
Feel the Fury (Final credits)
Performed by Tawaan Brown feat. Michelle Jennings
Recorded and mixed by John Gordon Corrigan
Location(s): Carowinds, Charlotte, North Carolina / Fort Mill, South Carolina / Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio / Dorney Park, Allentown, Pennsylvania / Moseley Erecting, Richburg, South Carolina, United States
Recording date(s): 2012-2015
Cinematography: Brian Bass / Devin Olson / Tawaan Brown
Voiceover: Eli Erikson
Stock footage: Carowinds
Cameras: Panasonic GH4s
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Audio Equipment: Sennheiser ME-2s / Tascam DR-05s / Panasonic GH4s
Audio Capture: Devin Olson
Editing: Devin Olson / Leah Walker
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Soundtrack Licensing: Beyond Creativity / Shockwave Sound
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How To Live at the BEACH - Myrtle Beach, SC
A lot of people have the desire to live at the beach, but it’s how to get there that’s important. Not everybody’s born at the beach, but a lot of people do to move to the beach. In this episode we talk about the things that are holding you back, the steps you need to take, stories of people who have done it, and so much more. These videos are here to help you live at the beach too.
I have to apologize because this was a live stream video and some of it is cut because the broadcast connection was broken several times. But you can get the main story by watching the full video. It’s 20 minutes long but is packed with useful information.
Let me know if this helps you and comment below.
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Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
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Amazing 50 Day Road Trip Across the USA and Canada
Eight months ago we had an idea... An idea that would take us on a journey across America... This summer we decided to make that idea a reality.
After eight months of planning, many hours of mapping routes and making reservations, and a final three days of intense packing, sorting and repacking; we embarked on our 50 days, 10,000 mile road trip through 38 states and Eastern Canada.
So here we are two years later, finally posting the video. We had an incredible time and would do it again in a heartbeat. If you enjoyed the video give it thumbs up and tell us what you thought in the comments below.
If you want to see more of our trip check out the iPhone version here -
You can check out our blog here to get all the details.
Check us out on Instagram for epic pictures from the trip.
Artist: Thomas Bergensen
Here's our list of stops
1. Davis Mountains State Park, Texas
2. Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas
3. Albuquerque, New Mexico
4. Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona
5. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
6. Zion National Park, Utah
7. The Hoover Dam, Nevada
8. Forestiere Underground Garden, California
9. Yosemite National Park, California
10. San Francisco, California
11. Crater Lake, Oregon
12. Spokane, Washington
13. Glacier National Park, Montana
14. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
15. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
16. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota
17. Badlands National Park, South Dakota
18. Fargo, North Dakota,
19. Bemidji & Grand Rapids, Minnesota
20. Chicago, Illinois
21. Michigan City, Illinois
22. Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio
23. Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
24. Toronto, ON, Canada
25. Thousand Islands National Park, ON, Canada - Still not sure if this place exist..
26. Grafton Notch State Park, Maine
27. Portland, Maine
28. Time Square, New York
29. Houstontown, Pennsylvania
30. Washington, DC
31. Belmont, North Carolina
32. Jacksonville, Florida
33. Gulf Shores Beach, Alabama
34. San Antonio, Texas
Thanks for reading this far! You guys are awesome! Like super Awesome!! By the way did you see that shot of Simba in the video?
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A Breathtaking Look at Every U.S. National Park
You’ve obviously heard of America’s most famous national parks, but did you know the National Park Service manages a whopping 59 parks? From coast to coast (with a couple of parks beyond those coasts), these protected areas represent the best of what this country has to offer. As writer Wallace Stegner said in 1893, National parks are the best idea we ever had. Absolutely American, absolutely democratic, they reflect us at our best rather than our worst. In honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, we’re taking you on a tour of every single national park, all of which are breathtaking beauties on their own. (Capitol Reef National Park, Utah; Acadia National Park, Maine; American Samoa National Park, American Samoa; Arches National Park, Utah; Badlands National Park, South Dakota; Big Bend National Park, Texas; Biscayne National Park, Florida; Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, Colorado; Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah; Canyonlands National Park, Utah; Capitol Reef National Park, Utah; Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico; Channel Islands National Park, California; Congaree National Park, South California; Crater Lake National Park, Oregon; Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio; Death Valley National Park, California and Nevada; Denali National Park, Alaska; Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida; Everglades National Park, Florida; Gates of the Arctic National Park, Alaska; Glacier National Park, Montana; Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska; Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona; Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming; Great Basin National Park, Nevada; Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado; Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina and Tennessee; Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas; Haleakala National Park, Hawaii; Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii; Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas; Isle Royale National Park, Michigan; Joshua Tree National Park, California; Katmai National Park, Alaska; Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska; Kings Canyon National Park, California; Kobuk Valley National Park, Alaska; Lake Clark National Park, Alaska; Lassen Volcanic National Park, California; Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky; Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado; Mount Rainier National Park, Washington; North Cascades National Park, Washington; Olympic National Park, Washington; Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona; Pinnacles National Park, California; Redwood National Park, California; Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado; Saguaro National Park, Arizona; Sequoia National Park, California; Shenandoah National Park, Virginia; Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota; U.S. Virgin Islands National Park, U.S. Virgin Islands; Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota; Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota; Wrangell–St. Elias National Park, Alaska; Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; Yosemite National Park, California and Zion National Park, Utah).
88 Acre Farm For Sale, Blair County, PA, Views of the Land
This video highlights the land on the Wallace farm in Blair County, PA. It also shows the frontage on the Little Juniata River, as well as views from a scenic spot overlooking a railroad track.
Mabry Mill Blue Ridge Parkway Floyd County,Virginia
& 1-540-808-2880 - floydlcfgroup@gmail - PO box 179 Floyd,Virginia 24091
24091Mabry Mill (located in Floyd County on the Blue Ridge Parkway Milepost 176.2)
266 Mabry Mill Rd
Blue Ridge Parkway Mile Post 176.1
Meadows of Dan, VA 24120
Phone: (276) 952-2947
Mabry Mill was originally built by Edwin Boston Mabry (1867-1936). He began it in 1903 initially as a wheelwright and blacksmith shop, and eventually it became a saw mill and by then 1905 a gristmill. The gristmill was operated by Mr. Mabry until the 1930s.
Now, Mabry Mill is one of the most photographed places in the United States, not to mention one of the most popular attractions on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The mill is run by the National Park Service, and along the grounds are walking trails with live exhibits during the summer and fall months which reflect various aspects of the pioneer mountain lifestyle. Exhibitors dress in the attire of the times. Demonstrations on local crafts, music, dancing, shoe making, soap making, running a whiskey still will have the visitor feel like they have just stepped back into time.
At the historic, operational water-powered grist mill visitors can see a demonstration of the milling process and can even purchase ground grits, buckwheat flour and cornmeal to take home. Of course, the preferred method is to enjoy these local delicacies prepared by the experts at the Mabry Mill Restaurant.
However, as interesting as it is to see how this pioneer milling process worked, it is probably the serene beauty of the mill location that draws people to this stop. Each year several hundred thousand visitors come to photograph the beautifully restored mill which sits by a picturesque pond and is framed by mountain foliage. Resident ducks add their touch to the soothing scene. It is no wonder that Mabry Mill shows up in more tourist photo remembrances that any other parkway destination.
A trip to Mabry Mill offers many intriguing exhibits that are sure to entertain visitors of all ages. Before leaving, be sure to visit Mabry Mills gift store to find that treasured handmade mountain craft.
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