Welcome back! This time we're taking the NuCamp Tag Outback tear drop trailer off-road. Old Stage road starts off behind the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs and cuts through to Victor, CO. Come join me on this first trip of the Tag offroad as we take the road less traveled to Cripple Creek.
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Part 13 of our 36 day Western America Motorcycle Tour. Ride with us through the historic Gold Mining towns of Victor and Cripple Creek. Music: Groove to the Wind, Southern Bluesman, Raw Rivalry by Jewelbeat
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Wow! The Mt. Howard launch off of the Wallowa Lake Tramway is awesome! If you're looking for a bit of flying during a family vacation this place is hard to beat! Wallowa Lake State Park is located 5 mi S of Joseph, Oregon in the Wallowa Mountains. Launch is @ 7900 feet plus change. The LZ is well over 3,000 feet below and the views of the Wallowa Mountains in June are spectacular! For further information visit www.wallowaparagliding.com/
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This property is very close to Bison Reservoir and Bison Park, providing great Fishing, Camping, Hunting and Mining Opportunities.
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Filmed Sept 5 - 22, 2018: Travelogue for my great push from Oregon to Denver, CO to pick up my brand new squaredrop trailer! (www.hikertrailers.com) Love IO? Join the Interstellar Orchard Inner Circle! http://www.patreon.com/InterstellarOrchard/ Companion blog posts: Teardrop Trailer Living: First Impressions - https://interstellarorchard.com/2018/09/26/teardrop-trailer-living-first-impressions/ Leadville Color, picking up the Hiker Trailer, selling the Casita - https://interstellarorchard.com/2018/10/04/leadville-color-and-a-busy-two-days/
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We decided to purchase an additional zone on our Thousand Trails Camping Pass. It was an additional $50 to add the Pacific Northwest, and since we knew we would be spending a lot of time in Washington and Oregon, it would pay for itself after just 2 nights. We first tried the Thousand Trails in Newport, WA but the campground was not very nice and there was no cell reception which made it difficult for us to get any work done. So we left and headed towards Leavenworth, WA. This is definitely the nicest Thousand Trails campground we've stayed at. Although not all sites are full hook-up, we were happy with our campsite as it felt more like camping than just your typical RV resort. There was no cell reception here either, but we hung out in the lodge to get work done. We happened to be here over 4th of July, and there were plenty of festivities going on for the holiday. We hiked the Icicle Gorge Trail, which was gorgeous. Unfortunately, the campground was booked up for the holiday weekend so we had to leave. We found a great boondocking spot right down the road, but something creeping around outside in the middle of the night kept us up all night! #Leavenworth #LeavenworthWA **See Our Top Things To Do In Leavenworth: http://bit.ly/2TZjtlp **EXPENSE REPORTS** Curious how much this lifestyle is costing us?* Check out our latest expense report for month 3 on the blog: http://bit.ly/2NhQzJB **STAY IN TOUCH** Travel Blog: http://thetradingtravelers.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tradingtrav... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tradingtrave... Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2JcDK0O
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In the deep powder at cripple creek forest service rd north of ft st james with a 2000 arctic cat 700 powder special (my sled with gopro on my head), a 2007 arctic cat m1 1000, a 2004 arctic cat m1 900, and a 2012 skidoo summit x 800.
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This road follows an old Stage Coach route from Cripple Creek, CO to Canon City, CO Enjoy!! Feel free to leave a comment or just a like to our videos. You may also like to Subscribe to our channel since we are adding videos from all our off road trips :-)
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Cripple Creek, Colorado 2005 For many years Cripple Creek's high valley, at an elevation of 9,494 feet (2,894 m), was considered no more important than a cattle pasture. Many prospectors avoided the area after the Mount Pisgah hoax, a mini gold rush caused by salting (adding gold to worthless rock). On the 20th of October, 1890, Robert Miller "Bob" Womack discovered a rich ore and the last great Colorado gold rush began. Thousands of prospectors flocked to the region, and before long Winfield Scott Stratton located the famous Independence lode, one of the largest gold strikes in history. In three years, the population increased from five hundred to ten thousand by 1893. Although $500 million worth of gold ore was dug from Cripple Creek, Womack died penniless on 10 August 1909. In 1896 Cripple Creek suffered two disastrous fires. The first occurred on April 25 destroying half of the city including much of the business district. Four days later another fire destroyed much of the remaining half. The city was rebuilt in a period of a few months, most historic buildings today date back to 1896. By 1900, Cripple Creek and its sister city, Victor, were substantial mining communities. During the 1890s, many of the miners in the Cripple Creek area joined a miners' union, the Western Federation of Miners (WFM). A significant strike took place in 1894, marking one of the few times in history that a sitting governor called out the national guard to protect miners from anti-union violence by forces under the control of the mine owners. By 1903, the allegiance of the state government had shifted and Governor James Peabody sent the Colorado National Guard into Cripple Creek with the goal of destroying union power in the gold camps. The WFM strike of 1903 and the governor's response precipitated the Colorado Labor Wars, a struggle that took many lives. Through 2005, the Cripple Creek district produced about 23.5 million troy ounces (979 1/6 troy tons; 731 metric tons) of gold. The underground mines are mostly idle, except for a few small operations. There are significant underground deposits remaining which may become feasible to mine in the future. Large scale open pit mining and cyanide heap leach extraction of near-surface ore material, left behind by the old time miners as low grade, has taken place since 1994 east of Cripple Creek, near its sister city of Victor, Colorado. The current mining operation is conducted by Cripple Creek and Victor Gold Mining Company (CC&V). The mine operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Mine operations, maintenance, and processing departments work a rotating day/night schedule in 12-hour shifts. With many empty storefronts and picturesque homes, Cripple Creek once drew interest as a ghost town. At one point the population dropped to a few hundred, although Cripple Creek was never entirely deserted. In the 1970s and 1980s travelers on photo safari might find themselves in a beautiful decaying historic town. A few restaurants and bars catered to tourists who could pass weathered empty homes with lace curtains hanging in broken windows. Colorado voters allowed Cripple Creek to establish legalized gambling in 1991. Cripple Creek is currently more of a gambling and tourist town than a ghost town. Casinos now occupy many historic buildings. Casino gambling has been successful in bringing revenue and vitality back into the area. It also provides funding for the State Historical Fund, administered by the Colorado Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation. In 2012, Colorado casinos produced over $104 million in tax revenue for these programs https://youtu.be/OTIxio8inD0 Cripple Creek Colorado 2005
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In this episode of "Rail Trails of America", Host Timothy W Lawrence, along with sidekick, Aries the Siberian Husky explore the Bedford Narrow Gauge Rail Trail in Bedford, MA. Some highlights seen along the way include beautiful scenery, old artifacts and some original narrow gauge tracks! Feel free to comment with what you like, what you didn't like, recommendations and other trails you would like to see added as time and funding allows! Thank you! Hosted by Timothy W. Lawrence and his side kick Aries the Siberian Husky. Music: Kevin MacLeod
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For the full off-road trail guide please visit: https://www.trailsoffroad.com/trails/2978-teller-divide Teller Divide, named for its proximity to the Colorado ghost town Teller City, meanders through the Routt National Forest on the western edge of the Rocky Mountain National Park. After crossing Calamity Pass, Teller Divide offers spectacular views of the Jack Creek basin and the Teller City valley. Heavy snow during the fall, winter and spring seasons allows for limited access to this part of the forest. Teller Divide is very popular with snowmobiles during the winter snow season. Other popular four-wheel drive out-and-back routes begin along Teller Divide and offer the only access to the edge of the Never Summer Wilderness. Get the offroad trail details and download a GPS route today at: http://TrailsOffroad.com
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Alas poor Fuckpickle. We hardly knew you.
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A day hike up to Dome Rock, on a spur of Mt Madison in the White Mountain National Forest. This is one of my favorate day hikes, as it gives some good views without a whole lot of effort to get up there. The hike up along Cold Brook on the brookside trail has several good waterfalls and many cascades.
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I was fishing a small creek near Illinois for King Salmon and trout. I was hopping to land 1-2 females to get the eggs for the November stealhead run . Unfortunately no kings were in the mood and all we landed was male brown trout. I hope you guys enjoyed the video and hit that subscribe button and crush that . Follow me on : Facebook https://goo.gl/6To2fu Instagram : https://goo.gl/nvqSGm Twitter :https://goo.gl/E3U4Ko
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Lots of people died on the Oregon Trail. They died of diseases, food poisoning, physical accidents, and many other causes. Just 3 miles east of Government Camp, a woman pioneer died on her way to Oregon City. She was very sick for a few days and her husband and two kids stayed with her by the side of Barlow Road, hoping she would recover. When she died, they buried her there. Her grave was later discovered by workers building the Mt. Hood Loop Highway in 1924, and her grave was then moved a bit to the side of the highway. Ever since then, people who visited the simple grave left little trinkets as tokens of appreciation and sympathy. This video was recorded in July 2013, during a history bicycle tour organized by the Emilio Trampuz of the Mountain High Snowsport Club in Portland, Oregon. This was an opportunity to share some stories about the first Oregon settlers. Thanks to the 7 photographers who have contributed their pictures: Bruce McGavin, Chuck Westergren, Dan Lane, John Davis, Kristine Canham, Kurt Wilke, and Lisa Miller. Thanks to the 3 people who took videos: Lisa Miller, Scott Stepan, and Kurt Wilke. Most of this video is footage from Kurt Wilke, who recorded the video with Emilio's camera and some still photos with his own camera.
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Join me for a top-to-bottom ride on the brand new Jabberwocky Trail, in Ashland, Oregon. Music by SPEKt1: Low Lights EP Produced by Aria Zoner
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Exploring trail networks within cripple creek mountain estates just outside cripple creek on a honda trx 450, these trails connect with cripple creek outside mt. pisgah and rilite road, and then connects with highway 67 main road into cripple creek, there are some amazing views along the trail in spots too...
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***Update*** The South Fork Water Line Exhibit is now open on the 2nd floor of the Clackamas County Historical Society. Located in Oregon City at 211 Tumwater Drive. http://www.clackamashistory.org/ Lots of information and photos to view. **** **** **** **** In 1915, a pipeline was built to send much needed drinking water to Oregon City and West Linn. The water was collected from Memaloose Creek, and later the South Fork of the Clackamas about 8½ miles SE of Estacada, Oregon. Decommissioned in 1985, some of the pipeline, artifacts, bridges, and several tunnels still remain as well as three major waterfalls--all within a ½-mile radius. If you would like a Google Earth KML file I built that shows the semi-accurate locations of the roads, tunnels waterfalls, etc in this video, let me know and I can e-mail that to you. Here are some links about the area you might find interesting--more to come: Some history and a proposal to build a trail in the area: http://wyeastblog.wordpress.com/2010/02/13/proposal-south-fork-water-works-trail/ More History: http://www.sfwb.org/history.html Some kayakers' brave the area in a different way: http://www.oregonkayaking.net/riverframe.html
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After over 3 weeks in Washington, we finally made our way south into Oregon. We camped at the LL Stub Stewart State Park campground which was a great location for visiting Portland. We spent one day in Portland mostly food and brewery hopping. It was a hot day so we ended up sitting in the AC at the breweries longer and didn't fit in as much as we would have liked. We managed to hit up Blue Star for donuts, Stumptown for coffee, The Whole Bowl, Nong's Khao Man Gai, the Cookie Dough Cafe, Von Ebert Brewing and 10 Barrel Brewing - ALL in ONE day! **EXPENSE REPORTS** Curious how much this lifestyle is costing us?* Check out our latest expense report for month 5 on the blog: http://bit.ly/2EOvffj **STAY IN TOUCH** Travel Blog: http://thetradingtravelers.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tradingtrav... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tradingtrave... Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2JcDK0O #Portland #KeepPortlandWeird #PortlandOR
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Take a Virtual Tour : http://tours.km3media.com/tour.php?tourid=41004&referrer=youtube.com Pine Creek Cabins invites you to enjoy the home style hospitality and natural beauty of the Modoc County, Oregon. You will enjoy the old-fashioned atmosphere as well as the gardens, flowers, and wonderful mountain views!
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Escapod paired up with Line Camp Rentals of Arizona to bring you a laundry list of new features to make your off road trailer as versatile as a swiss army knife. Watch for a peek at some of the exciting developments in our Escapod 2019 off road teardrop trailer.
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I have been trying to get this correct for a few weeks now, but still haven't got it right. I will keep trying. I need to get a metronome to try to keep my speed slow and conststant. I found the tab on Walter De Peuter's page where you can find lots of other great stuff on Derroll Adams. Walter has done some very good demos of how to play in Derroll's style.
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Bancroft Middle School - Spring Concert (Beginning Orchestra - #1 Cripple Creek) May 29, 2013
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A couple of weeks ago, my wife and I had the chance to pay the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument a visit. This is part of the National Park Service located in Florissant, Colorado. This video shows some of the things you can expect to see there at the park. This park is home to several fossilized redwood trees as well as many miles of hiking trails, pine forests, elk, prairie dogs, ground squirrel and other forms of wildlife. As of this video, it was only $3 per person to enter the park and is off the beaten path enough to make the trip worth it for folks who prefer to be away from people while in nature. ---------- If this is your first time with us, my name is Dave, and David's Passage is the name of my vlog. This passage in life started with a desire to share my love of the outdoors with the world. My hope is that those who tune into my videos will be inspired to venture out and enjoy all of creation for what it's worth. This video blog features videos on an array of outdoor-related topics, as well as DIY projects that might just help you more fully enjoy the outdoors. New videos come out on Tuesdays at 3pm EST, so please subscribe and be on the lookout for new content soon! ---------- To keep up with what I'm doing outdoors, please subscribe to my channel and visit: http://www.davidspassage.com You can also connect with me on twitter: http://twitter.com/davidspassage and on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidspassage See you outdoors! Music you heard in this video was from the finger-style guitarist, David Youngman. I highly recommend you check him out. http://www.davidyoungmanmusic.com I have obtained written permission from the original artist to use his music in my videos.
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Listing Site: Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/ACJPGV Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Bathrooms Square Feet: 1296 Price: $499,500 MLS ID: 16042662 For more information about this property, please contact Jim Dusa at 6324699 or [email protected] You can also text 3728316 to 67299. COMPANY SOCIAL MEDIA: ------------------------------------------ http://www.berkshirehathawayhs.com/Dunnigan-Properties-CA314 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bhhsdunnigan?fref=ts YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6OkudRJhR1rlbL6HxLWHMg 07/21/2016 05:53:23 am Last modified:
Mollie Kathleen gold mine. When we were on vacation to Colorado in 2007 we went on a tour of the Mollie Kathleen mine in Cripple Creek, Colorado. It was a fun tour! Mollie Kathleen mine tour: http://goldminetours.com/goldminetours.com/Home.html Visit my Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/kennysart?feature=mhee For an opportunity to see my paintings go to: http://kenny-henson.artistwebsites.com http://www.etsy.com/shop/kennyart Thanks for watching!
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