We Hiked to the Mexican Border, and This is What We Saw!
This 8 mile long hike in Seminole Canyon State Park is an absolutely amazing hike you need to try! The trail follows Seminole Creek to the the Rio Grande at the Mexican border where Texas ends. Stop for a little rest and snack at the overlook to Panther Cave. When ready, you can take the easy way back to the trailhead on the Rio Grande Trail which is essentially a dirt road. If you have any questions, you can always reach us on Instagram: Jason’s Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/jason_takacs">https://www.instagram.com/jason_takacs</a>/ Alison’s Instagram: <a href="https://www.instagram.com/alison.takacs">https://www.instagram.com/alison.takacs</a>/
Tarantula's? In La Junta, Colorado
Come along has Rich and Rachel explore La Junta, Colorado while hunting for TARANTULAS! Love you Fam!! The Steel One PO Box # 441186 Aurora, Co 80044-1186 If you send something, let me know because I don't check my PO box very often. The Steel One Merch! <a href="https://teespring.com/stores/the-steel-one-merch">https://teespring.com/stores/the-steel-one-merch</a> Facebook Group! <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/748605672138789">https://www.facebook.com/groups/748605672138789</a>/ Twitter! <a href="https://twitter.com/thesteelone">https://twitter.com/thesteelone</a> Instagram! <a href="https://www.instagram.com/thesteelonetv/?hl=en">https://www.instagram.com/thesteelonetv/?hl=en</a>
Searching for a car accident and lost tools magnet fishing under a bridge
Jeff and I head out to check for what is rumored to be a crash site where a truck lost expensive tools into the river! It was a ton of fun and something you can do too!
Check Out a Book -- And Georgia's State Parks -- Free From Your Local Library
Summer is the perfect time for reading a good book and visiting Georgia State Parks. And you can do both by checking them out with your library card at most local Georgia Libraries.
Seven Suggestions for Observing "Get Outdoors Month" In NW Georgia and Atlanta
June is designated Great Outdoors Month by the Outdoor Recreation Roundtable. If you're in the Greater Atlanta Area or NW Georgia and looking for an easy, close-in location to join in the outdoor activities, here are a few ideas for outdoor family outings within an hour of the I-285 perimeter (which includes some links where the author/website may earn a fee for advertising):
Solo Exploration and Camping by My 13th Abandoned Pond
Decided to do a quick overnighter at another abandoned pond out at the Charles C. Deam Wilderness. This one was not very far out, probably about 0.8 miles from the Hickory Firetwower Parking lot. I had not used my Zpacks Duplex tent in a while and so wanted to take it with me. I also had some new products I was testing out such as a Stansport 8-inch oil lantern, UCO tealight lantern, and a Silky Big Boy 2000 saw. All worked perfectly and really added to the trip. Made my usual meal of a ribeye steak cooked over the fire and just really enjoyed myself. I love to do a solo camping every once in a while. I also enjoy making videos where I let the pictures tell the story rather than narrate them. I hope you all enjoy this one.
Explore a piece of desert paradise in San Tan Mountain Regional Park
The scenic San Tan Mountain Regional ParkMaricopa County Parks. (QUEEN CREEK, AZ) - Arizona always offers a new area to explore for those who are curiously seeking beauty and adventure. Here’s one option: consisting of over 10,000 acres, the San Tan Mountain Regional Park is a large rural park located in Pinal County, and administered by Maricopa County Parks. The park is just south of Queen Creek and preserves a portion of the San Tan Mountains, making it a beautiful southwest destination to admire the Sonoran Desert.
Exploring the ruins of a long forgotten home
This episode I explore around the foundation of a long forgotten home. Its amazing to think about what live would have been like for the people who lived in it. Thank you for watching and I hope you enjoy!
2 Days Exploring and Camping by an Abandoned Pond
Well, another pond exploration in the books, and this one I had company. A few of my camping buddies joined me for this one. We found a nearby homestead foundation, ate great camp meals, had wonderful campfire chats, and overall it was a very good trip. This is another pond in the Charles C. Deam Wilderness that was either built by the Civilian Conservation Corps or was part of some of the original families that settled the area and tried to make a go of farming. We had great sunny weather on Saturday of this trip and it was nice to have my friends with me.
A Weekend Escape to South Dakota
Did you know that Mount Rushmore and Badlands National Park are a 6-hour drive from Denver? Below I'll highlight some recommendations for a fun weekend in South Dakota that won't break the bank.
Exploring the Beach Town "La Jolla" in San Diego
"La Jolla" is a town in San Diego county located right on the Pacific Coast. It is very aesthetic with lots of palm trees, pastel colored buildings, and local businesses downtown. There are also great places to eat drink and nearby, and tourist hot spots that will be discussed in later videos. Follow me on NewsBreak for more San Diego and Cali content!
Trail of Abandoned Buildings
One of Victor’s “Trails of Gold”, the Vindicator Valley Trail leads you two miles around the historic Independence mining camp outside of Victor. Construction of the mines began in the 1890s and came to a close in the 1950s when the Vindicator mine shut down. Several of Victor’s largest mines are located here. There are over a dozen mines on the hillside visible from the trail and from the road if you’re just driving by. It’s a very scenic hike along a gravel road.
Antique Trash Upcycled to Treasure?
We were searching a military camp used by the US Army during the Spanish American War (1898-1899). We located an antique jug that would have been extremely valuable if it had not been broken 120+ years ago. We will have more videos attempting to salvage this incredible piece of history.
Valuable Antique Bottles Found in 1860's Basement
Today I explored the basement of a home build in the 1860's that has not been inhabited for almost 100 years. I found incredible rare bottles.
Exploring the Saddest graveyard in Alabama
This was such a sad graveyard to explore. It is amazing to see it left in such poor shape. Do you think this graveyard could ever be beautiful again?
Exploring the Ruins of German Immigrants from 1813
We head out to the western part of Virginia to explore the Utz family home. They where a family of German immigrants who escaped the religious prosecution of the 1800s to establish a new home and church in the fertile valleys of Virginia. It is an amazing homesite and I hope you enjoy the tour!
Exploring a Old West Ghost Town
This adventure takes us all the way out west to explore a ghost town from the late 1800s. This is a really fun adventure and we hope you enjoy!
Muppet Treasure Island Made Exploring Look Exciting
An older ship exploring to new worldsRaimond Klavins/Unsplash. A few days ago, I read a great article on Medium by Amanda Laughtland that was about some of her memories of watching Kermit The Frog & The Muppet Show, which brought up memories of me watching Kermit & the Muppet crew.
Sea Lions of Seal Rock, Laguna Beach, California !
Today we're adventuring to famous Seal Rock of Laguna Beach, California at the north end of Crescent Cove. The conditions are great, the weather is bright and the Sea Lions are present ! I entered from North Crescent Cove along the shore and shallow reefs below the towering cliffs. The water is cool and the sun is hot.