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Gaviota Wind Caves Hiking
We hiked to the Gaviota Wind Caves in Gaviota, California. These are caves formations made of sand stone. The trail is about 2.5 miles long. We decided to turn around at the lower caves although the upper caves were only 10 minutes up the hill. The views from the caves and the ridge on the trail was awesome.
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In this vlog Hueneme and I hike up to The Gaviota Wind Caves! Located off U.S. Highway 101 in Santa Barbara county, CA. These are quite unique caves, carved from the way the wind moves in the area. The hike is about 4 miles round trip at about 600 feet elevation. Definitely a beautiful hike and an amazing experience! Enjoy!! Follow me on https://instagram.com/cadgmoney https://twitter.com/cadgmoney https://soundcloud.com/cadgmoney https://facebook.com/jeff.cadger Please! The bike I ride http://bsdforever.com/products/ Camera I use is a Canon T6i https://goo.gl/mQWq7x Wide angle lens I use http://bit.ly/2tgeeEK Fisheye lens I use http://amzn.to/2oKm9EU Go pro I use session 5 https://goo.gl/4PB2He Drone I use http://bit.ly/2FmXCNh All the beats in my videos are made by me in Logic Pro X. Like and Subscribe! Hit the bell to get updates! Leave a comment! Thank you!
Views: 92 Jeff Cadger
Exploring Tunitas Beach
This video is about a little-known beach on the San Mateo County coastline called Tunitas Beach. If you have driven Highway 1 between Highway 82 and Half Moon Bay, you've likely seen the massive cliffs, especially traveling northbound. Tunitas is just south of the private Martin's Beach (no access between the two), and is listed on no maps I could find! That is because it is not a state beach, and there are no amenities. Thus, fires are okay, but these is also piles of trash on the beach. While there is a free parking turn-off up the hill off Highway 1, the trail down is very steep, and if it wasn't for a rope, it would be very treacherous. The better parking spot, according to locals, is the road off the creek, and there is a trail that goes under Hwy. 1 and alongside the lagoon out to the beach.
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Take Home the Central Coast: Hiking
Hiking the Central Coast of Ca from Hwy 1 to Pismo Beach
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Point Sal Trail - Guadalupe, California - 4/13/2016
It was an amazing experience and will definitely try again very soon!
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Long Beach, WA - Discovery Trail
(Viewing tips for the motion-sick prone: don't let the video occupy too much of your field of view -- stay far enough from the screen, or don't use full-screen -- and don't try to watch the whole 54 minutes all at once :) ) At the southwest corner of Washington State are Ilwaco, Long Beach, and Cape Disappointment State Park (part of the Lewis and Clark National Parks). Along the beach and through the park runs the ~8 mile Discovery Trail, paved for the length of the beach, and most of its run through the park. This is a video of the whole trail, in real time, from the north end to the south end in Ilwaco, and then the loop through the park roads until it meets back with the trail at Beard's Hollow. [For the same video at 3x speed, please see here: http://youtu.be/9xWq21B7lCI] The loop through the park includes five short climbs between Ilwaco and the turn-off for the Ranger's office (and the Cape Disappointment Lighthouse). Two of them are hardly worth mentioning, while the other three are significant but even a casual cyclist willing to gear down and take their time should be fine. Note that while the speed limit along that stretch is 25mph, I did see some drivers exceeding the limit significantly, and no enforcement in sight. Make sure you're visible and paying attention! Past the Ranger's office turn-off, the speed limit increases to 35mph and the road narrows a bit, but it's flatter and easier to keep one's speed up. I actually felt a little bit safer along that stretch than on the 25mph section. The whole trail is a real pleasure to ride (not counting loose dogs and their poop, of course). With a tailwind, it's like riding a nice gradual downgrade. Of course, going the other way (as I was here) it's like a long uphill. I'm not the fastest rider around anyway, so between taking it easy and the headwind, I take my time getting to the end. The trail is pretty winding with poor sight lines, and then once in the park can be wet and slippery with lots of needles and leaves, and even a tricky wood bridge here and there. It's a good place to slow down a bit and enjoy watching the birds (along the beach) and the salamanders (through the forest). :) Related map links: http://funbeach.com/maps-directions/discovery-trail-map/ http://www.nps.gov/lewi/planyourvisit/maps.htm Highlights of the ride include: Clark's Tree (a couple of fun hairpin turns here): 1:30 Going under the boardwalk at Sid Snyder Drive (watch yer head!): 9:30 Turn-off for the Gray whale skeleton: 10:05 Check out someone else's head-mounted camera video for a closer look at the skeleton: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_t02U1ERWMg#t=52s Water over the trail (eat my wake! :) ): 26:10 Steep gravel uphill section (a stronger rider, or with lower gearing than my road bike, probably wouldn't have to get off and walk part of it like I did :) ): 28:45 Long bridge at end of trail in Ilwaco: 38:30 Twisty trail with concrete-planked bridges adjacent to park road: 51:30
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Coastal Hiking Tours with Steve Denneen
Hiking Tours - California's Central Coast with Steve Denneen http://www.naturalhealingsoulutions.com http://www.coastalhikingtours.com (805) 801-8439 Steve Denneen a down to earth guy that really knows the outback of the Central Coast very well being his passion since childhood explains how getting out in nature creates adventure and balance for anyone looking for a variety of tours. Steve's variation of hiking tours accommodates all levels. He will guide you along the beautiful Central Coast of California. Come join an experienced hiker, for more then just a tour, it is an adventure!
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Hiking In the central coast of Calif.
Hiking the central coast of Calif.Orcutt and San Luis Ca. 2011 Photos By Jeri Wade
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Jalama Beach County Park Campground Lompoc California CA - CampgroundViews.com
Look where you're going with http://www.CampgroundViews.com Tour campgrounds and RV Parks around the US with thousands of videos, photos and written reviews. Subscribe to this Youtube Channel or join the club over at the website. Jalama Beach County Park Campground near Lompoc California is one of the most unique and special places the public has available to camp in the world. The remote location was once used by native populations as a beach front camp and is now prized as a vacation destination for campers. Little known due to its secluded location and lack of marketing the campground is situated in an incredibly picturesque and quiet location along the California West Coast. Jalama Beach is a respite from typically bustling seaside parks, yet offers many conveniences. Groceries, personal care sundries, firewood, fishing bait and tackle, ice, beer and wine may be purchased at the Jalama Store (also popular for its tasty grill). 107 total campsites and 31 with electric hookups this unique location is an amazing spot to spend a few nights camping next to the beach. Sites have picnic tables and fire rings. Restrooms with running water and showers are available. Also water spigots are dispersed throughout the grounds and an easy to access dump station is available. The bulk of the sites are located at sea level with paved roads and sand/ grass parking and camping pads. The sea level campsites do not offer any hookups are better suited to smaller RVs and tent campers. The prized sites are situated on the southern loop road beach side. For small campers and tents this allows you to literally camp on the beach! In addition there are terraced camping rows with majestic views looking down on the lower camp, beach, ocean, and shoreline. These upper sites have concrete parking pads and electric hookups. Many are suitable for larger RVs. Finally there are two group camping areas and a handful of amazingly situated camping cabins. No matter the campsite campers will find themselves in an amazing location. Access to Jalama Beach County Park Campground is via a 15 mile long two lane country road that meanders from its start at the Pacific Coast Highway (CA 1) through farm and cattle land as it climbs, descends and rolls along the coastal hills. The road is a bit rough, twisty and slow-going making it a perfect bicycling route for cyclists and an inhibitor against crowds. The treat for first time visitors is the awe inspiring view as you emerge from the hills and look down at the campground next to the beach... amazing. A Santa Barbara County Park, Jalama Beach County Park Campground, is staffed by camp hosts and subject to county rules on occupancy, reservations and length of stays. Jalama Beach County Park Campground is subject to strong onshore winds perfect for kite boarding or surfing. This area of the coast is also popular for shark attacks so caution and experience is advised for folks venturing into the waves. No lifeguard are available. Jalama Beach County Park Campground is also situated below the rail-line with an occasional Amtrak Surfliner rolling by. The train passes over a large trestle bridge across the Jalama Creek bed making for a pretty picture. Reservations can be made online at the Santa Barbara County Parks website and are strongly advised. A digital board is located near the start of the 15 mile drive advising campers if sites are available on a first come first served basis. For campers winging it your fallback campsites will be at Gaviota or Lompoc. Leashed dogs are allowed on the beach. Sunsets are incredible from this location. Whales are regularly spotted swimming just off-shore. An absolute must visit campground in California. There is no cell service at this location. Pay phones are available. http://www.campgroundviews.com/listing/jalama-beach-county-park/ Music licensed from: MusicBakery.com or PremiumBeats.com depending upon the track.
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Sycamore Trail to Ontario Ridge | Avila Beach, CA
Sycamore Crest Trail | Avila Beach, CA ~ 2 miles round trip Starts at Sycamore Springs (a natural hot springs!) Dogs allowed, fairly easy for children (we even saw one stroller!)
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San Onofre Beach and Campground
An aerial overview of San Onofre Beach and campground. Bluffs beach is on the California coast between Camp Pendleton and San Clemente. A rugged beach with fewer people, it offers a quiet beach atmosphere to get away from it all.
Views: 8243 Tom Spurlock
Video Review of the Bonita Hiking Trail in Bonita California
Quick video review of the Bonita Hiking Trail in Bonita California. This is a great walking, biking, running or hiking trail just outside of Chula Vista. The course is 3.3 miles around Rhor Park and Chula Vista Municipal Golf Course. If you're looking to get in some exercise then put this trail on your list. If you want more quick reviews of Chula Vista businesses then be sure to check out www.ChulaVistaLiving.com
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Carpinteria State Beach, California
Favorite Sites: 20, 22, 25, 26, 32, 37, 45, 124-146, 447-460
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Family Hike. Bob Jones Trail and Sycamore Crest
Rogness Family Hike Bob Jones Trail & Sycamore Crest
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San Simeon State Park ~ San Simeon Creek Campground ~ A Campground Fav!
Looking for a campground on California's Central Coast between Big Sur and Morro Bay? We enjoy San Simeon Creek Campground in San Simeon State Park located just off Highway 1, between the towns of San Simeon and Cambria. Hiking, beach, views and lots to do nearby. A campground favorite! Need to do a little Amazon Shopping? http://amzn.to/2mVJ0Pd http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=590 Music: "Learn to Fly" & "House in My Head" by Josh Woodward "Creative Commons Attribution music by Josh Woodward" https://www.joshwoodward.com/song/LearnToFly https://www.joshwoodward.com/song/HouseInMyHead We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.
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Bishop's Peak, San Luis Obispo
This video is about our hike to Bishop's Peak in San Luis Obispo California. Video was recorded on Saturday 02.15.2014 using Contour ROAM+2 HD and Gorilla Tripod. All music credits go to Playing for Change for song "Groove in G"!!.
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Seven Falls- Santa Barbara
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Mormon Emigrant Trail History presented by Stephanie Farrel
This is the story of the Mormon Emigrant Trail in Northern California. It begins at Pleasant Valley in Eldorado County and continues on through Amador County. This story took place shortly after the Mexican American War and during the Gold Rush in California. Some of the stops include Tragedy Springs and Carson Pass. It's a fascinating story filled with rich history of the West. As seen on Sierra Community Access Television http://sierratv2.blogspot.com/
Camping At Refugio
Camping with Brenda and Dan Green and Ron, Heidi, Dutch and Piper Althouse Nov 2010 - created at http://animoto.com
Butano State Park, California  Campsite Photos
Butano State Park's 2,200 acres lie in a secluded redwood-filled canyon. The park features miles of hiking trails, 21 drive-in campsites and 18 walk-in campsites. Restrooms with running water are provided. Drinking water is available at the park in both the campground and in the day use areas. Guided nature walk and weekend campfire programs are offered during the summer. If you find our videos helpful to you, why not help us. We have added a donation button on the bottom of our homepage at campsitephotos.com.
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Joel and Shannon Stiner Climb Valencia Peak
Joel and Shannon Stiner Climb Valencia Peak in California's beautiful Montana de Oro State Park just outside Morrow Bay and San Luis Obispo, California
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Xterra Marquette 2013 - Triathlon - Epic Run - Trail Genius
This entire trail run course complete with synced GPS can be found on the video-course-map (http://trailgenius.com/trail-genius-map/xterra-marquette-2013-epic-distance) created by Trail Genius for Xterra Marqutte. A 10 mile trail run that has racers climb the monster hills of the famous Marquette North Trails. Racer Chris Marr is followed by the Trail Genius film providing no better view of what it takes to complete this Epic course.
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El Capitan campgrounds
El Capitan State Beach north of Santa Barbara, California. I shot this in Feb. 2010, short movie of campground area. Storm out over the water! See more at www.west-coast-beach vacations.com.
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HOKA ONE ONE Top Trails - Flagstaff, AZ
Our fifth stop for the HOKA ONE ONE Top Trails video series is Flagstaff, Arizona. Flagstaff sits at an elevation of 7,000 feet and is a popular high-altitude training location for elite runners. It offers a wide network of single track trails, paved and unpaved roads and paths at a range of elevations extending beyond 12,000 feet. Flagstaff’s proximity to the Grand Canyon, historic Route 66 and Sedona area make it a truly unique destination for runners. In this episode, we follow the HOKA ONE ONE Top sponsored training group “Northern Arizona Elite,” on a run at Aspen Corner, and talk to two of their athletes, Ben Bruce and Matt Llano. Later, Bruce and Llano lead us on a run at Lockett Meadow near the San Francisco Peaks, the highest mountain range in Arizona. Hosts Matt Barnhart and Ian Terpin sit down for lunch at Criollo Latin Kitchen and talk to Ben Rosario (Coach, Northern Arizona Elite) about Northern Arizona Elite and some of the local culture. Barnhart visits Run Flagstaff to talk to Vince Sherry (owner, Run Flagstaff) about the network of trails in Flagstaff and its surrounding areas. Barnhart and Terpin also get a change to visit the highly recommended Diablo Burger. To browse our selection of trail running shoes please visit: http://www.hokaoneone.com/mens-trail/
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Palomar Mountain State Park, California Campsite Photos
Palomar Mountain State Park features spectacular views of the Pacific, camping, picnicking, hiking, and fishing (trout) in Doane Pond. Coniferous forests cover much of the 1,897 acres, in contrast with the dry lowlands surrounding the mountain. This is one of the few southern California areas with a Sierra Nevada-like atmosphere. East of the park is the world-famous Palomar Observatory. If you find our videos helpful to you, why not help us. We have added a donation button on the bottom of our homepage at campsitephotos.com.
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Goat Canyon Trestle Bridge
The Goat Canyon Trestle bridge, located in Carrizo Gorge near Jacumba, CA is the largest curved wooden trestle bridge in the world. We started our hike at the trailhead off the dirt road next to the De Anza Springs (clothing optional) resort. The hike was on a relatively flat trail that followed a railroad track all the way to the bridge. A few people in our group rode their bikes while the rest of us hiked. This was a 16-mile out and back trail in a remote location and it is not recommended to hike or bike alone. Round up a few friends, go out there and have a fabulous time on this epic adventure!
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California State Parks: Russ Christoff visits Mount Diablo State Park
From the series "Traveling California State Parks" with Russ Christoff. Used by permission of Under the Stars Productions. Information may have changed since filming. Visit http://www.parks.ca.gov/default.asp?page_id=517 for updated information.
Morro Bay State Park, California
These are the updated campsite numbers. Favorites are 30, 61, and 124.
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Palo Duro Canyon, Red Canyon Hike Uncut July 29, 2012
Nice hike up Red Canyon in Palo Duro Canyon with 100+ temps. It's mostly uncut and therefore very long. Photos: https://plus.google.com/u/0/110777736460621772345/posts/KypgNLuip8h Hike path: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid=207520595414033939294.0004c60151c555c09ace9&msa=0&ll=34.940805,-101.669519&spn=0.01613,0.033023
Views: 258 Bary Nusz
San Simeon State Park, CA  Washburn Campsite Photos
This primitive campground is approximately 1 mile inland from the beach on a plateau overlooking the Santa Lucia mountains as well as the Pacific Ocean. Washburn campground can be accessed from the San Simeon Creek Campground entrance station. Facilities here include a fire ring and picnic table at each campsite, water spigots, chemical flush toilets and use of the dump station and water fill-up. If you find our videos helpful to you, why not help us. We have added a donation button on the bottom of our homepage at campsitephotos.com.
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CampgroundViews.com - Refugio State Beach Campground Goleta / Santa Barbara California CA
http://www.CampgroundViews.com takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide tent and RV campers with a first person view of a campground or RV park. Refugio State Beach Campground north of Goleta and Santa Barbara California offers excellent coastal fishing as well as trails and picnic sites. Palm trees planted near Refugio Creek give a distinctive look to the beach and camping area. Primitive tent and RV camping. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
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Biking the Pacific Coast Bike Route - EP. #77
Follow along as I ride my bike from Carpenteria to Oxnard, California on the Pacific Coast bike route ► http://amzn.to/1TkKdYD ADDITIONAL LINKS & RESOURCES Bicycle Touring Pro (official website): http://bicycletouringpro.com/blog/?ap_id=youtube The Bicycle Touring Blueprint (a book that teaches you how to conduct your own bicycle touring adventures all around the world): http://bicycletouringpro.com/blog/course/?ap_id=youtube The Essential Guide to Touring Bicycles: http://bicycletouringpro.com/blog/touring-bicycles-buyers-guide/?ap_id=youtube Free $25 Travel Credit with AirBNB: http://bicycletouringpro.com/blog/airbnb GoBicycleTouring (700+ guided bike tours all around the world): http://www.gobicycletouring.com Bicycle Touring Pro's Free Bike Tour Starter Guide: http://bicycletouringpro.com/blog/freecourse/ MY SOCIAL NETWORKS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bicycletouring Twitter: https://twitter.com/bicycletouring Instagram: http://instagram.com/bicycletouringpro Google+: http://bicycletouringpro.com/blog/google-plus
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"Cojo Point The Ranch" 4-7 foot wave faces, California - surfing
To all you hardcore surfers this one is for you! As you may know how impossible it is to gain public access into these exclusive ranch point breaks and beach that are highly guarded for the privileged few at Point Conception CA. Only by boat have some dared to enter through the thick and dangerous kelpy waters, you do not want to get stuck off -shore on this coast 7-10 miles in, because the prevailing wind will blow you far out to extremely perilous seas of the Pacific Ocean! What you see here is an extremely rare sight, full high quality video shot from the beach! Other breaks will include "Government Point" "Perko's" Cojo Reef". The ending shot of video is from Gaviota pier looking back north. I feel very blessed and honored to bring you this rare and very special video to me, for all of you that believe in sharing the ocean in which god has given us! Thank you very much for visiting my YouTube Channel: "henryssurfshowcase" https://www.youtube.com/user/surfingsoutherncalif
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RV Camping | Weekend at Ocean Mesa at El Capitan Canyon, Santa Barbara CA
Morning hikes, the beach, campfire while watching shooting stars!
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Van Damme State Park, California
Favorite Sites: 5, 9, 15, 18, 21, 26, 30, 32, 42, 48, 56
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CampgroundViews.com - Crystal Cove State Park Moro Campground Laguna Beach California CA
http://www.CampgroundViews.com takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide tent and RV campers with a first person view of a campground or RV park. Crystal Cove State Park Moro Campground in Laguna Beach California is located off Pacific Coast Highway between Corona Del Mar and Laguna Beach, and is one of Orange County's largest remaining examples of open space and natural seashores. Recreation at Crystal Cove can be had along seven separate coves stretching the 3.2 miles of beach or hiking and mountain biking through the 2,400 undeveloped acres of the El Moro Backcountry. Partial and primitive hookup RV and tent camping. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
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Granada Hills Aerial
Flying in Granada Hills California. Shows old houses from then 1960s. Patrick henry jr high school and
Views: 331 Miez Production
Esik and Aaron Cruz Hiking with Erica pt. 2
2nd Hill we ran from the hike. central coast, in salinas, california
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Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park in Agua Dulce
The 932 acre Vasquez Rocks Natural Area Park, owned and managed by the County of Los Angeles, contains ancient rock sculptures created by 20 to 25 million years of earthquake movement along the Elkhorn Fault, an offshoot of the San Andreas Fault. Quite an amazing spectacle to see. Named after a notorious bandit who used the area to hide from the Sheriff. More info and pics at http://www.conejovalleyguide.com/welcome/geological-wonders-at-vasquez-rocks-natural-area-park-in-agu.html For thousands of things to do throughout Ventura County and occasionally in adjacent areas like Agua Dulce, visit http://www.ConejoValleyGuide.com
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Bonita, California
Fall in love with one extravagant home that rarely comes on the market. Located in the private location of Bonita just up the hill from the Golf Course. Seamless indoor/outdoor living, designed to embrace the sound and sight of peace. Impressive "clean-lined” interior with owned solar system, hardwood, marble, trav floor, carved ceilings, lavish appliances, granite countertops, pop-up sinks, salt water pool & SPA, security, water filtration, skylights, bar.
Views: 171 DEL Real Estate
A closer look at the old Sunny Acres building in SLO
The Sunny Acres building above Johnson Avenue in San Luis Obispo, Calif., will be turned into permanent housing for San Luis Obispo County adults with mental illness. | Video by AnnMarie Cornejo For more SLO County videos, subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/SanLuisObispoTribune The Tribune is the leading news organization in San Luis Obispo County. We've been providing our community with news and information about California's Central Coast for 145 years — and counting! Visit us at SanLuisObispo.com.
Views: 2773 The Tribune
Port Isabel Lighthouse
Watch Rio History with Steve Hathcock at the Historic Port Isabel Lighthouse in Port Isabel, Texas. Visit this page for more Rio History with Steve Hathcock: http://wintertexantv.com/riohistory.html
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Home for Sale in Brighton, CO | $249,900
Address: 4587 Tanner Peak Trail City: Brighton County: Adams State: CO Zip Code: 80601 Price: $249,900 Bedrooms: 4 Total Baths: 3 Full Baths: 2 Partial Baths: 1 ½ Baths: 1 Garage Stalls: 2 Square Ft: 2374 Lot Size: 0.14 Year Built: 2006 Large Jayman Home in the desirable Brighton Crossing development. This home features an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings on the upper level. Mountain views from the large eat in kitchen, stainless steel appliances, a main floor private laundry with a 1/2 bath. Buyer’s will love the large two car detached garage and additional storage outside the home. The lighting fixtures and paint have been updated. The Master Bedroom features a four piece Master Bath with tons of light and a Vaulted ceiling. The finished basement with an additional bedroom option allows one to spread out throughout the home. Walk to parks, the community pool, and even a school. Easy access to Shopping, DIA and Downtown Denver attractions. The Seller’s are offering a 14/mo Blue Ribbon Home Warranty. http://www.obeo.com/842835 http://www.coloradohomes.com/ID/743462 Richard 'Michael' Beninati Team Name: Metro Denver Real Estate Group Office: Denver Central Cell Phone: (720) 205-8347 Direct Phone: (303) 780-7477 Office Phone: (303) 320-5733 E-mail: [email protected]
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CampgroundViews.com - Millerton Lake State Recreation Area Friant California CA State Park
http://www.CampgroundViews.com takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide tent and RV campers with a first person view of a campground or RV park. Millerton Lake State Recreation Area in Friant California offers 47 miles of shoreline for water sports including swimming, fishing, and boating. During winter, the park has special boat tours to view the bald eagles. The park also has boat camping. Full, partial, and primitive hookup RV and tent camping sites. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
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Gaviota, Muelle de Santa Cruz y la Bahia de Monterey, California Estados Unidos USA EEUU.MP4
desde Santa Cruz California EEUU USA video por Jack D Deal
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CampgroundViews.com - Cachuma Lake Recreation Area Santa Barbara California CA Campground
http://www.CampgroundViews.com takes user submitted videos combined with professional editing to provide tent and RV campers with a first person view of a campground or RV park. Cachuma Lake Recreation Area is located between Santa Barbara California and Solvang California. Set amidst acres of wilderness flanked by the picturesque Santa Ynez and San Rafael Mountains, lies glimmering Cachuma Lake. Here you will find practically everything you need for a relaxing getaway in the great outdoors. Mild temperatures, typically sunny skies, and celebrated fishing conditions make camping here during winter months exceptionally rewarding. Full, partial, and primitive tent and RV camping sites situated near and around the shores of the lake. Music Licensed From MusicBakery.com
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