The Pacific Coast Highway | The Coolest Stuff on the Planet
Summer's almost here and it's time for a road trip! We're heading down the Pacific Coast Highway in California. We'll stop at Monterrey, Carmel, and Big Sur, check out the magnificent scenery and discover other landmarks along the way.
Driving Big Sur - (California Pacific Coast Highway 1 [3X Speed])
A 71 mile drive on Big Sur, or Big South. Big Sur is a southern stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway in Central California, known for its world-famous views. The Pacific Coast Highway spans the entire Pacific coast of the United States, and into Baja, Mexico. It starts, or ends, near the border of Canada, in Washington state. The drive was on the late afternoon/evening of December 30, 2013 from about 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Points of Interest:
2:10 - Rocky Creek Bridge
2:30 - Bixby Bridge
6:00 - Leaving the coast/entering the woods and Big Sur Park/campgrounds
8:50 - Entrance to Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
10:35 - Getting back to the coast
15:00 - Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park/McWay Falls access
20:00 - Sunset begins and creates dramatic colors
22:10 - Limekiln State Park/campgrounds
25:26 - Jade Cove
13:55 - Car pulls out in front of us and almost causes a collision
17:10 - Structural fire that eventually turned into a mushroom cloud
17:38 - Stopping to look at whales after spotting them on the road
21:50 - Recently finished bridge that is incomplete on Google Maps/streetview
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USA Trip 2017!!! Part 1 - New York, Los Angeles, Universal Studios
In August 2017 my family and I went on a trip to USA! We were mainly there for the solar eclipse, but we decided to visit some places along the way. This is the first of two parts, where we go to New York and Los Angeles. I wanted to upload this as one long video, but it turns out that one of the songs in the next video is copyrighted. So I decided to split this into two parts, post one today, and then edit out the song and post part 2 next month. This was such an amazing trip and I'm really happy with how this video turned out. Enjoy!
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Because Irvine is home to very good public schools, a large number of jobs requiring a skilled workforce, and residential housing, Irvine was chosen in 2008 by CNNMoney.com as the fourth best place to live in the United States. In 2012, it was ranked in sixth place. In September 2011, Businessweek listed Irvine as the 5th best city in the US. In June 2010, the Federal Bureau of Investigation reported that Irvine had the lowest violent crime rate among cities in the United States with populations of more than 100,000, and in August 2008 the Census Bureau ranked Irvine as having the seventh highest median income among cities in the United States with populations of more than 65,000. In 2014, Irvine was named the best-run city in the U.S. by 24/7 Wall Street. Although Mercedes-Benz USA is headquartered in Montvale, New Jersey, the company selected Irvine for the second Mercedes-Benz Classic Center (and the only one outside of Germany), which opened in June 2006.
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As you may have noticed, we like to blow stuff up on this channel. So when the International Red Cross approached us to collaborate on a video about nuclear weapons, we were more than excited.
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LIST OF EVENTS -
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The Prop 8 ruling is coming out on Wednesday, August 4, and rally/celebration events are being organized across California and the United States. To find the event nearest you, continue below and click on the link above.
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The following list was compiled by Rex Wockner as of 9:30am, Wednesday, August 4.
CALIFORNIA BIG CITIES
LOS ANGELES: 6 p.m. | West Hollywood Park | 647 N. San Vicente
SAN DIEGO: March: 6 p.m. @ 6th & University | Rally: 7 p.m. @ LGBT Community Center | 3909 Centre St
SAN FRANCISCO: 5 p.m. | Castro & Market | March to City Hall | Rally: 6:45 p.m.
SACRAMENTO: 6 p.m. | Party | K & 21st | In the unlikely event Judge Walker rules against teh gay, there will be a march to the Capitol
SAN JOSE: 6 p.m. | Billy DeFrank Center | 983 the Alameda
LONG BEACH: 6 p.m. | Bixby Park | Junipero & Cherry @ Broadway
CALIFORNIA OTHER CITIES
BAKERSFIELD: 5 p.m | Outback Steakhouse | Stockdale Hwy & Village Lane
CONCORD: 6 p.m. | Todos Santos Plaza | Willow Pass & Grant
FRESNO: 7:30 p.m. | City Hall
INLAND EMPIRE (Rancho Cucamonga): 6 p.m. | Day Creek Blvd & Foothill Blvd
MARTINEZ: 6 p.m. | County Clerk | 822 Main St
MOUNTAIN VIEW: 6 p.m. | Caltrain Station & City Hall | 500 Castro St
NAPA: 6 p.m. | Veterans Memorial Park
ORANGE COUNTY (Santa Ana): 7 p.m. | Sasscer Park | 4th & Ross
PALM SPRINGS: 7 p.m. | Courthouse | 3255 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way
PITTSBURG: 7 p.m. | Community Presbyterian Church
PORTERVILLE: 5 p.m. | SaveMart | Henderson & Port
RICHMOND: 6 p.m. | City Hall | 450 Civic Center Plaza
SAN LUIS OBISPO: 5:30 p.m. | Mission Plaza Amphitheater
SAN MATEO: 6 p.m. | 5th & El Camino Real
SANTA BARBARA: 7 p.m. | Jill's Place | 632 Santa Barbara St
SANTA CRUZ: 5:30 p.m. | Diversity Center | 1117 Soquel Ave
SANTA ROSA: 7:30 p.m. | City Hall | 100 Santa Rosa Ave
UKIAH: 6 p.m. | Alex Thomas Plaza | 295 S. State St
VALLEJO: 5:30 p.m. | Ferry Terminal | Mare Island Way & Georgia St
WALNUT CREEK: 6 p.m. | City Hall | 1666 N. Main St
ATLANTA: 6 p.m. | 10th & Piedmont
AUSTIN: 5:30 p.m. | City Hall
BOSTON: 6 p.m. | Copley Square @ Copley T stop on Boylston St
BOULDER: 6:30 p.m. | Pride House | 2132 14th St
CHAMPAIGN-URBANA (IL): 7 p.m. | Green & Wright
CHARLOTTESVILLE (VA): 6 p.m. | City Hall | Free Speech Wall on the Downtown Mall side
CHICAGO: 6 p.m. | Daley Plaza
CLEVELAND: 5 p.m. | Bounce/Union Station
DALLAS: 6 p.m. | Legacy of Love Monument | Cedar Springs Road & Oak Lawn
DENTON (SATURDAY): 5 p.m. | Courthouse Square
DENVER: 6 p.m. | Capitol | Lincoln between Colfax & 14th
HOUSTON: 6 p.m. | City Hall
MADISON: 5 p.m. | Johnson & State
NEW YORK CITY: 7 p.m. | New York City Supreme Court | 60 Centre St
PHOENIX: 5:30 p.m. | Cesar Chavez Plaza @ City Hall | March @ 6 p.m. to federal courthouse
PROVIDENCE, RI: 6:30 p.m. | federal courthouse | 1 Exchange St
ROCHESTER, NY: 5 p.m. | Liberty Pole
SALT LAKE CITY: 8 p.m. | Capitol
SAN ANTONIO: 6:30 p.m. | City Hall
WASHINGTON, DC: 6 p.m. | Bravo Bravo Restaurant | 1001 Connecticut Ave NW | In the unlikely event Judge Walker rules against teh gay, there will be a protest at Judiciary Square on E St between 4th and 5th NW, and a march to the White House
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This video examines the importance of preserving the integrity of America's historic landscapes. Beginning with the role of landscape in film, the video uses landscapes familiar to most Americans to foster an understanding of how landscapes grow and change, but must still be preserved.
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Pacific Coast Highway, California, United States - Best Travel Destination
The Pacific Coast Highway (also called PCH) is one of America's most famous highways (probably second to Route 66). Stretching from the southern tip of Baja California to the top of the Olympic peninsula, the highway is 500 miles long. A two week drive from San Diego to the Redwood National Forest in Northern California is a great trip.
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RICHARD T. IWAMOTO (Age 80)
Loving husband, father and grandfather passed away on Sunday, June 19, 2011 in Huntington Beach, CA.
He was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Richard attended McKinley High School and later graduated from the University of Hawaii. He served in the Army at Schofield Barracks. Richard married Rose (Hamada) and they moved to Ohio, where he attended the University of Cincinnati Law School. He took a job as an attorney for the US Department of Agriculture in Washington, DC. He was active in the Hawaii State Society and Methodist Church. Richard retired after 30 years and moved to Huntington Beach. He worked part time at the OC Law Library and also as a movie extra. He helped organize the McKinley Alumni Association of Los Angeles.
We will remember Richard's witty conversation and sense of humor; his strength and dedication to his family; his keen interest in current events; his love of Hawaiian food and music, camping, fishing, golfing and raising orchids. He especially enjoyed activities with his grandchildren and was proud of their achievements.
Richard was preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, Rose; and his daughter, Joyce. He is survived by his children, Ross Iwamoto (Dianne) and Gail Smith (Jim); grandchildren, Matthew and Joy; brothers, Ralph, Reynold and Robert; and sister, Bernice Buxbaum.
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Maynard and Ethel Toll - Oral History Interview for the California Social Welfare Archives (CSWA)
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ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, UTAH ROAD TRIP TRAVEL GUIDE VLOG | Ep. 4 | illustrated by Sade
This video is about my exploration of the amazing Arches National Park in Moab, Utah. Travelers, if you haven't visited Utah yet, add it to your bucket list. Utah is amazing! I cannot express enough how incredible the people were and how incredibly beautiful our National Parks are. They are truly national treasures. I definitely hope to return to Arches very soon. I hope this video will inspire you to get your butts out there ASAP. Enjoy!
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