PCT 2018 - California Section E - Agua Dulce to Tehachapi Pass
Our fifth installment of our PCT hike.
California section E starts at Agua Dulce and finishes at Tehachapi Pass taking 112 miles to complete.
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Campfire by Marc Robillard.
We Tell Stories by Josh Fuhrmeister.
For The One by Eldar Kedem.
Empty Promises by Ethan Rank.
Swelled with Rain by Starry-Eyed.
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Top 8 Things to do in Lompoc, California (SoCal Auto Club Quick Escape): Traveling with Kids
Quick escape to Lompoc, California, using the Westways Magazine from the Automobile Club of Southern California as a guide. In this episode, we visit the La Purisima State Historic Park (00:16), watch the Lompoc Valley Flower Festival parade (02:59), check out the Lompoc Museum and the Artesia School Museum (04:34), wine tasting at Flying Goat Cellars in the Wine Ghetto on the Lompoc Wine Trail (06:10), eat a yummy meal at Scratch Kitchen (07:12), see some wild horses at Return to Freedom (08:46), and play at Jalama Beach Park (10:59).
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Paramount Ranch: Exploring the Famous Movie Set State Park
Paramount Ranch: Exploring the Famous Movie Set State Park
Recently featured on the hit HBO show Westworld, Paramount Ranch has a long history of being the backdrop for hundreds of famous TV shows and movies. This ranch is now a state park and it is open to the public daily, even when there is filming happening.
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Vasquez Rocks - Natural Area Park - California
Vasquez Rocks, located in the high desert near Agua Dulce, California, features 932 acres of amazing rock formations.
The rocks’ history began in prehistoric times when the sandstone rocks were uplifted, showing their jagged red features and later exposed by activity along the San Andreas Fault.
The Tataviam American Indians were living here when the Spanish arrived.
In 1874 Tiburcio Vasquez, one of California’s most notorious bandits, used these rocks to elude capture by law enforcement. His name has since been associated with this geologic feature.
The park is a popular hiking, picnicking, and equestrian area and has been used as a setting for key scenes in many movies, music videos, video games, television shows and commercials.
Movies and TV shows like Friends, CSI, Star Trek, Power Rangers, Roswell, The Bionic Woman, The Flintstones, Planet of the Apes, among many.
Music Videos such as, “Black or White” by Michael Jackson, “Rehab” by Rihanna, “Steal My Girl” by One Direction, “Resta in Ascolto” by Laura Pausini, among many.
An amazing place to visit!
Things to do in Nevada Travel Guide | USA Road Trip 2017
Join us as we visit Nevada state covering attractions outside of Las Vegas on a USA road trip of a lifetime focusing on outdoor adventures in our things to do in Nevada travel guide. As many know tourism in Nevada is often focused around a trip to Las Vegas; however, what many may not know is that the state of Nevada features a plethora of National Parks, fascinating highways and roadside attractions worth visiting. Come along as we hop in our Camaro rental car exploring as much of Nevada as we possibly can on a three-day #NevadaStories road trip.
Things to do in Nevada Travel Itinerary:
1) Picking up our rental car and breakfast in Las Vegas, Nevada
2) Visiting Lake Mead National Recreation Area for a short hike in Nevada
3) Visiting the Hoover Dam in Nevada
4) Black Canyon kayaking tour visiting the Emerald Cave
5) Drove to Mesquite, Nevada to stay overnight
1) Visited the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada exploring Fire Arch Rock, White Domes, Rainbow Vista and Atlatl Rock
2) Road trip on Highway 93 to Alamo, NV
3) Checked in to the Windmill Lodge with a hotel tour of our room
4) Dinner at the Windmill Ridge restaurant eating barbecue ribs, mashed potatoes and peanut butter bar for dessert
1) Pahranagat national wildlife refuge to spot birds and walk around in nature
2) ET Fresh Jerky for delicious Alien jerky and to buy alien sunglasses
3) Driving on the Extraterrestrial Highway on our USA road trip (aka Nevada State Route 375)
4) Alien Research Center in Hiko, Nevada *(Wed-Sun 11am to 6pm)*
5) Alien Black Mailbox to communicate with Aliens
6) Visiting Little A'le'Inn in Rachel, Nevada on the Extraterrestrial Highway
7) Touring Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for sunset
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Things to do in Nevada Travel Guide | USA Road Trip 2017 Video Transcript:
Our trip began in Las Vegas, but having already been there before, we wasted no time on the Strip. After a short night’s rest, we grabbed a hearty breakfast, hopped in our rental car, and hit the road for our first stop of the day: Lake Mead.
Hoover Dam is one of the most visited attractions in Nevada with as many as 1 million people taking the tour every year, and even more driving across the dam.
Fun fact: there is enough concrete in Hoover Dam to build a 4 foot wide sidewalk around the Earth at the Equator. That’s a whole lot of concrete!
Kayaking in Black Canyon was the highlight of the day. We lucked out with blue skies, calm waters, and the scenery was pretty spectacular - especially once we entered the canyon.
Halfway up stream we took a break from kayaking and went on a short hike.
We also stopped at the Emerald Cave, which gets it’s name from the bright emerald green colour reflected in the water.
We had an hour’s journey to reach the Valley of Fire that morning, and it was a very leisurely drive down some scenic stretches of road. We knew we were getting closer to the park when we noticed the landscape colours started becoming more saturated.
Once we entered Valley of Fire State Park, the fun began. This park is known for its rock formations, panoramic vistas, and hiking trails, so there was no shortage of things to see and do.
Back on the road, we hit our first stop on the ET Highway: ET Fresh Jerky! This is an alien-themed shop selling everything from martian soda to alien sunglasses, so we used this as an opportunity to load up on snacks.
After stopping for photos at the ET Highway marker which is covered in stickers, we journeyed on to the Alien Research Centre, which is pretty hard to miss considering they have a giant metal alien standing guard on a hill.
Out front, we spotted a UFO-towing pick-up truck and a green alien welcoming earthlings, while inside we were surrounded by Area 51 warning signs and all sorts of alien-themed souvenirs.
And then it was time to turn around, drive back to Vegas, and fly back home,.
A surprise addition to our Nevada travel guide was visiting Red Rock Canyon, which is just a 20-minute drive from the Vegas Strip.
Our final thoughts? There are way more things to do in Nevada than just Las Vegas and we’re glad we got to experience a mix of nature and quirky attractions on this mini USA road trip! If you have any other suggestions of cool things to see and do around the state, feel free to leave your recommendations in the comments below.
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Mi playa favorita de México!
Conoce mi playa favorita de todo México. Aquí el video 360 con Bestday.com
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Mojave Desert - California, United States
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Mojave Desert California
Though arid and harsh, the Mojave Desert is home to over 200 endemic plant species and only one kind of tree, the Joshua Tree.
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Travel blogs from Mojave Desert:
- ... I drove through the Mojave Desert (no idea what the desert is called, but the town on the endge is Mojave ) and crossed over the third and ...
- ... , but I have soon cool ones to add and will have more from this weekend of course Off to drive through the baking hot Mojave desert to Vegas in a minute, Paul's taking his laptop and Luxor has free broadband so I'll try update at some point inbetween ...
- ... So picture this: We're in the middle of the Mojave desert ...
- ... As we finished driving through western Arizona, the landscape continued on through the Mojave Desert pretty scarce of life ...
- ... On the other side of the mountain we crossed a 15 mile stretch of the Mojave Desert with a bunch of construction equipment in the middle of white sand ...
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- Palm Springs, California Desert, California, United States
- Ventura, California, United States
- Johannesburg, California, United States
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- Looking out to the Mojave Desert by Drewjones from a blog titled Agua Dulce to Bishop
- Mojave Desert Sunset by Cobra1899 from a blog titled The Journey Continues.
- Mojave Desert, I-15 by Edct from a blog titled Day 12: Las Vegas, NV to Ventura, CA.
- Mojave Desert #1 by Cobra1899 from a blog titled The Journey Continues.
- Mojave Desert #2 by Cobra1899 from a blog titled The Journey Continues.
- Mojave Desert by Cobra1899 from a blog titled Not seeing the forest for the trees.
- Mojave Desert by Cbolenski from a blog titled Mojave
Veracruz y Catemaco, un paseo inolvidable
Veracruz es una de las ciudades más encantadoras y antiguas de México. Sigue leyendo la descripción para más información acerca de los lugares que mencionamos en el video
Para visitar la Veracruz y Catemaco lo más fácil es llegar a:
Aeropuerto Internacional de Veracruz (VER)
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*Qué hacer en Veracruz:
-Da una vuelta por el Puerto de Veracruz y déjate sorprender por la Isla de los Sacrificios, visita el fuerte de San Juan de Ulúa que ahora es un museo y recorre el Centro de Veracruz por la tarde-noche, seguro encontrarás alguna actividad cultural interesante y entretenida que ver.
-Visita Catemaco que está a 3 horas en carro del Puerto de Veracruz.
*Qué hacer en Catemaco:
-Toma un tour por la laguna, es lo mejor que puedes hacer. Te sorprenderás con los paisajes y con las historias que el Capitán Juan te irá contacto en el camino. Visitarás la Isla de los MonosTe dejamos la página del tour por si deseas contratarlo.
*Hazte una limpia de malas energías con un chamán, asegúrate que no sea un charlatán.
-Dónde hospedarte en Catemaco:
La Cabaña del Lago es una de las mejores opciones para hospedarte cuando visites Catemaco, la vista que tiene es increíble. Es un lugar bastante sencillo y modesto pero tu estancia será muy placentera. Aquí está su página de Facebook
*Qué visitar en Catemaco:
-Date una vuelta por su Plaza Principal y visita la Basílica de Nuestra Señora del Carmen.
-Cascadas el Salto de Eyipantla:
A tan sólo unos 30 minutos de Catemaco encontrarás estas grandiosas cascadas que te van a sorprender por su grandeza. El costo de la entrada es de $10 por persona, puedes accesar por unas escaleras o solamente observarlas desde el mirador. Aquí te dejamos la página de Facebook del lugar:
*Qué comer en Catemaco:
-Mientras das un paseo por su malecón no olvides probar los tegogoglos preparados que venden, son caracoles de agua dulce con un sabor muy peculiar.
Si quieres saber más acerca de nuestros viajes no te olvides de visitar nuestro blog donde compartimos más información útil para planear tu viaje:
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California's 395 Camping Trip Re-Cap ~ What Can Be Seen and Done in 10 Days!
Join us on our human version of our recent camping trip up California's Highway 395! There are so many great campgrounds, interesting geology, snow melt creeks and gorgeous views of the Eastern Sierras! We stop at Red Rock Canyon, Fossil Falls, The Alabama Hills, Tinnemaha Creek, Taboose Creek, Tuttle Creek and have a final stay at a Harvest Hosts winery!
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To Hellhole Canyon, Escondido, California
On my way to a typical Saturday hiking trip. In this video I travel through Escondido to get to Hellhole Canyon Preserve. It's a typical East County San Diego country drive at a leisurely pace with almost no stops.
I can't have music because of copyright issues, and I decided not to drive without music because it would 1) be unpleasant for me, and 2) the sound would be mostly road friction and air conditioning noise. Thus, I decided to erase all sound. Hopefully you have some of your own favorite music to play in the background on your phone or computer while you watch this! Or you could open a browser and look for free music at a website such as FreePlayMusic.