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Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park web promo web promo for eparks.com. Dayton, Ohio Video Rating: 0 / 5
A 2-minute HD tour of Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island. This is one of the more inspirational destinations in America – riding by ferry boat to both Liberty Island and Ellis Island adds to the experience in a way I wouldn’t have imagined. The cruise through the heart of New York Harbor to the monument is a must for every American and a symbol of freedom recognized throughout the world. The Statue Cruises can be boarded at Battery Park in New York City’s Manhattan waterfront or from Liberty City, New Jersey. For more information about a visit … Continue reading
Weighing up to 1300 pounds, the moose is the largest member of the deer family. A solitary animal, moose grow and develop exclusively from a vegetarian diet. Moose are one of 150species explored in Finley-Holiday’s “National Park Animals for Kids DVD.” Filmed entirely in the national parks by renown nature videographer Russ Finley, the DVD explores 6 classes of animals: mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds, fish, insects and spiders (aka bugs) in over 2 hours of video. Available on location at America’s National Parks and at finleyholiday.com. Finley-Holiday Films. Video Rating: 5 / 5
DM 272 Vintners’ Holidays B-Roll. Vintners Holidays at Yosemite, Ahwahnee Hotel.
Check out this behind-the-scenes tour of Jamestown’s archeological lab with currator Bly Straub. This is the lab and vault where they have processed literally millions of artifacts pulled from the dig at the site of the 1607 Fort at Jamestown. For more information on the Jamestown Rediscovery Archaeological Project visit www.preservationvirgian.org. This video is a bonus feature on Finley-Holiday’s upcoming “Where America Began DVD” filmed in HD.
One of the heaviest spring snowstorms in years hit the Rockies Friday, April, 17. The Pikes Peak Cog Railway runs to the summit year round, but it took the work crew nearly a week to clear the track to the Summit House. Working at altitudes up to the 14000-foot summit, they needed everything big locomotive #22 could give them, plus dynamite, chain saws and shovels. Filmed in high definition, the new Pikes Peak Cog Railway DVD will be available on location at Pikes Peak about June 1st. For train schedules, visit www.cograilway.com. HD videography by Spencer Wren. Video Rating: 4 … Continue reading
A 3-minute highlight from the Washington National Cathedral DVD Postcard. Video Rating: 0 / 5
Once hunted to near extinction, alligators are an animal recovery success story and are no longer endangered. Alligators are referred to as the “keeper of the Everglades” and play a very important role in the ecology of the region. Alligators are one of 150species explored in Finley-Holiday’s “National Park Animals for Kids DVD.” Filmed entirely in the national parks by nature videographer Russ Finley, the DVD explores 6 classes of animals: mammals, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects and spiders (aka bugs) in over 2 hours of video. Available on location at America’s National Parks and at finleyholiday.com. Finley-Holiday Films Video Rating: … Continue reading
Last winter’s El Nino dumped 7 inches of rain in one week to Uptown Whittier – here is one of the more intense downpours.
For years, residents of Uptown Whittier have whispered about supposed hauntings at the Whittier Museum. In this episode, The Ghost Detectives pay a visit to this marble-walled icon of Uptown Whittier to prove or disprove the rumors once and for all. Video Rating: 5 / 5