Springs in Missouri

The Show-Me state is blessed with an abundance of clear water springs. These blue waters surrounded by lush green vegetation, give life to many streams and rivers in the state. There are over 11-hundred springs in Missouri. Today we’ll take a look at just a few. You’ll find springs in all regions of the Show-me state. But the […]

Introducing the new recreation.gov

The United States is filled with thousands of places for you and your family to explore. From our great cities, to the great outdoors…whether five miles from home, or 500 miles…America’s parks, refuges, forests, and shoreline are waiting for you. “We have the best coastline in the world…” “Come swim with us!” Paddle our rivers, bays, and streams…dive, […]

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

Occupying both Wyoming and Montana, Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is an awe-inspiring park. The recreation area is host to Bighorn Canyon, Bighorn Lake, Yellowtail dam, and many amazing views. Bighorn National Recreation Area is more than 68,000 acres in size. Many of the cliffs found within the canyon itself rise to 1000 ft. Visitors and recreations can […]

3 day DUAL HIGHLANDER SURVIVAL EXPEDITION (ft. Fandabi Dozi)

What’s up Folks I’m here with Fandabi Dozi and look at them clothes…! Haha Hi folks, Tom from Fandabi Dozi Isn’t it cool? we are in the Scottish Highlands doing some traditional stuff and this guy knows all about it I have kitted him out in his own Feileadh Mòr Yeah, it’s a bit adapting to it… I […]

The Everglades Habitat Restoration Project

it’s called Brazilian pepper often it’s called the Florida Holli sometimes it is commonly understood that this plant was brought in on the nursery tray to landscape with and one of the reasons it’s called Florida Holly is because it would make these wonderful red berries and during December November December and January they’re particularly abundant and it’s […]

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