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quick summery of my first time trail ride at Tranquility.
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**Median figures fluctuate. Percentages and figures stated in this video were based on second week of Feb 2016. If you would like to be a part of this thriving, historic community, let me take you on a tour of the homes currently for sale in the neighborhood. Give me a call at 402-699-3271 or contact me via my website at www.402Homes4U.com ***************************************************************** Transcript: This is Veronica Contreras with Berkshire Hathaway Home services, Ambassador Real estate. This week’s featured Omaha neighborhood is Hanscom Park. Hanscom Park is a historic neighborhood in Midtown Omaha, Nebraska. Infact, it is one of the oldest parks in Omaha, donated to the City in 1872. The Hanscom Park neighborhood is called a "vibrant, front porch neighborhood" wit...
me and some friends like to go camping at indian cave in south east nebraska, and decided to film a little of it in hopes of showing others how fun and interesting it is. this was fourth of july weekend
Located within the Oglala National Grasslands, Toadstool Geologic Park is named for its unusual toadstool shape formations. This arid sandstone badlands with its unworldly natural sculptures looks more like a movie set for Star Wars than a serene corner of Nebraska. More Nebraska Stories http://www.NETnebraska.org/nebraskastories
All these clips were filmed in a 3 hour session we had at a park in Grand Island Nebraska
Documents a visit to a world class fossil locality in rural northern Nebraska. An eruption from the Yellowstone hot spot 11.8 million years ago (now located in Idaho) gradually suffocated then buried hundreds of animals near a small lake. Paleontologists from the University of Nebraska led by Dr. Mike Voohees have been excavating the site since the 1970's. A must see for fossil enthusiasts!
Toadstool Geologic Park is said to be the "badlands of Nebraska" or the "desert of the Pine Ridge." The park is open 24 hours a day. Toadstool Park is north of Crawford, Nebraska; to get to the park, take Nebraska Highway 2/Nebraska Highway 71 to Toadstool Road. There is a 1-mile loop trail within the park. There are many fossils along the trail; removing fossils is not allowed. Many fossils of large prehistoric animals such as entelodonts and hyaenodons have been found here. Song is Ce Matin-lè by Air
Niobrara State Park, situated on a bluff top overlooking the confluence of the Missouri and Niabrara Rivers is one of the only wild and scenic river sections that remain much as Lewis & Clark witnessed in 1804. Join Park Superintendent, Mark Rettig and National Park Ranger, John Rokosz as they explain the many allures. Produced by Tom Wilmer, Videoography, Laurin Hayes.
Here's a video of Ash Hollow State Historical Park in western Nebraska. This is a lovely state park with lots of history. I visited the park in June 2017 while on a RV road trip following the Oregon Trail. See more of my journey at: http//jdawgjourneys.com
Several homes collapsed and many others had extensive damage from the estimated 80 mile per hour winds and a EF-1 tornado that touched down according to Brian Smith of the National Weather Service who was surveying the aftermath this morning.