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Roadkill Food Festival Roadkill Food Festival
Roadkill Food Festival

With a population just over 1,000 people, the small town of Marlington, West Virginia held their annual Roadkill Cookoff Festival.

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Mound Key: Island of Indians, Pirates, Cults, and Goats Mound Key: Island of Indians, Pirates, Cults, and Goats
Mound Key: Island of Indians, Pirates, Cults, and Goats

After the Spanish exploration years, Mound Key would become home to pirates, Cuban fisherman, early American pioneers, and even a religious utopian ...

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Divergent Series Star Arrested in North Dakota Divergent Series Star Arrested in North Dakota
Divergent Series Star Arrested in North Dakota

Shailene Woodley joined a large group of others including members of various Native American Indian tribes to protest the proposed the new Dakota A ...

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$16 for a 2 Carat Diamond? $16 for a 2 Carat Diamond?
$16 for a 2 Carat Diamond?

A family visiting Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas has made a lucky find. The world’s only diamond producing site where the public c ...

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Alaskan Village Working on Anti-Tourism Campaign Alaskan Village Working on Anti-Tourism Campaign
Alaskan Village Working on Anti-Tourism Campaign

Alaska’s Inupiaq coastal village of Point Lay has become the home of thousands upon thousands of walruses.

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San Francisco’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences San Francisco’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences
San Francisco's Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences

San Francisco is known for its iconic fire engine red Golden Gate Bridge and cable cars but beneath the ever present fog you can find some of the s ...

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Panama City’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences Panama City’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences
Panama City's Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences

When you think of Panama City, Panama your mind goes straight to the canal, Bridge of the Americas, Casco Viejo, and of course getting yourself a P ...

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Where Wolves and Alligators Meet: Alligator River NWR Where Wolves and Alligators Meet: Alligator River NWR
Where Wolves and Alligators Meet: Alligator River NWR

A species that once roamed from Texas to Florida could now be living its last days here in Alligator River or even more sadly in an enclosure at so ...

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Seattle’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences Seattle’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences
Seattle's Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences

Seattle is an incredible city for exploring the great outdoors. Within the city one has beautiful parks and gardens as well as a multitude of Natio ...

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Vancouver’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences Vancouver’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences
Vancouver's Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences

Despite having one of the largest population densities of North American Cities, Vancouver offers incredible outdoor adventure and natural attracti ...

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Seattle’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences

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Seattle’s Top 5 Outdoor & Wildlife Experiences

Seattle is an incredible city for exploring the great outdoors. Within the city one has beautiful parks and gardens as well as a multitude of National Parks and wilderness areas within a few hours drive.

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Mound Key: Island of Indians, Pirates, Cults, and Goats

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Mound Key: Island of Indians, Pirates, Cults, and Goats

After the Spanish exploration years, Mound Key would become home to pirates, Cuban fisherman, early American pioneers, and even a religious utopian cult know as Koreshanity lead by Cyrus Teed. It would be the remaining members of this cult who would eventually give the land over to the State of Florida where it has become a Archaeological State Park

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Alaskan Village Working on Anti-Tourism Campaign

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Alaskan Village Working on Anti-Tourism Campaign

Alaska’s Inupiaq coastal village of Point Lay has become the home of thousands upon thousands of walruses.

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Divergent Series Star Arrested in North Dakota

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Divergent Series Star Arrested in North Dakota

Shailene Woodley joined a large group of others including members of various Native American Indian tribes to protest the proposed the new Dakota Access Oil Pipeline.

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$16 for a 2 Carat Diamond?

Posted by on 5:08 pm in Fossils & Archaeology, North America, Outdoor Recreation | 0 comments

$16 for a 2 Carat Diamond?

A family visiting Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas has made a lucky find. The world’s only diamond producing site where the public can search and keep the gems they find costs a mere $8 entry fee.

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Mailing Rocks to Hawaii

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Mailing Rocks to Hawaii

Superstition and guilt are forcing tourists to return via post their illegally obtained Hawaiian souvenirs.

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Roadkill Food Festival

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Roadkill Food Festival

With a population just over 1,000 people, the small town of Marlington, West Virginia held their annual Roadkill Cookoff Festival.

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Whitetail Deer Gets Road Rage

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Whitetail Deer Gets Road Rage

Deer injures woman after being hit by car.

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Denali Park Village

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Denali Park Village

Deep in Alaska’s wild interior lies over six million acres of preserved wilderness otherwise known as Denali National Park. With glacial lakes, frozen tundra, expanses of unspoiled forest and massive mountain peaks (including the towering Mount McKinley, North America’s tallest peak), over 400,000 visitors flock here every year for the unique wildlife viewing and spectacular scenery on display.

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Channel Islands: California’s Secret Gem

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Channel Islands: California’s Secret Gem

Situated just a rather short boat ride from the heavily populated and busy coast of California’s coastline lies one of North America’s most impressive group of islands. Eight islands make up the chain and several can be visited during certain times of the year. With rare and unique flora and fauna endemic to each individual island, each has its own character and highlights.

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