FUN-video: Death Valley – Girls Looking For Pearls! – Trailer

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The Preview!

 

FUN-video: Death Valley – Girls Looking For Pearls! – Full Feature

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FUN-photos: Death Valley – Girls Looking For Pearls!

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  • Death Valley Decadence…splurging for Casita’s at the Inn at Death Valley!

Jaw Dropping Drives…Vistas…& Views…Badwater Basin & Salt Flats, Artist’s Palette, Zabzriskie Point & Dantes View

  • Freak Flash Flood…washed out roads & left cars inundated with boulders, rocks & sand! Everything we saw would have been impossible the next day as plows were required to move debris.

Lunar-like Landscapes…Ubehebe Crater, Mesquite Flat Dunes, Cinder Fields & Devil’s Haystacks.

  • Heading Home Highlights…Harmony Borax Works…Father Crowley Vista Point…Awesome Air show…A-10 Warthogs doing maneuvers, flips, turns, rolls!

FUN-fact – This picture was taking near Leh in the Himalaya’s. Looks a lot like Death Valley after a flash flood wouldn’t you say?

More FF – Chris says I’m always looking for the pearl. And pearls are those unexpected surprises that make a trip so special and memorable!

FUN-video: Canada – Dinosaurs & Polar Bears

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  • This is the movie trailer of our trip. Enjoy!

FUN-fact – Not only is Churchill known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World – it’s also a beluga whale watching hotspot, a birder’s paradise, & one of the best places to experience the northern lights.

 

FUN-photos: Canada – Dinosaurs & Polar Bears

October 30, 2018 by · 2 Comments 

  • Quick 3 day Getaway!

1st AdventureDrumheller for Dinosaurs – in search of the world’s best-preserved armoured dinosaur at the Royal Tyrrell Museum – located in Canada’s Badlands & a 90 minute drive from Calgary.

  • Actually it’s a nodosaur – likely resembling a cross between a lizard & a lion – but covered in scales – petrified from the snout to the hips – originally 18 ft long & weighing in at about 3000 lbs – this armored plant eater is 110 million years old!

Polar Bear @1:30

2nd Adventure“Up Close & Personal” Polar Bear Safari – long day starting at 0’dark:30 – with 2 hr 15 min private charter jet to Churchill – for 6 + hrs in a tundra buggy – in search of polar bears migrating toward the coast – awaiting the deep freeze-up – to get access to their favorite diet of ringed seals. YUMMY!

  • Saw 12 bears of varying ages & lots of activity – & our “Big Bonus” was seeing young males spar on the icy rocky terrain just in front of us! Some just sat lazing in the balmy 30 degree fall day under cloudy skies – & the forecast for snow flurries never happened!
  • Our day ended with a short stop in town before boarding our flight & arriving back in Calgary at 20:30.

FUN-fact – In 2014, we spent 2 weeks on an arctic cruise and didn’t see anywhere near as many polar bears let alone get as close as we did here!

More FFPolar Bears International live streams the polar bears from the shores of Hudson Bay every fall!

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