You are literally transported once you come past the gates. It is the perfect place to shoot, with an amazing staff and brilliant locations.” As the name can tell it all, the 86 acre working ranch is home to clear flowing spring fed creeks and rivers as an enchanted place. It is also the home to a herd of Texas Longhorns, horses, buffalo, deer and a wide variety of exotics. Vvisitors have the chance to experience quite a few interesting event and activities. It is a good idea to take the truck tour around the ranch.
Motorboats, water-skiing, and personal watercraft have joined canoes and sailboats as ways to play on moving waters. Kayaks and rafts speed vacationers down white water rapids. Excursion boats ferry tourists up and down rivers like the Rhine with stop-offs at interesting towns, castles, and vinyards. Niagara Falls is also a popular destination for excursion boats. Fishing has already been mentioned.
Tenkiller is a very large and beautiful man - made lake. Both bodies of water are sources of drinking water to the states they traverse. They both generate hydroelectric power that serves the many cities and states the electricity they need. The Arkansas River is a very large but shallow waterway that has been here long before Arkansas became a state. History records indicate The Arkansas River was home to and owned by Native American Indians, and traveled by many famous explorers.
The park is home to a variety of wildlife including 67 species of mammals, 322 species of birds, 16 species of fish, 6 species of reptiles, and 4 species of amphibians. Not only does Yellowstone hold a variety of animals but they also have many species of plants, an active volcano, geysers, petrified trees, lakes, rivers, and waterfalls (Yellowstone National Park, 2013). With all of these diverse features, this makes Yellowstone the perfect place to discuss biodiversity. Not only does Yellowstone hold an assortment of species, it also acts as a functioning natural ecosystem or a living
Oso De Oro Park is located on NW Barstow and Forkner. Visitors will be greeted by a Margaret Hudson California Grizzly Bear sculpture at the park entrance. A plaque next to the gate reads SLOAN JOHNSON OSO DE ORO LAKE PARK, June 1995. The park is about nine acres and its features include: Full time park attendant, picnic pavilions, two main play structures, wheelchair accessible basketball court, raised grass area, one lake and a few docks. “Because the park is an excavated storm water retention basin, its features are arrayed at three different elevations.” The upper street level tier provides picnic as well as little and big kids play area.
The Water tower offers seating for 100 people indoors and 40 people outdoors in their covered patio. It also offers full service dine in and carryout for their products. Another strength would be that they offer a full menu that is moderately priced. The café offers a small stage for live entertainment as well as the selling of newspapers and magazines. This allows the customer to feel as though they can keep up with the local news, entertainment, and history.
During the drive to our first stop I saw many beautiful sites; mountains, lakes, rivers, forests... the nature was truly amazing! We even saw black tail deer and elk roaming right along side of the road. Our first stop was the city of Aberdeen but we only visited Gray's Harbor for an hour to stretch our legs and see if we could spot any gray whales but we didn't see any. Our next stop was beautiful Ruby Beach in the town of Kalaloch. You have to walk a trail through the forest to get to the beach and we enjoyed it so much!
Upon arrival at the Cox Convention Center in downtown Oklahoma City your senses are brought to life by the sight of amazing colors and rich art, the smells of smoked food, and the sounds of drums that sound as though they will summon the past to present day. There were over 1200 Native American dancers and artist in attendance at this year’s festival giving us a once in a lifetime chance at learning so very much in such a short span of time. We made our way around the vast center sampling the goods and food available, viewing the many art forms in all their glory, listening to the story tellers, and watching in utter awe at the dancers as they told a story with their very moments. Each tribe wore traditional dress and danced the traditional dances
Fermenting the wine, and bottling it). Other things such as fresh bread and baguettes are hugely popular in grocery stores and shops today in Canada, which is one of the most common foods eaten at dinner in Italy, along with cheese and wine. Customs for Italians have a wide range that mainly consist of close family and friendship ties. Italians have originated the popular customs that we see in Canada today, such as large family get together and dinners, and frequently visiting close friends to share joy and/or sorrow. Italians love to keep close bonds with their family and friends, and like to make as many memories with them as they can.
Today a team of cultural and natural resource specialists work together to protect the park's resources. The wetland ecosystem of the park is has over 150 lakes and 450 miles of streams. Lush plant life and dense wildlife are the symbols of these wet areas that speckle and divide other ecosystems. There are forests of pine and grassy hillsides that dominate the beautiful ecosystem in the park. These areas may be drier than wetland areas, but life is still abundant.