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Grand Teton Wilderness (1991)

  • Grand Teton Wilderness


    A 1991 study of Wyoming's Grand Teton Wilderness, a curious blend of the wild and the civilized. Observed: black bears, bald eagles, river otters, coyotes and pronghorns.

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  • Inside America’s National Parks: Grand Teton National Park


    Grand Teton National Park is a geological wonder, a hiker's paradise, one of the best parks to see wildlife, and an irresistible lure for thrill seekers. In this exhilarating program, climb a sheer cliff wall, raft a raging river, visit an avalanche lab, spend a day with a fearless search and rescue team, hang your Stetson at a working dude ranch, and rough it in style at posh retreats.

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  • Wolves & Buffalo: The Last Frontier


    Observing wild buffaloes and gray wolves in the Canadian wilderness. Jeff and Sue Turner spent two years filming the ritual battles between these ancient adversaries in Wood Buffalo National Park, where the drama unfolds in the subarctic winter.

  • 4 TRUE Disturbing Yellowstone National Park Stories


    Yellowstone National Park is big, beautiful and apparently quite terrifying! Enjoy these allegedly true and scary Yellowstone National Park Stories about haunted forests, national forest monsters, almost missing people and more!

    0:00 Intro
    0:52 Yellowstone Backcountry from aquilo_northwind
    21:00 Scary Yellowstone Experience from Marc F
    30:20 Ghost Girl at Yellowstone from Jackson5522
    32:24 Monster at Yellowstone from MariahCW

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    Guest narration by Carman Carrion

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  • Year of the Jackal


  • Planning a 10-Day Expedition in the Teton Wilderness


    For most 10-day backcountry filming expeditions, it takes weeks of planning for success. Our camera crew had about 24-hours to assemble gear and provisions to execute our latest backcountry snowboard film Roadless. Learn how our camera crew and athletes pulled everything off at a moment's notice.

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  • RV Propane. What You Need To Know!


    Next in our RV need to know Newbie Series is the topic of propane! Propane is a vital part of using your RV and it's our hope to help you use it with a few tips for keeping you and your RV safe.

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  • Fishing Yellowstones Remote Snake River


    A backpack fishing trip into Yellowstone National Park's Snake River. Great fishing, great scenery and lots of wildlife including a couple grizzlies that were in my camping area. Very few people fish this part of the Snake River.

  • Yellowstone in Winter


    Cinematographer Wolfgang Bayer braved extreme cold and treacherous terrain to record Yellowstone in Winter. The season is a time of scarcity and adaptation for the park's animals, including pikas that store food in underground nests; grizzly bears that fatten up before hibernating.

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  • OFF GRID LIVING | camping alone, bathing in the stream, Solo Bushcraft / Bushcraft & camping Ep1


    OFF GRID LIVING | camping alone, bathing in the stream, Solo Bushcraft / Bushcraft & camping Ep1

  • Ice Fox: Struggle for Survival


    Ice Fox observes two families of arctic foxes in vastly different regions: Norway's Arctic coast, and Siberia. Included: the impact of trappers; a lemming shortage.

  • RV Water Systems - Learn about Fresh Water systems on your RV


    Tim and Sherry walk you through the workings of your RV's water system. City water hookups, grey and black water, water pumps, and much more!

  • 10 Reasons Van Life Sucks - Harsh Realities of Van Life


    Van Life is currently the most popular travel trend in the USA. It is romanticized all over social media but does it live up to the hype? In this video we share 10 reasons why Van Life Sucks. Do not let this video scare you away. Van Life/Road Trips are the best way to see this beautiful country. Let us know what you think down in the comments!

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  • RV Furnace Check-Up - RV DIY


    In this RV how-to video Mark Polk, with RV Education 101, offers some simple preventive maintenance checks you can make to keep you RV furnace in top operating condition and ready for some cold weather camping.

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  • *GOPROroadtrip* Horseback Ride - Grand Teton, Wyoming


    *GOPROroadtrip* Horseback Ride - Grand Teton, Wyoming (2,7K@50fps)
    Music by Johnny Cash - The Rebel Johnny Yuma

    Guided by Hear Six Ranch

    Recorded with GOPRO Hero4 Black Edition
    Produced with CYBERLINK PowerDirector 13 Ultimate Suite


    This was part of our (Nina and me) yearly USA Roadtrip vacation.
    In Sept/Oct 2014 and Sept/Oct 2015 we travelled 6600 mi (11 000 km) thru the western U.S. states with a rented Dodge Challenger '15 and Dodge Charger '14:

    California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Arizona.

    In Dec 2013 we visited NYC / Baltimore / Washington D.C.. during a 10 days trip.

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    *GOPRO Roadtrip USA '15 General Overview Trailer* (in progress)
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    *GOPRO Glacier Hike - Glacier Nat'l Park, Montana*
    *GOPRO RZR Buggy Ride - Oregon Dunes NRA Park, Oregon*
    *GOPRO Yellowstone Drive Thru - Yellowstone Nat'l Park*
    *GOPRO Seattle & Whale Watching - Seattle, Washington* (in progress)

  • 5 Ways To Die Before Your Time in Yellowstone National Park: TRUE Stories


    Have you ever been to America's Wonderland, Yellowstone National Park, and wondered how many people have died in the Hot Springs there? Have you ever been tempted to touch or put your toe into one of the steaming, crystalline blue pools?
    Well, you'll think twice about doing that after you watch this video!

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  • Grand Teton Wilderness


    A 1991 study of Wyoming's Grand Teton Wilderness, a curious blend of the wild and the civilized. Observed: black bears, bald eagles, river otters, coyotes and pronghorns.

  • Keeping up with the Mustangs: Day 91, Riding in the Grand Tetons!


  • Grand Teton National Park VHS • 60 FPS 1988


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  • Gran Paradiso


    Wildlife inhabiting Gran Paradiso, the Italian mountain park that has “succeeded in reestablishing a wilderness.” Included: glimpses of Alpine ibexes, goatlike animals that were nearly extinct a century ago.

  • Hootchucks take on Grand Tetons NP


    Re-mastered VHS Recordings from Hootchuck's Rocky Mountain Camping Trip in 1991.

  • Grand Tetons Flashback Trailer


    The Trailer for my Family Flashback video
    Grand Tetons 1991

  • Westward Ho!


    Dolniks explore the West: the Czech capital of the U.S.A. Wilber, Nebraska, Wounded Knee, Badlands, Mount Rushmore, Devil's Tower, Little Big Horn, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Richins arena, Las Vegas, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Arches, Rockies, Central City, Colorado. VHS recordings were digitized and edited with only 21-year delay.

  • Wyoming Adventure 1991


    Covina Sunrise Rotary members take horses on a backpacking trip to Wyoming. Starring Bill Bull Hubbert, Jon Pomeroy, Al Marino, Tony Board, Bill Fortney. Watch as our heroes set up camp, enter a mountain man competition, and find Nirvana in the mountains. Edited by Terry Wysocki.

  • 91 DAYS // My Summer in Wyoming


    My amazing summer living in Grand Teton National Park. Shot (mostly) on my iPhone.

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  • Webisode 14 - Tetons part 2


    In the summer of 2009 Suzy goes on a grand vacation through the American west in an RV with husband, son, his friend and two dogs!

  • Air Born: Passages by Mardy Murie


  • Wildlife at Grand Teton National Park in 4K


    Highlights from a weekend at Grand Teton National Park.

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  • 1991 Kevins Wyoming Trip


    Trip to Devil's Tower before 9/11

  • PULP VACATION 1995 Part VII Yellowstone & Grand Teton NP


    Brent Nevers and family visit Yellowstone National Park during summer vacation of 1995...enjoy!

  • Hike to Lake Solitude


    Grand Tetons, 7/28/2020, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

  • Hawaii Islands Of The Fire Goddess


    Hawaii Islands Of The Fire Goddess (1987)
    Narrated by George Page

  • Yellowstone Day 6 90


  • Yellowstone, Wildlife Wolves, Bears and Bison


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  • Tetons & Yellowstone 2015


    back country hiking in the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming

  • Jenny Lake Hike with the French Gang


    Our Hike around Jenny Lake, in the Grand Teton National Park. A beautiful morning a beautiful hike, beautiful scenery, and fun people! I miss you French Gang! It really was a nice hike, a lot longer than we expected, so, warning, don't ever take this hike wearing full pack... And when there is a chance of a thunderstorm!

  • Greater Yellowstone Area - A Quest For Balance


    1991. This program explains the origins of Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding National Forests and how current issues have evolved from the different mandates for management.

  • Bob Keiter presents Law, Science, & the Pursuit of Ecosystem Management in the GYE


    Bob Keiter, J.D. presents The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Revisited: Law, Science, and the Pursuit of Ecosystem Management in an Iconic Landscape

    Thirty years ago, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) concept and ecosystem management surfaced as key to preserving this legally fragmented region’s public lands and wildlife in the face of mounting development pressures. Yellowstone’s grizzly bears were in sharp decline and wolves were absent from the landscape, while bison and elk management issues festered. The GYE’s national forest lands were subject to extensive logging, energy leasing, and other commercial activities that cumulatively threatened the region’s ecological integrity. In the face of extreme jurisdictional complexity and a strong commitment to agency discretion, a high-profile federal “Vision” effort to improve and better coordinate resource management practices cratered under intense political pressures. Since then, however, much has changed in the GYE.

    Keiter first explored the related GYE and ecosystem management concepts in the late 1980s and recently returned to the GYE to assess what has transpired during the past thirty years, what forces for change have been at work, and where GYE conservation efforts stand today.

    About our speaker
    Bob Keiter is the Wallace Stegner Professor of Law, University Distinguished Professor, and founding Director of the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources, and the Environ­ment at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law. Bob holds a J.D. degree with honors from Northwestern University and a B.A. degree with honors from Washington University. He has taught at the University of Wyoming, Boston College, and Southwest­ern University, and served as a Senior Fulbright Scholar in Kathmandu, Nepal.

    His books include To Conserve Unimpaired: The Evolution of the National Park Idea; Keeping Faith with Nature: Ecosystems, Democracy, and America’s Public Lands; The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Redefining America’s Wilderness Heritage; and The Wyoming State Constitution. He has served on the boards of the National Parks Conservation Association, Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Sonoran Institute, and the University of Utah’s Institute for Clean and Secure Energy.

    Support for Lunchtime Expeditions is provided by Sage Creek Ranch and the Nancy-Carroll Draper Charitable Foundation.



    This 1965 travelogue celebrates the state of Wyoming and the national parks in the vicinity. It shows Grand Teton National Park as well as an Indian Camp (at 2:16) where Native Americans role play for white tourists. The Cheyenne Frontier Days are shown at 2:30, with its parade, re-enactments and more. The tourist industry in Jackson Hole near Yellowstone is seen at 3:45. The Chapel of the Transfiguration is seen at the 5 minute mark. Footage of Yellowstone begins at the 6 minute mark and features the waterfalls, geysers, and rock formations of that beloved park.

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  • My summer in Wyoming and Montana.


    A few of my photographs from my summer in Wyoming and Montana.

  • Twilight at Wapiti - Hiking the Yellowstone Ecosystem


    This is an early morning hike in the northwest area outside of Yellowstone National Park. I can normally see a lot of wildlife but did not spot any grizzly bears on this hike. We (me and a friend Kasey) did see a lot of grizzly bear digs; some fresh.
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  • Yellowstone - First National Park


    On March 1, 1872 President Ulysses S. Grant signed into existence the world's first national park, Yellowstone National Park. The 2.2 million acres of wilderness is the only complete mid-latitude ecosystem left on the planet. It s the only remaining temperate ecosystem large enough to contain the entire collection of large predators and broad enough to contain their prey.
    Yellowstone National Park is home to the world s most amazing geysers and hot springs including Old Faithful and the largest volcano on the continent. Discover the mystery and wonder of Yellowstone through in-depth interviews with the park rangers. Enjoy the awe-inspiring beauty through aerial and ground tours of the first national park, Yellowstone.

  • Smart Card Videos - #5 - Manually Operating the Living Room Slide-Out


    Our 2003 Alfa See Ya came with Smart Cards to get the new owner up and running while they got acquainted with all of the features in the motorhome.

    First check the switches above the door, the battery disconnects should be in the “use” position. The switch to the right is the slide room safety switch, this should be in the on position. If the slide still doesn't work then it is possible to operate the slide manually.

    In the front storage bay behind the left front wheel, inside on the roof of the bay you will find a box held on by 8 screws.

    Inside the box is the slide motor and gearbox, there's also a shaft that connects to the gear reduction arrangement that the motor connects to. A 5/8” socket on a long handled ratchet will allow the slide to be extended or retracted. This will take 10 to 20 minutes to fully retract or extend. Once you're finished retracting or extending the slide room go back inside and reconnect the switch to hold the slide in position.

    These are the basics of manually operating the living room slide-out on the Alfa See Ya.

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  • Zichy Yellowstone Trip 2018


    A little summary of our family vacation to Yellowstone.

  • 1991 Fleetwood Avion 5th Wheel exterior


    1991 Fleetwood Avion 5th Wheel

  • Hiking As An Overweight, Out Of Shape Beginner! Taggert Lake Loop Trail at Grand Teton Nat Park.


    Hi, I'm Dani and I'm so happy you're here!

    I've started hiking for the first time in my 52 years and I'm so overweight and outta shape. But, that's ok.

    I'm starting a playlist called Hiking with Dani and we can capture the progress and get inspired together, ok?

    Start where you are.
    Use what you have.
    Do what you can.
    - Arthur Ashe

    So, let's do this.



  • Step by step how to Replace RV water heater


    Replacing a Suburban 6 gallon propane/electric water heater in our fifth wheel

  • Grand Teton Horseback Riding Day 21


  • Easy Yellowstone Day Hike: Little Gibbon Falls - Ice Lake and Wolf Lake Trails


    One our first full day in Yellowstone, we decided to do a day hike to Little Gibbon Falls on the Ice Lake Trail and Wolf Lake Trail. It's a super easy trail of less than four miles with beautiful trees, lake views, and trails all to yourself! You only need a couple of hours to complete this trail.


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    A B O U T U S

    We’re Eric and Ashley, an American couple who has spent the last 5 years living and working in Saudi Arabia. We’ve traveled a TON in the time we’ve been here, but in the craziness of 2020 (and 2021), we decided to finally do some real exploring in the country we’re fortunate enough to call home for now. That's what got our Youtube Channel started.

    After almost 2 years without returning to the US, we finally made it back in July of 2021 and took the chance to explore some of our home country by setting off through the beautiful national parks of the Rocky Mountains.


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