Ouabache State Park, Bluffton, IN

One boundary of our park is bordered by the Wabash river, that’s where the name comes from. The name is actually French, it looks like, if you were to say it, it looks like “O-ba-chee.” That was how we answered the phone, that was how it was pronounced. I think Continue Reading

Possum Kingdom State Park, Texas [Official]

Just an hour’s drive west of Dallas and Ft. Worth awaits a land of rivers, canyons and clear lakes. Lake Possum Kingdom lies nestled in the rugged cliffs of Palo Pinto country. As far as lakes in the whole state of Texas, this is one of their crown jewels. We Continue Reading

Fort Parker State Park – Texas Parks & Wildlife [Official]

[upbeat music] – SHERRIE PRICE: We are at Fort Parker State Park. We are located between the cities of Mexia and Groesbeck in Limestone County. It’s so open, but yet there’s so many trees and shade and it’s so quiet. – MIKE LOFTICE: Everything is just so close and handy. Continue Reading

Nursing (Pre-Nursing) at Lake Superior State University

At Lake Superior State University our nursing students are confident in their abilities and capable of transitioning into the workforce immediately upon graduation. Lake State has partnered with War Memorial Hospital to build an on-campus state-of-the-art simulation center that uses human patient simulators to recreate real-life patient care experiences including Continue Reading

Caddo Lake State Park, Texas [Official]

[sounds of the swamp] The lake is a cypress swamp with lots of Spanish moss hanging from the trees. It’s very surreal. Just the scenery at Caddo Lake, it excites the imagination. In the piney woods of Northeast Texas, straddling the Louisiana border, is a place equally rich in history, Continue Reading

Minnesota – 50 States – US Geography

Minnesota’s official nickname is the “Gopher State,” but you may know it better as “The Land of 10,000 Lakes.” The name Minnesota comes from the Dakota word for “clear blue water.” Here’s where you’ll find Lake Itasca, the primary source of the mighty Mississippi river. Then there’s Upper Red Lake. Continue Reading

Overly Excited Tourist Finds Religion In Salt Lake City

– Whoa, double black diamond, I’m in Salt Lick Shitty, Utah. Home of the… Olympics one time. Let’s go see if we can smooch a Marmon and have a good time. Uh oh, come help, I’m underwater. Not literally of course. Here it is, Temple Square. Let’s go see what Continue Reading

Banana Politics. Pick the edible one!

good morning YouTube you know in my house we eat a lot of bananas a lot and I started thinking you know politics in Canada kind of like banana shopping you know let's let's use corporate welfare as the example here so we have three stores they all sell bananas Continue Reading

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