Alaska Day 5 – Fairbanks to Copper Center, DJI Spark footage

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A walk thru Goldfield Nv

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Early morning tour of Goldfield Nevada. Goldfield is a cool old town that still has some working mines and a lot of history. Below is some information from Wiki.

Goldfield is a community located in Esmeralda County Nevada with a population of around 270.
Goldfield was a boomtown in the first decade of the 20th century due to the discovery of gold between 1903 and 1940, Goldfield’s mines produced more than $86 million. Much of the town was destroyed by a fire in 1923, although several buildings survived and remain today, notably the Goldfield Hotel, the Consolidated Mines Building (the communications center of the town until 1963), and the schoolhouse. Gold exploration continues in and around the town today.
Gold was discovered at Goldfield in 1902, its year of inception. By 1904, the Goldfield district produced about 800 tons of ore, valued at $2,300,000, 30% of the state’s production that year. This remarkable production caused Goldfield to grow rapidly, and it soon became the largest town in the state with about 20,000 people.

Driving Copper Basin Rd., Prescott National Forest, AZ

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Driving Copper Basin Road (aka Yavapai County Highway 64) from Prescott to Skull Valley, through Arizona’s Prescott National Forest. The first 3 miles are paved, the next 13 miles car drivable dirt, and the last ½ mile is paved. Did some mine exploring. Blog & Links:

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Historic 1881 Eureka Opera House in Nevada – Road Trip Vlog 17

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Restored 1881 Eureka Opera House on Hwy 50 in Nevada where they were having the Nevada State Old Time Fiddler’s Contest.
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Eureka, Nevada was settled by some silver prospectors from nearby Austin n 1864 when they found silver/lead ore at Prospect Peak. By 1873, Eureka was Nevada’s second ranking mineral producer next to the Comstock Lode.

In 5 years, the population of Eureka would swell to 9,000 people. Their economic mainstay would be in operating the smelters that would separate silver from lead. With all of the black smoke and soot coming from 16 smelters, Eureka would be known as the “Pittsburgh of the East”.

Due to a decrease in mine production, the smelters closed down and the population fell. During its heyday, Eureka had over 100 saloons, several gambling places, an opera house, hotels, churches and 5 fire departments.

The population consisted of Irish and Cornish miners, German, Italians (including the Carbonari who manufactured charcoal for smelters), Chinese and Jewish settlers. The population that wasn’t miners worked in general labor, making food, the laundry business or in medicine. It was a thriving town.

Lex was quick to point out a rare 5 hole outhouse erected in the middle of the town. We really didn’t know it was that rare till we read the historical marker on the fence surrounding it – the fence was probably to protect it from people who might still want to use it. It must have been quite a prize because it was the object of a lawsuit between two men who claimed ownership.

We decided to leave the famous outhouse alone and visit The Eureka Opera House.

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Best Roofers in Southport CT- Roofing Contractors, Companies Offer Free Estimates & 10% Discount

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Affordable roofing companies in Southport CT and roof contractors offer 10% discounts to new roof customers. Our Southport roofers are fully licensed and insured. Visit us online for our latest reviews and testimonials.

Call a roofer in Southport you can depend on and ask the roofing company for a free estimate and roof inspection of your residential property or commercial business. Most, if not all Southport roofing contractors will be happy to provide you with all the aforementioned services. If not, call different roofers in Southport CT that will accommodate your needs during the bidding process.

Roofing Plus More, has been serving the local residents and business owners for well over 27 years. Whether you need a flat roof, asphalt shingle repair or a complete roof restoration project done on your home or commercial building, we have you covered!

Roofing contractors in Southport CT are some of the best roofers in the Fairfield County region. They are meticulous, professional and experienced.

Hire a Southport roofer that has been doing home improvement and remodeling type work for many years. You can’t beat on the job roofing experience. Also get three estimates and make sure they are all in writing so you can compare apples with apples.

Never go with the cheapest price as the associated costs to install a new roof are just one factor when deciding which roof company will be in the group of contractors you will end up interviewing for the job.

Residents that do their research and homework on roofers in the area will be rewarded when they finally decide on which roofing company will win the contract for the roof repair or roof replacement and restoration work for their home or local business.

The roof repair or new roof replacement process for your home or commercial business in Southport:

1) Inspect the roof surface to make sure the plywood deck is structurally safe and sound and no mold damage or dry-rot is present in the roof deck.

2) Any asphalt or fiberglass mat roof shingles that are uneven or cracked and split from heat, ultraviolet light and wind damage need to be removed from the roof deck surface.

3) Roof underlayment materials such as 90 LB. asphalt mineral roll roofing, metal, drip edge, rake edge, ice and water membrane, copper or aluminum valley flashing also need to be torn-up and removed down to the plywood surface or tongue-and-groove boards.

4) Now is a good time to throughout inspect the condition of the roof deck surface for rotted or damaged areas from ice dams, hidden leaks from nails or delamination of the 5-ply fir or yellow pine plywood itself from heat and age.

5) Roofing companies in Southport should always follow the procedures listed above to make sure your new roof materials are not only properly installed on a good foundation but so your new roof installation will last the amount of years it is warrantied to do so by your wood, asphalt or fiberglass roof shingle manufacturer.

6) Roofing Plus More uses various brand name roof shingle manufacturer’s such as GAF, ELK, Certain Teed, Owens Corning, IKO and Tamko.

Many roof shingle style are available from three-tab to architectural and composite types such as cement board types and metal roofing applications like standing-seam commercial roofs.

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Most local residents use Route 1 also know as the Boston Post Road to travel in and out of the Southport region of Fairfield. Other commuters routinely take Metro-North from the Southport Railroad Station to work in NYC and Manhattan.

James Truslow Adams, John Akers from IBM, and Don Imus the radio talk show host are just a few on the list of famous historians and celebrities to have lived in this beautiful Southern Connecticut town.

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Visiting the Jack Daniels Distillery (Heaven on Earth)

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The town of Lynchburg is full of history, amazing barbecue, southern pride, and most importantly WHISKEY! Cornfed Dan is in heaven! Watch as Cornfed Dan explores the Jack Daniels distillery and the historic town of Lynchburg. Please like, share, and subscribe. Thanks for watching! Don’t forget to check out Hillbillies Inc.

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Haunted Places in Alaska

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From Anchorage to Juneau, Fairbanks to Wasilla, Sitka to Ketchikan, The Last Frontier has facinating history and terrifying hauntings hiding behind every turn. Which is why The Speakeasy presents our picks for the most haunted places in Alaska. Enjoy!


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Klutina River January 2016 Copper center, Alaska Lower Bridge Before the Copper River.

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Just a short Video of the Klutina River at Copper Center, Alaska on the lower Bridge before emptying into the Copper river.

Klutina river Copper Center, Alaska Red Salmon fishing with Friends

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Fishing on the Klutina river near Copper Center, Alaska with my friends John and Daniel for Copper River Red Salmon. Daniel foul hooked this Red and you must release them if they are Not hooked in the mouth. John and his wife Jeb own the Tok Thai Food truck at the Hub in Glennallen and now also the cafe 1/2 mile from teh hub too. The BEST freshest food around our area!

Our Lady of the Rockies Berkeley Pit Copper Mining Site Butte Montana Virgin Mary Statue

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Our Lady of the Rockies Berkeley Pit huge Copper Mining Site Our Lady of the Rockies in Butte Montana is the second Talles Statue in the USA Can You guess the First..;-) Butte is a Western Mine Town and The Richest hill In the World and Butte has huge Virgin Mary Statue on top of the mountains overlooking the city Our Lady of the Rockies. The Statue is Lit up att night you can also do a tour and see it up close in the Spring and Summer. This Statue is 90 Feet tall the Christ the Redeemer statue in Brazil is only 99 feet so pretty close considering just how Small Butte Montana is. The only Statue Bigger than Our Lady of the Rockies is The Statue of Liberty.. The Berkley Pit was the Richest Mountain in the world at the time. They produced enough Copper to pave a Four-Lane Highway four inches thick from Butte to Salt Lake City which is about 350 to 400 miles. That is very impressive. Pause and read the paper it is pretty cool how much rock they pulled out of the pit. They are closed in the winter time or I would of showed you the actual pit itself. As I drove around I tried to zoom in on the giant Virgin Mary statue that they have up on top of the hill but I couldn’t get that good of a shot of it. It is not the size of the one in Brazil but it is huge and quite impressive.

From Wikipedia

Our Lady of the Rockies is a 90-foot (27 m) statue, dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, that sits atop the Continental Divide overlooking Butte, Montana. It is the second tallest statue in the United States after The Statue of Liberty.[1]

The statue was built by volunteers using donated materials to honor women everywhere, especially mothers. The base is 8,510 feet above sea level and 3,500 feet above the town. The statue is lit and visible at night.
The statue was first imagined by local resident Bob O’Bill. In 1979, his wife was seriously ill with cancer. He promised the Blessed Virgin Mary that he would make a 5 foot statue of her in his yard if his wife recovered.[2] When she recovered he began the project with his fellow workers who gradually changed the initial vision to a 90-foot-high mountain top statue. Many people in Butte donated materials and time to make the statue a reality. The design for the statue was engineered by Laurien Eugene Riehl. He was a retired engineer for the Anaconda Company who donated his engineering skills to the project. The statue had to withstand the powerful windsheers that buffet the ridge tops. Joe Roberts donated his lot and buildings for the construction of the statue. The statue was airlifted from Roberts Rocky Mountain Equipment to its present site on the Continental Divide.

Work on the project began December 29, 1979. Volunteers spent many summer evenings blasting a road to the top of the Rockies, sometimes making only 10 feet of progress a day. The base of the statue was poured in September 1985 with 400 tons of concrete. The concrete was provided by Pioneer

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