The Flying W Ranch was a working mountain cattle ranch, and since 1953 a tourism venue in the foothills of Colorado Springs, Colorado. From May to October, the ranch featured outdoor chuck-wagon suppers, which consists of a Cowboy Sized 13 oz Kansas City Strip Steak (USDA Choice), BBQ Pork Ribs, Smoked Beef Brisket (USDA Choice), BBQ Chicken, or Rocky Mountain Trout grilled over a willow wood flame on the adobe patio.
Accompanying each entree is a foil wrapped potato, those “you can only get them at the Flying W Ranch” beans and Old Fashioned buttermilk biscuits with homemade honey butter. The meal begins with a crisp garden salad and your choice of dressing. typical of those served on cattle drives, and western style living history areas. This is filmed on our trip, May, 1999. Meals were followed by the cowboy singing by the Flying W Wranglers. The Flying W Wranglers were a part of the ranch’s traditional entertainment from 1953 to 2012, making them the world’s second oldest western singing group. Made up of working cowboys on the Flying W Ranch, the members participated in branding each fall as well as all other duties of farm-and-ranch life.
The Flying W Ranch was destroyed by the Waldo Canyon fire on June 26, 2012. The owners have committed to rebuilding it. Hopefully they do rebuild, because its a very good entertainment venue well worth visiting.
Bob’s Cessna Turbo 206 in The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness
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Another encouraging video about faith and work from Howard Butt Jr. of Click “see more” for the transcript.
TRANSCRIPT: In 1911, Cal Rogers answered a national challenge to fly from New York to Long Beach in 30 days. Day one, he flew 105 miles. Day two, he crashed into a chicken coop. By day 30, he was only as far as Kansas City. He lost the contest, but he kept flying.
Crossing into California, his engine exploded. On day 84, Cal reached the finish line. His wreck of a plane was so battered and rebuilt—only the original rudder and oil pan remained.
This is Howard Butt, Jr., of Laity Lodge. Like Cal Rogers’ airplane, our lives and bodies hardly resemble the condition in which we took off. So what? We patch, rebuild—we persevere—in the high calling of our daily work.
So do not throw away your confidence; it will be richly rewarded. You need to persevere so that when you have done the will of God, you will receive what he has promised. (Heb. 10:35-37)
A short video of the group after leaving Palo Duro Canyon Fly-In with the B.A.R.F. Club we headed to New Mexico for a brief stop over at Church Rock Park. Since it was several days that we didn’t get to fly due to high winds some of the fellows had the itch if you know what I mean 🙂
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Came into this approach a little high and a little hot… bled off some airspeed in the long downwind / base / final turn and then did some S-Turns to drop some altitude…
A total of three UFOs were spotted over Salt Lake City Utah on may the 22nd 2018. The witness states ” I have no clue what I was filming. If somebody will give me the idea that gonna be perfect!
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Salt Lake City, Utah’s high-elevation capital, is bordered by the buoyant waters of the Great Salt Lake and the snow-capped peaks of the Wasatch Range. Downtown’s 10-acre Temple Square, headquarters of the Mormon Church, is home to the majestic, 19th-century Salt Lake Temple and the neo-Gothic Assembly Hall. The acclaimed Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs in the square’s domed Tabernacle.
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Tonight the team travel a short distance to a very tiny 19th century cemetery. During the afternoon Kyle and Jason visited tonights location to make sure the place would we worthy of a paranormal investigation.
From the moment we arrived we felt that this place would be perfect as we were looking to do something different for our fans. This cemetery has graves which date back to the early 1800’s, and some of the graves here belonged to very interesting people indeed.
In the wake of a mass murder at a black Charleston church, many are questioning whether the South Carolina Capitol should fly a Confederate flag.
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The Confederate flag that still waves from the grounds of South Carolina’s statehouse in Columbia has come under attack in the wake of the murder of nine black churchgoers in Charleston.
The murders have ripped open racial scars in a state that generally chooses to celebrate its role as the first state to secede from the union after the election of Abraham Lincoln. (Video via The National)
But in the wake of the Charleston attack, many are saying anew that the flag celebrates the centuries of violence experienced by blacks under slavery and segregation. (Video via WCIV)
That’s because police say these murders were racially motivated, carried out by a shooter who in a website it appears he built openly displayed the Confederate flag in pictures and on his car’s license plate.
“Like, how you can you make sense of your state actually fully embracing you and seeing you in a moment of grief when that thing is flying on this ground?” asked Chris Hayes.
“What I’d say is, as with any other political compromise, it will be imperfect.” said U.S. representative and former governor Mark Sanford. (Video via MSNBC)
The flag’s current status is a product of politics — it was originally placed on the state capitol’s dome in 1962 at the height of the civil rights movement by South Carolina’s all-white legislature.
“And it was done so across the South and the implication was clear.” said Rev. Joseph Darby.
“What do you see when you see the Confederate flag flying?” asked Elaine Quijano.
“Rape, torture, terrorism, murder, subjugation.”
In 2000, a political compromise moved it from the dome to a nearby memorial to Confederate soldiers, where it still flies today. (Video via WHNS)
“Meaning the compromise of being able to still fly the Confederate flag because it’s part of the proud traditions for some Carolinians…” said Aliysn Camerota.
“Yeah, there’s a Confederate war memorial out front and there’s an African-American memorial…” said South Carolina Senator and presidential candidate Lindsey Graham.
“And that works for you?”
“It works here.”
And, per state law, the flag “must be flown,” which is interpreted as meaning it can only be lowered by order of the legislature. So while every other flag is at half-staff in the wake of the shooting, the ol’ stars and bars stands tall.
A political reporter based in Columbia pointed out the flag isn’t currently on a pulley system, so half-staff isn’t even an option.
A range of public figures have already called for the flag to be removed, promising a fight between those who see it as a symbol of hate and others who see it as a symbol of heritage.
In South Carolina, opinions on the flag are divided along racial and political lines. Most Democrats and black people want the flag off of government property, whereas most white people and Republicans support the status quo. What that means is that for now the flag is probably staying put.
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Just a small video testing out the different resolutions. And you’ll see a pretty good smash and recover. Which ended up with a broken prop and severe vibration. Buddy of mine is flying.