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The Carrell family is moving to Las Vegas, Nevada to help Pastors Jabin and Shannen Chavez plant a brand new church called City Light. Kyle and Jaimi have been in Idaho for most of their lives and are stepping out in faith, along with their baby Girl, Zoe, to embrace this new adventure!

Top Tourist Attractions in Milwaukee: Wisconsin Travel Guide

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Top Tourist Attractions in Milwaukee: Wisconsin Travel Guide
City Hall, Discovery World, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee’s Lovely Lakefront, Mitchell Park Conservatory, Pabst Theater, The Greek Orthodox Church, The Harley-Davidson Museum, The Milwaukee Public Museum, Wisconsin Center

Top Tourist Attractions in Albuquerque: New Mexico Travel Guide

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Top Tourist Attractions in Albuquerque: New Mexico Travel Guide
Albuquerque Biological Park, Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Church of San Felipe de Neri, Science Center and Children’s Museum, KiMo Theatre, Rio Grande Nature Center State Park, Sandia Peak Tramway, University of New Mexico

Road Trip #239 – US Highway 49 North – Fair Oaks to Jonesboro, Arkansas

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Road Trip #239 – US Highway 49 North – Fair Oaks to Jonesboro, Arkansas

The last leg of our filming on November 23rd from Fair Oaks almost to Jonesboro. It gets quite dark through this video, so we ran it a bit faster than usual, but we pass through a couple of interesting little towns on the way. The next video will be in broad daylight.

Music by Silent Partner. “Finals”, “Believer”, “Branching Out”, “Bittersweet”, “Last Call”, “Bright Future”.

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Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tucson, Arizona

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The Mission San Xavier del Bac is the finest example of Spanish Colonial architecture in the U.S. and a landmark of Tucson, Arizona.

Mission San Xavier del Bac is a historic Spanish Catholic mission located about 10 miles (16 km) south of downtown Tucson, Arizona, on the Tohono O’odham San Xavier Indian Reservation. It was founded in 1692 by Padre Eusebio Kino and named for a pioneering Christian missionary and co-founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuit Order), Francis Xavier. In 1700 construction began on a church at a site nearby the current Mission. It served the community until razed by Apaches in 1770.

Today’s Mission was built between 1783-1797 and is the oldest European structure in Arizona. Widely considered to be the finest example of Spanish Colonial architecture in the United States, it hosts some 200,000 visitors each year.

The site is also known as the “place where the water appears”, as there were once natural springs in the area. The Santa Cruz River, which now runs only part of the year, is also nearby. The Mission is situated in the center of a centuries-old Indian settlement of the Tohono O’odham (formerly known as Papago), located along the banks of the Santa Cruz River.

The Mission is a pilgrimage site, with thousands visiting each year on foot and in horseback cabalgatas.

Music: Angevin – Thatched Villagers by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (

Explore Historic Mesilla

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Visitors to Las Cruces don’t want to miss exploring historic Mesilla. Shopping on the plaza in buildings dating to the 1880s makes a fun day all by itself, but there is so much more to Mesilla. This podcast reviews the history of the town, shopping opportunities, restaurants, art galleries and much more.

New Mexico True OVERview

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Three minutes of aerial video, all around beautiful New Mexico. #NewMexicoTrue
music: “Softly Inspiring” fr. AudioBlocks
Shot with DJI Inspire 1 and DJI Phantom Vision 2 Plus
All flights were either in non-restricted airspace or with permission.
Scenes (in order of first appearance):
Albuquerque skyline
Santa Fe skyline
Las Cruces from I-10 rest area (w/ “The Roadrunner” by Olin Calk)
Valles Caldera National Preserve
Rio Grande Gorge near Taos
Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness
Black Range outside Kingston, near Emory Pass
Taos Ski Valley
Blue Hole, Santa Rosa
Twin Warriors Golf Club, Santa Ana Pueblo
San Lorenzo Canyon near San Acacia
Rio Grande Rafting (Racecourse section)
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
Bottomless Lakes State Park
Jal Lake
Clayton Lake State Park
Elephant Butte Lake State Park
Rio Grande at Arroyo Hondo
Rio Grande at Corrales
Storrie Lake State Park
Sugarite Canyon State Park
Taos Pueblo
Western New Mexico University, Silver City
Santa Ana Star Center, Rio Rancho
Lea County Courthouse, Lovington
Union County Courthouse, Clayton
Fort Sumner Historic Site/Bosque Redondo Memorial
National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
Las Vegas (Plaza, Charlie’s Spic and Span, Castaneda Hotel, Highlands University)
San Jose de Gracia Church, Las Trampas
El Santuario de Chimayo
Artesia (and “Derrick Floor & Oilfield Pioneer Monument” and “Partners” sculptures)
Lake Carlsbad Beach Park, Carlsbad
Clayton and Eklund Hotel
Red River
Silver City Downtown
The Lodge at Cloudcroft
Hobbs High School
Cleveland High School, Rio Rancho
Lovington High School
City of Rocks State Park
Hobbs Welcome Sign
Trestle Recreation Area, Cloudcroft
New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces
Ruidoso Downs
Ghost Ranch Education & Retreat Center
Hubbard Museum of the American West, Ruidoso Downs
Jemez Mountains
Brantley Lake State Park
Burro Avenue, Cloudcroft
Rockwind Community Links, Hobbs
Elephant Butte Dam
Zia Park Racetrack, Hobbs
John Dunn Bridge, Arroyo Hondo
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Victory Ranch Alpacas, Mora
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument, Las Cruces
Santa Fe Railyard
Sandia Peak Tramway, Albuquerque

Palm Coast Florida

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So I planned to do a vlog while we were down in palm coast playing for our churches women’s conference.. but kinda got busy and forgot to finish it. So here is a short little fun clip of stuff I did get. Enjoy!

{We do not own any rights to this song!! This is hillsong y&f! Go grab their new album and enjoy it 😉 }

Albuquerque, New Mexico – Old Town Albuquerque HD (2016)

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Old Town is an historic district in the US city of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Old Town comprises about ten blocks of historic adobe buildings, which surround Old Town Plaza. (Plazas were a common feature of Spanish colonial towns.) On the plaza’s north side stands San Felipe de Neri Church, a Spanish colonial church constructed in the 18th century.

Old Town was assimilated into the city of Albuquerque (“New Town”) in the 1940s; today, it is a shopping and tourist destination. Many of the buildings in Old Town are residences that were converted into restaurants, shops, and art galleries. Bands play in the plaza’s gazebo. During the Christmas and holiday season, thousands of luminarias (paper lanterns) line the streets and walkways.

The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, and the Explora science center are northeast of Old Town.

Exploring Charleston’s Museum Mile: Architecture, History and Culture.

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Ready to tour Charleston? The Museum Mile is a sure-fire way for visitors to learn and experience all aspects of the city’s history, from stately homes, beautiful churches and classic architecture to tragic parts of the city’s history like the Old Slave Mart. To begin your journey, grab a map from the Charleston Museum, the oldest museum in the country. Ticket packages are also offered that are tailored to specific interests, or which can let you navigate the Mile on your own.

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The Alaska Experience Preview

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From The Alaska Experience Travel Guide : for stock footage and complete travel program availability
A land so vast, it defies the imagination
a wildness so profound it draws you back to
your place in nature
People that warm the heart,
And a heritage that spans
The breadth of human history.
alaska’s every dimension stretches the imagination
from it 30,000 miles of convoluted coastline*
To it’s countless unnamed peaks .
covering an area one fifth the size of
the continental united states,
alaska’s rich geological heritage includes
17 of the 20 highest mts. In the united states,
half the world’s glaciers, 3 million lakes,
and 3,000 meandering rivers.
Alaska is a land of surprises.
To many people alaska means snow,ice, and cold;
But to those that know her, alaska also means
Long summer days that produce some of the worlds
Largest vegetables.
if you expect igloos,
you will discover russian churches
And european villages….
if you expect log cabins,
you will find high tech skyscrapers
And if you go to alaska expecting to observe nature,
You may discover how much a part of nature you are,
When you observe a grizzly bear
picking up your scent in the wild!
The unexpected seems to be the norm in alaska You may experience a sunset at noon…….
Or you may still be out fishing at midnight!
In some places the summer sun never hits the horizon
And in winter the northern lights can turn the sky
Into an eerie display of dancing illuminations (Northern Lights).

Alaska is a rare and fragile window into the natural world….. A world where every living thing lives in harmony with the
Powerful forces of nature. A world where the forces
of nature prevail
And man must be in tune. Or perish.

If you are fortunate enough to come to experience this
Wonderful place, try to experience it on its own terms.
Try to avoid imposing your day to day values on this
Unique and precious experience. Although the modern
Traveller can bring many creature comforts along
When he comes to today’s alaska, everyone who visits
This raw and wild land finds himself “roughing it”
Just a little bit………
for some that may mean sleepless frostbitten nights be on an icefield at the foot of mt. Mckinley.
for others it may mean a lukewarm shower, a dirt
road, or an evening without television……….

Part of the magic of alaska is that her most profound
Experiences may come when least expected.
the beaten path may offer many wonders,
but the moments that last forever ,
may sneak up on you like the chinook winds
And linger like an alaskan sunset

UP! IN ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (Hot Air Balloon Ride)

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Come UP with me as I take my first hot air balloon ride at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta!

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