Trail of History 703 – Charlotte’s Airport
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Trail of History 703 – Charlotte’s Airport

– [Announcer] This is a production of PBS Charlotte. (upbeat hip hop music) – [Narrator] Air travel is commonplace in the world today, and to compete economically in that world, you need a world-class airport. – Today, we are the sixth busiest airport in the way of operations, in the United States, seventh in the world. – [Narrator] Charlotte Douglas…

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Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto, Japan (伏見稲荷大社) ⛩️ | Hiking Kyoto’s 10,000 Red Gates!
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Fushimi Inari Taisha in Kyoto, Japan (伏見稲荷大社) ⛩️ | Hiking Kyoto’s 10,000 Red Gates!

all right good morning people good morning we are in Kyoto and reserved whispering because it is so early today is literally at 4:30 in the morning we set our alarm it is now 5:20 yep and we’re up this early because we’re going to be visiting fushimi-inari taisha (伏見稲荷大社) which is that famous shrine with the 10,000 red gates…

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“Trail Brothers” – myATstory
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“Trail Brothers” – myATstory

The plan was for me to hike from New York City to the A.T., and I thought that would be an amazing thing to say. So I looked it up and realized that I can get from Harlem, New York City, over that George Washington Bridge … … and just hike to the A.T. I wanted my brother to do…

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Seattle Hiking Adventure
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Seattle Hiking Adventure

Good Morning! I am headed to Seattle and the second my flight lands, I’m going hiking. We are hiking Rattlesnake Ledge with Mark in Seattle It is a heckin’ beautiful day 73 Degrees? which is a huge relief coming from Houston but there is a big pupper dog Look, it looks like a polar bear! They’re so good, theres… *stammers*…

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Hiking With Dogs: The 10 Essentials
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Hiking With Dogs: The 10 Essentials

Hi, my name is Sally Manikian. I’m the Backcountry Resource Manager for the Appalachian Mountain Club. I am also an avid dog lover and dog musher. There are 10 key items that I regularly bring with me into the woods when I’m hiking with dogs. One item is a leash I like my leashes not more than 6 feet in…

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Oboz Women’s Sawtooth Low BDry Trail Shoe
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Oboz Women’s Sawtooth Low BDry Trail Shoe

For hikers who prefer a lower cut shoe, but also want traction, stability and support for challenging terrain, the Oboz Women’s Sawtooth Low BDry Shoe is a great all around trail shoe for hiking and even backpacking. The upper material here is a mixture between synthetic light weight materials and new buck leather. The Nubuck leather gives a lot of…

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