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Our first stop in Austin, Nevada was in front of the Lander County Courthouse built in 1869. This is one of 11 sites in Austin on the National Register of Historic Places including the curious abandoned Stokes Castle built in 1897.
Well, it took me long enough, but I finally got my YouTube channel started. Here it is:
I'm there as "Random Coyote" and my general intent is to do Idaho specific exploration but with the occasional "outside" travel feature. Right at the moment I only have one video, though; a short flight I took on a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor that came by the Nampa airport last year. I posted it mostly as an experiment (what is it like to post a video I made myself?) and to get at least one thing up for viewing.
Ironically, I would have up to three or four more videos posted except that YouTube pulled the plug on their in-house video editor. I am trying to find a good new program that isn't too expensive. I trued downloading an "open source" video editor but ended up in a 30-minute battle with malware (vanquished thanks to "Malwarebytes"). I will probably purchase CyberLink PowerDirector 15 since that seems to get the best overall reviews for my experience level (ie, ambitious rank amateur).
Just so you know I've been looking at a lot of videos from folks here on the forum to get an idea of what I think "works" for me and what I am not interested in. I've seen some Desert Dog and Area 51 Rider (for example) but I especially like "Explore With Us". I also see what other explorers are doing that are unaffiliated here, such as "RnK All Day" (they operate mostly in the East Coast of the USA) just to get variety.
Anyhow, I have an actual "cabin in the forest" video mostly ready and a couple others, so hopefully I can get started walking the walk and not just talking the talk. Looking forward to seeing more vids from everyone.
Exploring a once popular restaurant in San Antonio, TX. This used to be the "hangout" for when sporting games use to happen, such as Basketball games, Baseball, volleyball, etc. Also, there is a volleyball courtyard! It would mean alot if you subscribed to us to support our explorations. Thanks.
Our Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrNqMXvNR5nRn2Q45Dh3FzA
Subscribe to us from Texas, it would mean alot to us for your support!
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I am searching for some cool abandoned places! I leave Las Vegas on September 5th so wanting to visit some old abandoned buildings, towns, vehicles, any military stuff, etc. I drive a Jeep that is somewhat built so looking for something way far out untouched by vandals and scum of the earth. I've found a few places listed and unlisted through aerial views but want some new stuff to explore. Thank you in advance for any information.
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