RZR Riding Fun and Castle Rock in Lake Havasu, AZ


RZR Riding Fun and Castle Rock in Lake Havasu, AZ

Pat took us out riding in his RZR in Lake Havasue AZ and we also stopped to see Castle Rock.

I’m a fulltime, solo, 50something, female, nomad, traveling in a 24′ Winnebago Minnie Winnie with my 84lb dog, Bao, a lab-rottie-husky mix. I love spending my winters in southwest Arizona and southern California. Then I head to cooler places for the summer.

I’m self employed as a doTerra Wellness Advocate and co-owner of Enlightened Healing (we make healing balms, salves, and tinctures).






Video: LG V20
Editing laptop: Acer laptop
Editing software: VideoPad Professional by NCH
Music: youtube.com/audiolibrary
Solar: 100W Renogy, Interstate batteries
Wifi: Verizon Jetpack
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Top 10 Rock and Roll Documentaries

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“Grand Canyon” “Hoover Dam” and Horse riding in “Red Rock Canyon” Nevada, USA

On a number of days away from my base at Las Vegas (2012), I visited some of the Worlds most iconic tourist sites, namely The Spectacular Grand Canyon. There is nothing much I can say about that other than Awesome. Another trip took me to the Massive and impressive Hoover Dam, which holds back, America’s largest man made Reservoir – Lake Mead, after making electricity, the water is fed back into the mighty Colorado River. One of my most enjoyable and relaxing days was spent at the Bonny Springs Ranch in Red Rock Canyon on the Ole Spanish Trail, I had a fantastic horse (called Outlaw). the only consequence…being from the city, I spent the next 24 hrs walking like John Wayne, as I tried to get feeling back into certain parts!
Other Las Vegas Video’s on my Channel
Las Vegas Freemont Street Experience; http://youtu.be/BOnsO4oD9xc
Las Vegas New York New York Roller Coaster; http://youtu.be/ptFJSi5SsQ0
Las Vegas Sirens of Ti (Treasure Island); http://youtu.be/Yz3SexnMxHU
Las Vegas Most Famous Hotels; http://youtu.be/Megm8glfEvY
Las Vegas Night Helicopter Flight; http://youtu.be/b55dtD8Fbm0
Las Vegas Days Out, Hollywood, Santa Monica; http://youtu.be/hHF8SrqMAaA
Las Vegas Mirage Volcano Show ; http://youtu.be/5kXwnwvfmI4
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Jackson Rock Climbing

Took Jack to Boulderdash (http://www.boulderdashclimbing.com/) to try rock climbing. Great instructors, terrific atmosphere. It was really fun.

Red Rock Canyon Tour – Las Vegas, Nevada

Red Rock Canyon Tour - Las Vegas, Nevada

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, which is located 17 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip, covers over 195,000 acres, and offers a 13-mile scenic drive, and more than 30 miles of hiking trails, rock climbing, horseback riding, mountain biking, road biking, picnic areas, nature observing and visitor center. Address: Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161

For more Las Vegas activities, visit http://www.youtube.com/user/lasvegasing
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Nice Where To Rock Climb photos

Check out these where to rock climb images:

The pathway to the Chapel of the Holy Cross – Sedona
where to rock climb
Image by Al_HikesAZ
I played tour guide for my daughter and her friend Brenda for a trip to Sedona. We toured the Chapel of the Holy Cross. To reach the Chapel of the Holy Cross you climb this ramp and go around the corner.


The first conception came to Marguerite Bruswig Staude in 1932 in New York City while observing the newly constructed Empire State Building. When viewed from a certain angle a cross seemed to impose itself through the very core of the structure. She wanted to build a structure that would glorify her Creator and in thanksgiving for all that her family had received. She traveled throughout Europe looking for the ideal location. She returned to the United States and while her and her husband Tony traveled through Sedona, she was struck by the beauty of the area and decided that this chapel should be built here. . “This would be a monument to faith, but a spiritual fortress so charged with God, that it spurs man’s spirit godward".

Built on a twin pinnacled spur about 250 feet high, jutting out of a thousand foot red rock wall, "solid as the Rock of Peter" the building of the Chapel was completed in April 1956. Just the physical construction was a physical miracle, overcoming difficult conditions to construct this chapel.

The message of the Chapel "That the Church may come to life in the souls of men and be a living reality is renewed and observed each day. Even as we speak it invites all to come to spend time to get connected with their creator.

The Diocese of Phoenix and St John Vianney parish has maintained and administered the Chapel since 1969. We are only caretakers of this most spiritual structure, where all are welcomed to come, meditate, pray and be reconnected with their Creator. We are here to pass this on to those who come after, so the Chapel may glorify the great gifts God has given us. In our transient exsistence, in good times and bad, we are here to be united with all in faith and purpose. To live in peace and unity with all our brothers and sisters .

The Chapel of the Holy Cross has been a compelling Sedona landmark since its completion in 1956. Designed by Marguerite Brunswig Staude, a pupil of Frank Lloyd Wright, the Chapel appears to rise out of the surrounding red rocks. The towering cross and awesome panorama of buttes, valley and sky are a source of inspiration inviting rest and reflection. (This site presents incredible photo opportunities in all directions!)
The American Institute of Architects gave the Chapel its Award of Honor in 1957. In the sculptor’s words, “Though Catholic in faith, as a work of art the Chapel has a universal appeal. Its doors will ever be open to one and all, regardless of creed, that God may come to life in the souls of all men and be a living reality.”

In 2007 Arizonans voted the Chapel to be one of the Seven Man-Made Wonders of Arizona,[2] and it is also the site of one of the so-called Sedona vortices



Qantab – The Symphony of Rocks . . .
where to rock climb
Image by Beauty Eye
This shot was taken with the Canon 600D with Tamron 10-24mm f3.5-4.5 @ 13mm with 77mm Polarizing filter.
This is the 100% crop of the original shot i took yesterday 🙂
I used ISO speed of 100 , Aperture f8.0 and exposure time of 10 seconds.

This place is called Qantab in the capital of Oman, Muscat. well this place is full of small beaches & huge mountains. I had to climb little mountain 😀 and walk to the other side where i found this amazing little spot. . These rocks were full of fossils & little red crabs..

My Cam was actually pointing to the north-West but due to the huge mountain to the left side, which is not whithin the shot frame, i wasn’t able to witness a magic sunset… but was happy with the shots i took.

The Chief
where to rock climb
Image by ecstaticist
This is a 2000+ foot high granite dome. To get a sense of scale here, look at the larger versions and you will see full grown pine trees on ledges.

Located adjacent to Shannon Falls Provincial Park, Stawamus Chief Provincial Park is extremely popular amongst rock climbers, and those who cheer them on. There’s a campground at the base of Stawamus Chief Mountain. You’ll find 40 wilderness/walk-in campsites – facilities provided include water, pit toilets, and many day-use facilities.

At last count there were 180 routes to climb on Stawamus Chief Mountain in Squamish, all of which begin from the base of one the largest free-standing granite monoliths in the world. Estimated to be 93 million years old, the Chief is one of the senior members of the local landscape, parts of which were laid down as lava a scant 12,000 years ago. Advanced and novice climbers alike look for appropriate routes on ‘The Chief,’ ‘The Squaw,’ and ‘The Apron,’ which together form the main climbing area.

The best barometer of the Chief’s international reputation is to check the wide range of licence plates on the cars parked in the climbers’ lot at the base of the mountain, and to eavesdrop on the languages being spoken here in the staging area, where as many as 25,000 climbers gather annually. The climber’s parking lot in Stawamus Chief Provincial Park is located on the east side of Hwy 99 at its junction with the Stawamus River Forest Rd, just north of the Stawamus Chief roadside viewpoint.

– britishcolumbia.com

[UPDATE] Rock Climbing Techniques – Climbing Tips Lesson 5 – Gripping

http://www.RockClimbTips.com The is an updated version of an earlier video on proper gripping for rock climbing; It now has better sound quality.

Learn rock climbing techniques on how to properly grip climbing holds to maximize your climbing performance. This rock climbing tip is a critical rock climbing technique also used to decrease the chance of injuries from improper gripping.

Get the full rock climbing techniques training video series: The Top 5 Climbing Mistakes by becoming a free climber member at RockClimbTips.com and learning more rock climbing tips.

This is one of the five climbing lessons in the series which focuses on teaching the proper rock climbing techniques, by providing expert rock climbing instruction on the most common mistakes that climbers make.

Learning how to rock climb in the Peak District

Learning how to rock climb in the Peak District

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Armed with only a bag of chalk and a pair of non-slip shoes, Marcel Theroux heads to Stanage Plantation in Derbyshire’s beautiful Peak District National Park — the cradle of English climbing with its challenging cliffs, crags and boulders — for a crash course in bouldering from pro climber Mina-Leslie Wujastyk.

Pokemon Platinum 31: HM08 Rock Climb!

Pokemon Platinum 31: HM08 Rock Climb!

See i told you i will fix the intro!
Hey Everyone! Welcome To another Episode of Pokemon Platinum 3D Walkthrough!
We Get HM08 Rock Climb!
We go to Vielstone City and have to go through the Team Galactic Ware House in the next Episode!

Want your Platinum to be in 3D?
Heres the Code =D

94000130 FDFF0000
DA000000 02000002
B2101D40 00000000
D7000000 000012FE
94000130 FFF70000
DA000000 00111D10
D3000000 00000000
D7000000 02000002
D2000000 00000000

All you have to do is Type in 9 on the Calculator, Then press L+ START to save the code, Then Press L when you Enter a Building/Forest
Enjoy! =D

La Dura Complete: The Hardest Rock Climb In The World

Chris Sharma and Adam Ondra spent two years working together to climb La Dura Dura (5.15c / 9b+), the world’s hardest climb. This film tells the story of their unique collaboration and shows Adam’s historic first ascent and Chris’ second ascent. Presented by prAna, Black Diamond, Sterling Rope, Evolv, Petzl, and Walltopia. With music by Build Buildings, Abel Okugawa, Okai, Animals on Wheels, Pascal Savy, and The Green Kingdom. For the full backstory on Chris, Adam, and the route, check out the original film, “La Dura Dura” available on the REEL ROCK 7 DVD and Download here: http://www.bigupproductions.com/films/reel-rock-7/
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Rock Climbing Basics 1: Tying in with a Figure 8 – Wild Country, Red Chili and Climbing Magazine.

Rock Climbing Basics 1: Tying in with a Figure 8 - Wild Country, Red Chili and Climbing Magazine.

Climbing Magazine, along with partners, Wild Country and Red Chili, has produced a series of ‘How To’ videos to demonstrate a number of rock climbing skills and techniques. Using Climbing Magazine’s experienced staff and following AMGA guidelines we’ll show you how to get started in the vertical world. In this video Julie Ellison, Climbing Magazine Gear Editor, shows how to tie a figure 8 knot.
The figure 8 knot is the most commonly used in climbing and learning how to tie it is an essential step in becoming a safe climber. The method shown here is as recommended in the USA — it is worth noting that in the UK the use of a ‘stopper knot’ is recommended.
Julie is using a selection of Wild Country gear whilst making these videos and you can check out her gear here including: the 360 helmet http://bit.ly/YQJDmN the Vision women’s harness http://bit.ly/12rzKQH as well as the Ion screwgate http://bit.ly/13lHKl2.
You can also check out Wild Country’s latest harness range including the superb new Blaze and Boost here: http://bit.ly/15lkhUT
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