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https://www.abandonedcentral.com During our trip to the West Coast, we decided to end our last two days at an incredible spot on the Pacific Coast Line. A stunning white mansion sits on a super busy highway right on the Pacific Ocean. It was built in the 1950's and has really amazing architecture despite the inside being completely gutted. Fran and I met up with our new friend Jack on our first visit there and hung out and had a couple beers. On the second day there Jack, Fran, and I met up with our other new friends Ginger & Jazz and we decided to do some video work. We had an amazing sunset both days and got to hang out by the beach while we got to know our new exploring buddies while taking some incredible photos. It doesn't get any better than that! https://www.abandonedcentral.com https://www.instagram.com/abandonedcentral/ https://www.instagram.com/frantastic420/ https://www.instagram.com/_Bword/ https://www.instagram.com/jack_berglas/ https://www.instagram.com/mylife_ismymsg/ https://www.instagram.com/gingerlywest/ Thanks for the drone shots! (My Drone wasn't working as always! ) https://www.instagram.com/alexthegreat_3/
The Quite Lite Shelter is a modular, light weight, easy to assemble shelter. This video shows how to assemble the shelter on the ground or on a platform.
We went here in October 2013. This is a tour of our bungalow in pier C.
Watch full length, 22 minute episodes here: http://bit.ly/BingeWatchFullBrojects With their current fixed dock rotting away, brothers Andrew and Kevin retreat to the drawing board eager to fix the situation and build their dream dock. Get the plans for this project at: http://brojects.ca/ Subscribe to Cottage Life on YouTube: http://bit.ly/19UCmwF DIY projects, design tips, recipes and more: http://www.cottagelife.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cottagelife Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cottagelife Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/cottagelife/
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In December of 2013, I was lucky enough to find myself on the remote island of Pemba - an island part of the Zanzibar archipelago just off the coast of Tanzania. There, I stayed with my family at the Manta Resort. More specifically, I got the opportunity to spend the 24th night in Manta's underwater room, which is the second of its kind. The experience was incredible - one that I would recommend to any extravagant explorer. Enjoy the video and comment any questions that I can answer.