59 VETS PROJECT WANTS TO SHARE OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK WITH YOU!

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LET’S ALL GO VISIT OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK!

Check out this vivid video taken in Olympic National Park (located in the state of Washington) of a wild bobcat spending a little down-time fishing for breakfast!
As it is, located on the Olympic Peninsula, Olympic National Park comprises a diversity of ecosystems from Pacific shoreline to temperate rainforests to the alpine slopes of Mount Olympus. The scenic Olympic Mountains overlook the Hoh Rain Forest and Quinault Rain Forest, the wettest area in the continental United States. Hiking, biking, camping and exploring this rainforest paradise is only the beginning of your amazing outdoor experience at Olympic.

To learn more about this beautiful, rugged national park, go here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_National_Park. And to learn more about us, the 59 VETERANS PROJECT, and our upcoming enterprise to help veterans and trek all 59 of our national parks with them, visit us here: http://www.59veterans.com/. We can’t wait to meet you and have you join us as we ascend this summit together!

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59 Vets Project Would Love to Share Everglades NP with You!

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PLEASE SHARE WITH ALL VETERANS & FRIENDS!

Everglades National Park in Florida is the largest tropical wilderness in the entire United States. Consisting of a mangrove and tropical rainforest ecosystem and marine estuary, Everglades is home to 36 protected species, including the Florida panther, American crocodile, and West Indian manatee. Some areas throughout the park have been drained and developed, as continuous restoration projects aim to restore the ecology of this amazing national park.

Everglades is truly an outdoor paradise to visit and trek and experience. Just remember while there, don’t feed the alligators and don’t wrestle with the panthers! Just enjoy what is a national treasure of visual delight.

For Everglades is indeed a national park which we the 59 VETERANS PROJECT can’t wait to traverse and experience alongside our military veterans to whom we will be teaching 4K and VR videography and photography once our project is launched. To learn more about Everglades National Park, visit this informative site: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everglades_National_Park.

And to learn more about the 59 VETERANS PROJECT and how you can contribute and participate in our upcoming enterprise to help veterans, please visit us here: http://www.59veterans.com/. We can’t wait to meet you and have you join us as we ascend this summit together!

The 59 Vets Project Invites You to Death Valley National Park!

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There’s a lot to experience and see at Death Valley National Park other than lizards, snakes, hot sand, molten rock and cacti. And all of us here at the 59 VETERANS PROJECT can’t wait to experience and share it with our military veterans when we visit this historical national park with them.
Our happy enterprise is to teach veterans the ways of 4K, 3D and VR videography and photography and help them find careers in this stimulating vocation. At the same time, we will be visiting and making a video/photographic record of all our 59 national parks, with a chef on board each journey to wine and dine us every day and night in the finest cuisine this side of Paris, France!
Death Valley is the largest national park south of Alaska and the driest and hottest spot in North America (with a record high of 134°F). It also sports the lowest elevation throughout the continent: 282 feet below sea level! Yet despite all these extremes, Death Valley enjoys almost a million visitors every year.
Death Valley is rife with mountains, and the the highest in the park is Telescope Peak at 11,049 feet, which is located 15 miles from Badwater Basin, the lowest point in the U.S. The vertical drop from Telescope Peak to Badwater Basin is twice the depth of the Grand Canyon!
The National Geographic website says this: “Named by gold prospectors struggling through the area in 1849, Death Valley has been inhabited by Timbisha Shoshone Native Americans; gold prospectors, including slaves; Chinese immigrants mining for silver and borax; Basque immigrants who settled here at the turn of the 20th century; and Japanese Americans temporarily interned here during World War II.”
To learn more about this amazing national park, visit this online site: http://www.national-park.com/welcome-to-death-valley-national-park/. And to learn more about the 59 VETERANS PROJECT and join us to help veterans, please visit our headquarters company here: http://www.59veterans.com/.

HEY, ALL YOU HORSE LOVERS!

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Please segue over and check out Victoria Wieszkowiak’s new article on LinkedIn Pulse entitled “Peterson Warmbloods Private Treaty.” It regards the Peterson Warmbloods Thoroughbred Holsteiner horses and the magnificent horse Ka’lani pictured there.

A beautiful horse and a beautiful platform you’ll love learning about and getting involved with. Here: bit.ly/29eJNUr

The 59 Vets Project is Bringing Showplows Soon to Lassen!

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HELP US WARM UP BY GIVING US A SHARE!

Through rain, sleet, blizzard and even mountainous mounds of snow, the 59 VETERANS PROJECT can’t wait to be traversing our beautiful 59 national parks and teaching 4k/3D photography and videography to our military veterans.  It’s going to be exciting. It’s going to be an adventure. And it’s going to be an experience that all of us are going to immensely benefit from for years to come.

To learn more about our important project to help veterans while working with our national parks, and how you can participate, contribute and get involved, please visit our Headquarters Company online here: http://59veterans.com/.  And rest assured, if we segue to Lassen Volcanic National Park during winter, we will definitely be bringing our snowplows with us!

BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK THIS SPRING?

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Big Bend National Park in far west Texas rocks! And the National Park Service is correct when it says Big Bend is a magical place.
NPS also says that Big Bend is a hiker’s paradise containing the largest expanse of roadless public lands in Texas. For more than 150 miles of trails offer opportunities for day hikes or backpacking trips. Elevations range from 1,800 feet along the Rio Grande to 7,832 feet on Emory Peak in the Chisos Mountains.
The park is also a geologic treasure and world-class arena for geology: from limestone to laccoliths and faults to volcanoes, its fossils include a world-record pterosaur and giant 50-foot crocodile!
Big Bend is also an Audubon’s delight: with a multiplicity of habitats that include desert oases, hidden canyons and an undulating river corridor–all of which shelter more than 450 bird species.
So yeah, Big Bend National Park rocks! And to learn more about this national treasure, click on the link in the text accompanying this meme’s slide show of pics. Perhaps a spring vacation to Big Bend awaits you?!
Meanwhile, don’t forget us, the 59 VETERANS PROJECT. Come visit us online and learn about what our seminal project will doing soon in our enterprise to substantially help our U.S. military veterans. Visit us here: http://59veterans.com/.

HSR COMING TO NEVADA!

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LET’S SHARE SOME REALLY GOOD HSR NEWS!

All of us here at FAST TRAINS are delighted to share this really good news just in from the state of Nevada.

So the question is: can you handle a scotch and water and a few games of blackjack while traveling at 300 miles per hour? And your answer should be?

HELL YEAH!

HSR is coming to Nevada (and California!). Read all about it here: http://goo.gl/H9UkZz

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