In the forestry hills of Big Sur, California, Jayson Fann weaves, bends and shapes eucalyptus and willow branches into incredible human-sized nests. Each of these "earthly temples" weighs in at over 100,000 pounds, often requiring heavy-duty equipment to aid in transportation and construction. Now, Fann is using his nests as an educational tool, helping students discover their ability to shape and create their environment, all the while strengthening their connection with nature.
From tractors stuck in mud that reaches all the way up to the cab, tractors pulling tractors out of swamps, to tractors turning over these are just a few of the clips you will see in today's extreme tractor gone wrong video.
We partnered with our friends at Milk-Bone to honor the incredible relationship these four people have with their Canine Assistants service dogs. Milk-Bone is celebrating 20 years of collaboration with Canine Assistants, a nonprofit that helps to train and provide service dogs to people with disabilities or special needs. It's truly remarkable the difference a service dog can make in someone's life. Learn more about the work done by Milk-Bone & Canine Assistants: bit.ly/2jNNZB8
This crazy hole in the sky is what some might call a sky punch, a fallstreak hole, or a punchole cloud. It is the effect of something called the Bergeron Process. It is a rare and very complicated process where a certain kind of large cloud forms. The hole itself is usually triggered by a plane flying through it, where the turbines heat up the area in the punchole and create this epic looking scene.
In this reel, we circumnavigate the globe in search of some of the most unusual and awe-inspiring libraries collecting more than just books. We begin in Alaska at a particularly *macabre* library checking out preserved and taxidermied animals, head on over to China to kick back in a surreal, infinite reading room, and get a whiff of history at the library of smells.
At 92 years old, veteran Vencil Mares is still the first person to arrive everyday in his legendary BBQ restaurant.
Jim Downs & Vencil Mares
101 N Main St
Taylor, TX 76574