Be a bit nutty to cross this bridge

Ever seen squirrels on a bridge? In Longview, Washington, there is a bridge made out of a fire hose for squirrels!

It’s the world’s narrowest bridge and was put up in 1963. Why? To keep the squirrels safe and they deserve their own bridge across treetops.

Amos Peters saw lots of squirrels getting run over by vehicles and decided to build this for their safety, who knew it would become a tourist attraction!

When I read about this bridge, of course I had to drag the family to visit this place back in 2007 – we didn’t see no squirrels. Curse you squirrels for running such a fine trip.

Video shot on the Sony Fx-1
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Narration on Yeti Mike:
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Edited on HP Evny dv7 i7-3630qm:
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Tour the Teddy Bear Museum

Fans of Teddy Bears will love visiting the Teddy Bear Museum. Take a tour of the original museum that has expended to other locations like Hawaii.

More Miniture World Footage from Jeju (Cheju) Korea

Because you know you can never have enough minitures in your life.

Additional footage that I forgot I had of this wonderful place.

Cheonggyecheon River in South Korea – Best restored river in the world, possibly

Visited this great river located in Seoul, South Korea. While Korean movies like “The Host” may have had a river monster, you won’t have to worry about one here.

To me, this is one of the great man-made rivers. It’s not the Panama Canal of any sorts but to build a project to renovate a dirty river that was filled up in the past and turn it into a tourist designation is a beautiful project indeed.

It is a great place to have a little exercise or go on a date with your loved one. I am amazed at how clean they keep the area. No graffiti, no trash floating down the river, etc… This video was shot in 2006.

The mayor of Seoul did this urban renovation which was not looked happily upon by the citizens as it costed the government some serious cash. After the renovation, people flock to this renovated river for recreation.

Several Korean films and music videos have been shot here.

Miniature World in Jeju (Cheju) Island, South Korea

Visited this fun miniature world in Jeju Island. It turns out there is more than one miniature world in Jeju Island. I love seeing these miniature sculptures and replicas, it’s a wonder world to me.

I love some of the miniatures like the Korean turtle ships used for naval warfare. The London Bridge, Leaning Tower of Pisa, Great Buddha statue (which is really not a miniature) but I can understand since Buddhism is a part of the Asian culture.

I had a fun time visiting the place. One word of caution. When you are traveling around Jeju Island, do it as a tour group or rent a car. Going by Taxi is expensive! Traveling by bus is cheap, but you’d have to know the route and some Korean to get around…