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Last post from today I promise. This was just too good not to post right away. Taken about an hour ago, this guys had no idea that they had some company out there this evening! Anyone wanna join them? After about an hour one of them finally sees it, but not until it’s about a foot away! #emptythetanks #staycoastal #coronadoentry #cbsla #nbcla #abc7eyewitness #ktla #roamtheoceans #ouroceandaily #drone #capobeach #capistranobeach #danapoint #shark #greatwhite #sharks #greatwhiteshark #drone
Thanks to blockbuster hits like Jaws, our impression of sharks is often limited to viewing them as ruthless predators. But sometimes sharks can be total chillers—just check out this guy in Capistrano Beach. It doesn’t seem to care about a group of hydrofoilers whizzing around in its space. Instead, the shark just keeps to himself, likely enjoying a good sunbathe, and thankfully leaves the foilers alone. It’s nice to see everyone getting along for once.
The fixed-cable route up Half Dome is often crowded. Wikimedia Commons photo. 29-year-old Danielle Burnett of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, passed away on Thursday, September 5th after falling 500 feet from the fixed-cable route up Half Dome. An eyewitness posted non-graphic photos of the pre-incident scene, and described what happened: RELATED: Scenes from Jackson's Saddle Butte Fire - Shawn Slimp, via Facebook. The National Park Service has instituted a 300 hiker-per-day permit system to
Jackson, get ready! On Saturday, September 14, we are throwing the winter kick-off party of the year, with the world premiere of our new feature-length ski and snowboard film, . Join the TGR crew and support a great cause - 100% of the proceeds benefit local charity partners! RELATED: Check Out TGR's 'Shop For a Cause' Kicking off with the 2nd Annual FarOutFest at the base of JHMR in Teton Village, the bike park will open at noon, with live music all day beginning at 1:00pm. Plus,
After seeing snow in the Alps this past weekend, it’s time to spread the love to North America this week. It might only be the middle of September, and still technically summer, but the weather forecast is calling for as much as 10 inches of snow above 10,000 feet in the Tetons. The National Weather Service issued a Special Weather Statement for the area detailing as much. It mentions one to three inches possibly falling in the valley. Time to break out the snow tires? RELATED: Gravity