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News: Officials Shocked to Find West Nile in Las Vegas Mosquitoes

Las Vegas is known as the city of sin, a place for gambling, fine dining, and decadence. Now, you can add another notable characteristic to that list: West Nile. You may want to hold off on scheduling your trip to the Sin City — or at least stock up on bug spray — because health officials have reported that mosquitoes in Southern Nevada have tested positive for the virus.

How To: Do long exposure photography of rivers

Have you ever been camping, sitting by a peaceful brook or stream, and wanted to capture the beauty of that delicate flowing mass of water? For most photographers, capturing a river or stream is not hard, but the river often comes out stagnant, frozen in place rather than alive and vital as it is in real life.

How To: Play "Moon River" by Henry Mancini & Johnny Mercer on the ukule

Want to play Henry Mancini's "Moon River" (famously featured in Breakfast at Tiffany's) on your ukulele? Learn how with this free video ukulele lesson from Ukulele Mike. Whether you play the ukulele or bass kazoo, there is no better way to improve your chops than by learning to play your favorite songs. Not only is it more fun and much easier than running drills or memorizing a chord book by wrote, it's obviously also a wonderful way to build your repertory of songs. For more information, and...

How To: Play Yiruma's "River Flows in You" on piano

Learn how to play "River Flows in You" by acclaimed South Korean composer and pianist Yiruma with this free video piano lesson. This video, which merely presents the chords and notes of the songs, is geared more toward intermediate and advanced players, pianists of all skill level can get started playing along. For more information and, to get started playing Yiruma's "River Flows in You" on your own piano, watch this tutorial.

How To: Paint neighing deer by the river

Watch this instructional painting video to paint, "Neighing Deer, By The River". Can deer neigh? Use India ink and Chinese rice paper to try this fluid method of painting. Every brush stroke counts so there is not much room for mistakes. So get out some news print to practice inking these beautiful animals by the river.

How To: Play Johnny Rivers' "Secret Agent Man" on the ukulele

Want to play "Secret Agent Man" by Steve Barri & P.F. Sloan on the ukulele? Learn how with this free video ukulele lesson from Ukulele Mike. Whether you play the ukulele or bass kazoo, there is no better way to improve your chops than by learning to play your favorite songs. Not only is it more fun and much easier than running drills or memorizing a chord book by wrote, it's obviously also a wonderful way to build your repertory of songs. For more information, and to get started playing this ...

How To: Tie a River knot

This video from Tying It All Together demonstrates how to tie a river knot. Holding the rope in your left hand, make a loop to the right and bring the rope down so it lies over the loop. Bring it up behind and pull it through the loop. This makes a loose knot with three overlapping loops. Make another loop on the right and pull the end through the lower part of the right loop. Then make another loop on the left and pull it through the lower part of the left loop. Take the rope from the left s...

How To: Sear Ahi tuna

Watch this instructional cooking video to prepare an appetizer of seared Ahi tuna on hot hot river rocks. Prepare your hot river rock by heating them on the grill for about one hour. The hot rocks will keep their heat for up to 20 minutes allowing you to sear the raw tuna bite by bite. You will need on Ahi tuna steak and a selected dipping marinade or dipping sauce to prepare this recipe.

How To: Get around in Egypt

THis video is a travel guide of how to get around in Egypt. Many flights, trains, cars and other modes of transportation are available in Egypt, but ferries on the Nile are the best way to get around. Learn more in this informative video.

How To: Tie a paracord river bar bracelet

Learn how to make a River Bar bracelet, which is also known as a Paracord bracelet, by following the steps outlined in this video tutorial. To start your bracelet, you will need to tie a reef knot. This is done by taking two loops (in two different color strings) and then placing one loop within the other, pulling this through the first loop to secure the two loops together. This knot creates the end of your bracelet. To actually make the River Bar design, bend the two colors of string so tha...

How To: Purify muddy river water

In this video, we learn how to purify muddy river water. First, take a bucket of dirty river water straight from the river. This will be in a 2-5 gallon bucket. Now, add 1 packet of water Purifier per every 2 gallons. Stir this in for 5 minutes, stirring constantly. Once the powder has been in the water for a full 5 minutes, it will purify the water and the dirt will all go to the bottom of the bucket! This is being used in Haiti where an earthquake destroyed the homes of many people who now ...

How To: Find gold in rivers and streams

This film is about gold. Gold diving. Use of the hookah rig to find gold. Gold flakes, nuggets, and platinum nuggets are shown. Gold and platinum are 15-19 times heavier than other streambed materials and concentrate in low pressure areas and cracks that run across rivers and streams. You look for a crack on the bank, and follow it out until you meet the "gold line" and there you suck it out with your dredge. Gold will be on the outside edge of a river gravel bar, at the head of the bar (larg...

How To: Fish for Trout

In this how-to video you will learn what trout eat and what lives on the river bottom. Have you ever wondered what you have to do in order to properly fish for trout? This clip explains what you will need in order to find these trout.

How To: Pan for gold a few simple steps

In this video, Graham shows us how to pan for gold. In a few simple steps, an individual could become rich!!! Graham is working with sandstone in Virginia in a swamp like area, but this process could be done in any river. Gold usually gets stuck in cracks in the sides of rivers, and in this case, the cracks are in sandstone rock in this swamp-like area. Shovel up some of the sandstone bed bedrock, or whatever type of material is available, place the shoveled up material in the pan. Fill up th...

How To: Catch a sharptooth catfish

Sharptooth catfish can be one of the most difficult to capture, especially because of their size. This particular type of fish is mainly found in parts of South Africa as well as other parts of the world. So find out how to catch a sharptooth catfish with this three part tutorial. Enjoy!

How To: Play "In This River" by Black Label Society on guitar

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to play the song "In This River" by Black Label Society on the acoustic guitar. This video reveals all the string movements and the order that the notes are needed to be played, in order to execute the song. The video provides step-by-step narration and a visual demonstration for viewers to easily understand and follow along. This video will benefit those viewers who are interest in playing the guitar and want to learn how to play a new song.

How To: Draw a bridge

This tutorial from Drawing Now demonstrates how to draw a bridge, one of the most common items in landscape drawing and one for which proper use of perspective is crucial. Watching this is sure to improve you art skills.

How To: Properly cross a stream in trekking or hiking

A short how to video on how to perform a safe stream crossing or ford using trekking poles when ultralight backpacking. Hiking or trail running often involves crossing or fording rivers and streams. Make sure you cross the water properly so that you don't get caught in a current or injured on rocks.

How To: Tie the flashback pheasant-tail nymph when fly fishing

Frank Sawyer, river keeper on Englands' Wiltshire Avon, designed an elegantly simple nymph that sinks quickly and imitates various Baetis mayfly species. Sawyer's nymph had only two ingredients: pheasant tail fibers and copper wire. The wire was used as an underbody, to attach the pheasant tail fibers to the hook, and also as a rib over the abdomen.

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