I took this video at Table Rock Dam in Branson, Missouri on 4/30/2011 showing all the flood gates open. It was releasing 68,000 cubic feet of water per second . The lake had crested earlier in the week at a little over 935 feet and corps of engineers needed to get the lake down to 930 feet before they could decrease the flow of the water. Just 24 hours after this video was taken the lake was down to the needed 930 feet and only 5 of the gates were partally open.
Here is some pictures of an old outhouse. This person must have been well off and had kids because it has 3 seats instead of just one. Just imagine it is late at night and one of the kids has to go to the bathroom. So you take them out and you are able to go as well, with no waiting-no going behind a bush.
Was out deer hunting earlier this season with my nephew during the youth hunt. We were hunting in a one room cabin that set on the edge of a small field and was surrounded by the woods. The cabin had no heat or electricity or running water. The property owner calls it a cabin but I would call it an over-sized yet perfect ground deer stand.
After sitting in this cabin for the better part of the morning and not see anything come trough, it starts to get quite boring for a young lad who is not used to sitting still and being quiet. Even I was yawning and dozing off.
When suddenly the high light of our morning appeared before our eyes. While looking out the window we noticed a caterpillar crawling on the window sill. I grabbed my phone and recorded the following videos.