Kitsap Live Steamers in Port Orchard, WA!!! Kitsap Live Steamers is a group of scale outdoor railroad enthusiasts operating a non-profit 7 1/2 inch gauge railroad at South Kitsap Regional Park. Rides are given to park visitors on a donation basis and are handicap accessible. This facility has given the community and the Puget Sound area a unique educational and recreational opportunity that is not otherwise available nearby.

Kitsap Live Steamers in Port Orchard, WA!!! Kitsap Live Steamers is a group of scale outdoor railroad enthusiasts operating a non-profit 7 1/2 inch gauge railroad at South Kitsap Regional Park. Rides are given to park visitors on a donation basis and are handicap accessible. This facility has given the community and the Puget Sound area a unique educational and recreational opportunity that is not otherwise available nearby.

Riverfront Park has a really cool gondola ride over the Spokane River. Just make sure no one is claustrophobic or terrified of heights before you board!

Riverfront Park has a really cool gondola ride over the Spokane River. Just make sure no one is claustrophobic or terrified of heights before you board!

7 Smaller Museums to Explore Around Seattle - ParentMap -118 5th Ave. N., Edmonds.  Right in downtown Edmonds.

7 Smaller Museums to Explore Around Seattle - ParentMap -118 5th Ave. N., Edmonds. Right in downtown Edmonds.

World's Highest Water Slide Has a Crazy Long Ad to Match  Beach Park, a water park in Brazil, has the highest water slide in the world—an insane 14-story-tall structure called, appropriately enough, Insano. The fearless riders on Insano reach speeds of 65 miles an hour before slamming into a pool at the bottom. It's scary just watching video of people going down this thing. Fittingly, the ride has been promoted with a pretty insane advertisement, too.

World's Highest Water Slide Has a Crazy Long Ad to Match

World's Highest Water Slide Has a Crazy Long Ad to Match Beach Park, a water park in Brazil, has the highest water slide in the world—an insane 14-story-tall structure called, appropriately enough, Insano. The fearless riders on Insano reach speeds of 65 miles an hour before slamming into a pool at the bottom. It's scary just watching video of people going down this thing. Fittingly, the ride has been promoted with a pretty insane advertisement, too.

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