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Man flies off water slide down rocky cliff

A Texas man's video of himself flying off the side of a water slide and falling down a rocky cliff has gone viral on Facebook, garnering 177,000 views.

David Salmon posted the explicit slow-motion video on his Facebook page, with the caption: "Too dang old to be going down water slides. Fell off this one that is over a rocky cliff. First time in an ambulance. I'm currently in the hospital in Round Rock. Broke my arm (humerus) and fractured ribs. Multiple lacerations on my back, arms and side. Just found out I don't need surgery so that's good news! One more night in Austin, then I can go home to Dallas."

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Salmon kept his sense of humor, and let his friends know that he was OK, with the hashtags #waterslide, #fail, #failvideo, #brokenarm and #notdead.

The video has been shared more than 900 times, and multiple people have posted dramatic new edits of the video in the comments section, including one person who put his water slide slip to the tune of "Ave Maria."   It is unclear from the video where the water slide is located.

The video, containing strong language, can be watched here.

Video shows black bear swimming next to kayaker

A surprising guest turned up while Matthew Garrity was kayaking on Hemlock Lake south of Rochester, New York.

A black bear was swimming by, making its way across the lake, and Garrity caught some of it on video.

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Garrity told the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle he was relaxing on the lake when he saw something swimming. He couldn't make out what it was, so he paddled out to investigate.

"I heard it breathing," Garrity said. "I realized what it was as soon as I heard this big gasping, grunting sound of it breathing.

"I just tried to get my kayak drifting at the same speed," Garrity said. "I put my paddle down, got my camera out and started taking the video just enough to see the front of my kayak aim towards the front of the bear. I realized I better back up."

Garrity put his camera down, picked up his oars, and gave the bear some space.

"I got a little nervous, so the video is pretty short because as soon as I saw the front of my kayak come into focus I said OK, that's enough,” Garrity told WHAM.

But the 14-second video, uploaded to Facebook Saturday, caught enough of the moment and has over 280,000 views.

Watch the video below:

Hemlock BearKayaking next to a swimming black bear on Hemlock lake 7-16-2016Posted by Matthew Garrity on Saturday, July 16, 2016

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Stonegrey - Spotlight

Congrats to Stonegrey! , the Spotlight winner of June!

 

Stonegrey is determined to be the revival band for exceptional rock music. With an unmistakable sound and a mix of covers and originals, Stonegrey appeals to a wide variety of tastes, demographics and ages. Taking their cues from the likes of Pearl Jam, Alice In Chains and Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stonegrey emulates the best of these premier artists to craft shows that engage and entertain even the most discerning connoisseur of classic/alternative rock. The Stonegrey experience can be matched to any venue or audience. Employing dynamic and superior musicianship, Stonegrey can raise the roof with driving, amplified sound or captivate an audience with intimate acoustic sets.Experience rock revivial.Experience Stonegrey.

Island Nights at Adventure Island®

When the sun goes down, the fun heats up during Island Nights at Adventure Island® from June 16 to Aug. 6 on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 5 to 9 p.m!

 

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CELEBRATE AMERICA IN KENNETH CITY

Saturday

Jul 2, 2016 – 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

JAMES ERNST PARK

4600 58th St. NSaint Petersburg, FL 33709 Map

MORE INFO Celebrate Pinellas Park and the Town of Kenneth City partner up on this fantastic, small-town parade and festival! Celebrate America in Kenneth City on July 2nd from 10am – 3pm. Celebrate Pinellas Park has presented a fun filled community parade since 1972. New this year, parade viewers are invited to follow the parade to Community Hall, where the Town of Kenneth City will feature a patriotic family friendly festival complete with food vendors, an art & craft show, kid’s games & activities, rock wall & bungee jump rides, hula hoop contests and more. Admission is complimentary and some fees will apply for various vendors and activities. As always, the community parks 3000’ square foot playground is available for public use.Registration for this year's parade is now OPEN! The parade begins at 10:00AM at 62nd Street and proceeds eastbound on 54th Avenue until it reaches 58th Street at which point it turns right and heads southbound on 58th Street coming to an end at the Kenneth City Community Hall (4600 58th Street). Register for the parade here: http://www.celebratepinellaspark.com/registration/

GULFPORT'S 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION -JULY FIREWORKS

Monday

Jul 4, 2016 – 2:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Saint Petersburg, FL 33707 Map

MORE INFO The City of Gulfport invites everyone to celebrate this 4th of July celebration all day long with an amazing line-up of fun and exciting activities in the City’s downtown waterfront district!Complimentary activities include; The Kid’s Fishing Derby sponsored by the Gulfport Marina, at the Recreation Center seawall. Registration for the derby will start at 7:30 a.m. Please bring your own fishing pole and the Marina will supply bait from 8 – 11 a.m. The Family Sand Sculpture Contest, sponsored by the Gulfport Recreation Division, on Gulfport Beach, from 10 A.M. to Noon with registration starting at 9:45 a.m. Keeping with tradition, the theme will be “Patriotic.” Bring your own tools and supplies. Recreation staff will be on Gulfport Beach for the kids from noon to 5 p.m. with water slides, balloon entertainment and concessions available. Local vendors offer a variety of arts, crafts, food delicacies and patriotic knick-knacks for your enjoyment, from 2 – 10 p.m. On the main Casino Stage, live music of Solar Exposure will entertain downtown Gulfport beginning at 5 p.m. At 6 p.m., the community parade will make its way (southbound) down Beach Boulevard to the Gulfport Casino, then turning west on Shore Boulevard to 58th Street South. Make sure to grab a good viewing spot! Interested parade participants can easily fill out the online form at http://www.mygulfport.us/july-4th or visit Gulfport City Hall to complete the form. Deadline to register is Friday, June 26.At 9:00 p.m., a phenomenal fireworks display, celebrating the July 4 holiday, will close the day’s festivities on Gulfport Beach. The open air event trolley will be running from Noon- 5:30 p.m. & 6:30 p.m. – 11 p.m. to pick up passengers from remote parking spots to make your journey more convenient to Gulfport.For general information regarding the day’s events, contact Gail Biron at gbiron@mygulfport.us or call 727-893-1118.july fireworks
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