Videos tagged with "cute"
5 Adorable Animals You'll Find During International Travel [01:58]
Check out 5 cute animals you will find during international travel. International travel is exciting as you get to learn about new cultures. Part of the fun ...
lobster dinner @ the ice shack [05:58]
Badger goes overboard and cooks up a teeny feast on the ice flow. The cutest darn dogs (exception Moggy) that you will ever see...and they want crab legs. Plus a Micky and Badger both check on from their clips in Scotland (Lochness and a house concert).
Winter Snow Scottish Witch Monument Dunning Perthshire Scotland [01:12]
Tour Scotland Winter video of snow falling on visit to the Scottish Witch monument just West of Dunning, Perthshire. Maggie Wall burnt here 1657 as a witch. She was one of over four thousand women executed for witchcraft in Scotland during the 16th and 17th Centuries. This monument is situated west of Dunning, Perthshire, Scotland, on the B8062 to Auchterarder Road.
Snow Falling Huntingtower Castle Perth Perthshire Scotland [01:17]
Tour Scotland Winter video of snow falling on visit to Huntingtower Castle, by Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. Huntingtower Castle once known as Ruthven Castle or the Palace of Ruthven is situated about 3 miles from the centre of Perth, on the main road to Crieff. The Castle was built in stages from the 15th century by the Clan Ruthven family and was known for several hundred years as the Palace of Ruthven. In the summer of 1582, the castle was occupied by the 4th Lord Ruthven, who was also the 1st Earl of Gowrie, and his family. Gowrie was involved in a plot to kidnap the young King James VI, son of Mary, Queen of Scots. During 1582 Gowrie and his associates seized the young king and held him prisoner for 10 months. This kidnapping is known as the 'Raid of Ruthven' and the Protestant conspirators behind it hoped to gain power through controlling the king. James eventually escaped and actually forgave Gowrie, but after a second abortive attempt by Gowrie and others to overthrow him, Gowrie was finally executed and his property, including Huntingtower, was forfeited to the crown. The Castle and lands were restored to the Ruthven family in 1586. However in 1600, the brothers John and Alexander Ruthven were implicated in another plot to kill King James VI and were executed. This time, the king was less merciful: as well as seizing the estates, he abolished the name of Ruthven and decreed that any successors would be ineligible to hold titles or lands. Thus the House of Ruthven ...
Scotland - Meeting Crazy Westie Lovers on Skye [01:32]
We were starting our first full day on Skye when we came across these incredibly friendly Westie lovers. As we were heading towards the Storr this couple literally flagged down our tour bus. They were out in the middle of nowhere with their two little Westies. The man mentions that the one dog in the pram (a baby stroller to Americans) has been very ill and that this is the only way he gets around. Everyone enjoyed this cute diversion.