Coquille River Lighthouse

Coquille River Lighthouse

featuring Jeff Lorber's "The Simple Life"
Coquille River Lighthouse

The Coquille River Light was first lit in 1896 to aid the transportation of goods and people to and from the mouth of the Coquille River. Simple, small, and inexpensive, the lighthouse was for many years the smallest on the … Continue reading


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Port Townsend, Washington

featuring Earl Klugh's "I'm Falling"
Port Townsend, Washington Boat Haven

Founded in the mid-1800s, Port Townsend, Washington was expected by many to become a dominant port city on the West Coast. Despite significant investment and early successes, Port Townsend was overshadowed by other northwestern cities. Lack of confidence by investors– … Continue reading


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Galveston Shipwatching

featuring Amaury Figueredo's "My Way"
Ships passing Galveston, Texas

Galveston Island has always had a great connection to the sea. First settled with Europeans in 1817– by Jean Lafitte, a pirate– Galveston quickly became an important port city. The largest city in Texas, it was the busiest port west … Continue reading


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Chicago at Night

featuring Paul Hardcastle's "Desire"
Chicago (harbor skyline at night)

The skyline of Chicago is one of the most distinctive in the world and it’s especially beautiful when seen from the city’s Northerly Island peninsula. This vantage point provides an unbroken panorama of the cityscape. As always, the John Hancock … Continue reading


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Santa María del Mar, Peru

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Procession"
Santa María del Mar, Peru

The Santa María del Mar district of Peru is well known for its beautiful beaches. Just south of the country’s capital of Lima, this relaxation destination seems to have it all– pristine sand, a rolling surf from the Pacific Ocean, … Continue reading


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Seattle (Elliott Bay Waterfront)

featuring Cindy Bradley's "Swing Set"
Seattle Waterfront

In this eScapes video– a sample of our 500th completed episode— we take you to the waterfront of Seattle, Washington. This harbor in Puget Sound’s Elliott Bay was a center of activity in the late 1800s and early 1900s, when … Continue reading


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Puno, Peru (Floating Islands)

featuring Peter White's "What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)"
Floating Islands of Puno, Peru

The Puno region of Lake Titicaca in Peru has been home to the Uros people since before the Inca empire. The Uros people are known for their unique floating islands. For hundreds of years, this culture has made its home … Continue reading


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Rome

featuring Boney James' "As You Are"
Boat in Rome

Rome may be the most important city that has ever been built. The capital of an empire that controlled the entire Mediterranean region, most of Europe, and significant parts of Asia, Rome’s influence on the fundamentals of Western civilization is … Continue reading


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New York City Harbor

featuring Kenny G's "Desafinado"
Statue of Liberty

Full version of the single song episodes featured here, in our Media Library showcase, are available to watch free on the eScapes’ Xumo Lifestyle Channel # 452 The one-of-a-kind atmosphere of New York City is evident in the skyline of … Continue reading


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Portland, Oregon River Ride

featuring Euge Groove's "Too Cool"
Willamette River, Portland, Oregon

The 187-mile-long Willamette River runs through downtown Portland, Oregon, where it is spanned by eleven bridges. Many of these bridges hold world records or set records when constructed. The Steel Bridge, featured in this scene, is the second-oldest vertical-lift bridge … Continue reading


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