In between Flagstaff and Sedona is a canyon forged by a tributary of the Verde River, Oak Creek. The walls of Oak Creek Canyon are beautifully eroded, and in the winter limestone and sandstone peek out beneath a dusting of white snow. The road that winds through Oak Creek Canyon, State Route 89A, is full […]
If you are on a mobile device and can’t see this photo, click here. This photo was taken in January of 2014 and is after the devastating fire. The bridge, however, still stands.
The Rideau Canal is a 200km long waterway running from Ottawa to Kingston. Built after the War of 1812 as a precaution in case of American aggression it’s purpose was to keep a military line open between nearby Montreal and the British Naval Base in Kingston. While not really needed for that use any longer, […]
One of the things that my kids love the most about Alaska is that every direction you turn is an outdoor adventure. Alaska is wild and untamed. It is beautiful, but rugged. It is the kind of place every child dreams about, even if they don’t know how to put it into words. Sure, there […]
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