Why You Should Consider Traveling to the Grand Canyon in the Winter Instead of Summer

Beat the Crowds In the summer and early fall, the Grand Canyon is packed with visitors. That is not a problem in the winter. There were times we were able to be at one of the popular stops along the rim road, and no one else was there with us. It was an amazing experience. […]

Photo Adventure – Sunset Crater National Monument, Arizona

On the way to the Grand Canyon from Flagstaff, there’s two National Monuments just off the main road.  Sunset Crater and Wupatki National Monuments are definitely worth the short detour. Sunset Crater NM was an interesting place to travel through.  It is so different from the surrounding area.  There are black lava fields, reminiscent of […]

Photo of the Week : Golden Hour at Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona

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Photo Adventure – Prescott, ON and Fort Wellington : Party Like It’s 1812

During my month long visit to Ontario this summer, one of my favorite parts of the trip was a short roadtrip in the 1000 Islands area along the St. Lawrence River. I visited Thousand Islands National Park, and explored some of the historical sites along the way. This area played a pivotal role in the […]

Photo of the Week – Aerial View of Glacier Path in Denali National Park, Alaska

If you are on a mobile and unable to see this photo, click here. I can’t wait to show you more of my trip to Denali National Park with Viator.  It was one of the coolest experiences I’ve ever had.  It is hard to truly grasp the magnitude of the size involved from a photo. […]