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Before these blogs follow me down island, I wanted to catch up on a few places I visited this year in the Virgin Islands. The first one is Culebra. This...

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1 day ago

That is a good question. After the two week road trip I took last September to see a bunch of National Park in California and Arizona, which I just finished...

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2 days ago

[Shane – Below is my May submission for my All At Sea – South Florida monthly article. I love sharing my articles with my readers and would like to know...

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3 days ago

Cruisers come in all kinds of boats. From trawlers to sail boats. Monohulls to catamarans. Small cuddy cabins to massive mega yachts. One thing that is common among each of...

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4 days ago

So this is going to be my last blog about my road trip through California and Arizona and I want to spend it letting you know how amazing of a...

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6 days ago

Chiricahua National Monument is a unit within the National Parks System located 36 miles southeast of Willcox, AZ. The highlight within Chiricahua National Monument is the hundreds of column rock...

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7 days ago

Fort Bowie National Historic Site is the site of Fort Bowie, which was built in 1862 in order to secure Apache Pass and Springs. It sits in the southeast corner...

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7 days ago

I hope you enjoyed reading about Saguro National Park yesterday and learned a lot about those giants like I did. Today’s “photo of the day” is one last photo from...

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9 days ago

Think about the southwest right now. What is the first thing that comes to mind? I bet it is a desert scene with a very tall cactus having two arms...

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10 days ago

But you do not want to get to close, because it is a cactus after all. Haha. What do you think of it? I found these giants to be amazing...

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11 days ago

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is the only place you will find the cactus called organ pipe in the USA, because this is the northern limit of it habitat. They...

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13 days ago

The Casa Grande National Monument consists of the ruins of multiple structures surrounded by a compound wall constructed by the ancient people of the Hohokam period, who farmed the Gila...

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14 days ago

Tonto National Monument is in the Superstition Mountains of central Arizona. The area lies on the northeastern edge of the Sonoran Desert ecoregion, an arid habitat with annual rainfall of...

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15 days ago

Today’s “photo of the day” is about as Arizona as I could find. I loved everything about this scene and knew it would make a great photo. I hope you...

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16 days ago

Walnut Canyon National Monument is located about 10 mi from Flagstaff, AZ, off Interstate 40. The canyon is 350 feet deep and an almost mile long trail descends 185 ft...

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17 days ago

Prickly pears are actually really tasty, but you have to watch out for the little cactus stickers. I found this patch of fruiting cactus outside Casa Grande, which I will...

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18 days ago

On Tuesday I told you how I stopped at Wupatki National Monument to view the 1500 year old adobe buildings and that Spur 395 off Highway 89 was a 20...

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20 days ago

Horseshoe Bend is the name for a horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River located near the town of Page, Arizona. It is located slightly downstream from the Glen Canyon Dam,...

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21 days ago

After visiting so many National Parks during my two week road trip in California and Arizona, I started to crave more and wanted to see all that I could. With...

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22 days ago

On Tuesday I wrote all about my time at Antelope Canyon in northern Arizona near Page and today I want ot share another photo that really shows off the colors,...

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