Category Archives: Traveling in the U.S.

Lake Lure

Fall is a wonderful time to visit the mountains: the air is crisp but not too cold, the water is still and peaceful, and the foliage is brilliant. November is at the end of the fall season, so many might … Continue reading

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Luray and the Caverns

Last week, I visited Luray, Virginia with my mother, oldest daughter, and two beautiful granddaughters.  The small town is located in Shenandoah Valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains.  Luray is a quaint town that has held tightly to it’s country … Continue reading

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Car Museum – Tallahassee

“There is a lot more in this museum than cars…” Continue reading

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The “Slurpee” wave!

Slurpee, that’s what photographer Jonathon Nimerfroh calls these waves off the coast of Nantucket.  Wow, the waters were so cold this was the effect.  See more of Jonathon’s fantastic photos of the astonishing phenomenon at staywildmagazine.com.

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I might be able to fish like this!

Disturb the waters of the Wabash River in Indiana and the silver carp start jumping. These 20 pound fish jump right out of the water and into your boat.

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