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National Parks to begin Global Warming Push

The National Parks Service, which watches over many historical sites in the United States and Puerto Rico will be incorporating global warming/climate change into their presentations to guests and visitors.  190 more words

Puerto Rico

Skagway or Dyea?

After travelling from all corners of the earth in search of gold, cheechakos (newcomers to the North) were faced with a tough decision – to proceed over the White Pass from Skagway, or start up the Chilkoot Pass at Dyea. 322 more words

Chilkoot Trail

Flying High Over Lands End

Marin County | California

Last week I photographed high school students taking part in the Ropes Course at Lands End in San Francisco. The kids were participating in a six-week summer program, sponsored by the… 102 more words

Photography

Petition Would Take Gold Butte From BLM

(LAS VEGAS, KXNT)–An environmental group has started a petition drive to make Nevada’s pristine, 350,000 acre Gold Butte area a National Monument, putting it under National Parks Service control and removing it from the Bureau of Land Management. 237 more words

News

A Historic Day for LGBT History

This week, LGBT history was ready for its close-up when the National Parks Service (NPS) of the Department of the Interior brought together 16 history scholars – myself included – for the… 404 more words

Gay And Lesbian

A Tale of Two Mountains

Dear Readers, Your time spent reading my blogs is much appreciated wherever you may be around the world.  In the last week the blog has been read in Finland, Switzerland, the United States, Turkey, the Netherlands, India, Ukraine, Italy, Cyprus and the United Kingdom.  960 more words

Walking

Outdoor Exploration: Yellowstone Part 1

In May, I FINALLY got to go to Yellowstone National Park with my boyfriend Ryan- and let me say, it did not disappoint. This first post will be about the natural formations and geology (but stay tuned for the animals post tomorrow). 321 more words

Explorations