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Day 15: from the tallest tree to the deepest lake

I met a couple from Montana while backcountry camping in the Redwood National Park and while swapping travel stories they mentioned that unless explicitly stated, it is legal to camp without cost or permit in any National Forest within the US. 145 more words


love’s rejection
shaman sacrifices
seeds of war—
when spirit of Sky
drown’d the fires
of Underworld’s god—
that Mazama might hatch
from its mountain cocoon… 8 more words



In Ecuador there are several crater lakes good for hiking, Quilotoa is one of them. This volcano erupted around 600 year ago, leaving a stunning laguna in the middle of it when it collapsed. 290 more words


The Forest - Planet Coaster

If you have played Planet Coaster before, you likely know of “The Madness” – the cheapest pre-made coaster you can purchase. This coaster is actually perfect for a brand new, budding park, as while it’s, again, the cheapest coaster, it also is popular at the same time. 265 more words

Planet Coaster

The Creation of Crater Lake


America’s deepest lake tells many magnificent stories.

Eight thousand years ago, if you stood on the shores of Klamath Lake in Southern Oregon, the horizon would have looked strikingly different than it does today. 99 more words


A Road Trip to San Francisco - The Journey

This trip to San Francisco was one of our first real road trips. There were many stops along the way that each have their own story. 1,074 more words