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Explore All Arizona Ruins - Part 1

North in Sedona are two fantastically preserved heritage sites that showcase some of the largest cliff dwellings in Red Rock Country along with pictographs. I had not heard of this site previously but saw the entrance in after hiking Fay’s Canyon. 507 more words


Around Ireby & Uldale, NW Cumbria

Come spring, summer and Autumn, I spend approximately half my time in Cumbria and half (around my working shifts) in the Yorkshire Dales. In a few years, when the Government finally let me retire, it will be nearer 100% of the time in north-west Cumbria as that’s where I intend to move to. 315 more words


Silver Falls

Silver Falls was probably one of my favorite places to go in Oregon. This is where I took pretty much everyone that visited me while I lived there. 301 more words


Shenandoah Valley Late Spring Adventures

Visit the towns of Martinsburg, Winchester, Harpers Ferry and Luray

The Shenandoah Valley has so many worthwhile towns to explore. Here are some of my favorite sites around the region: 890 more words


The Chatooga

Long Creek, SC – May, 2016 The Chatooga River is in the very northwest corner of South Carolina. In fact, the river is the state line between SC and Georgia for a good ways. 1,044 more words


Your very first hike

The weather is turning hot|cold|warm|sunny|cloudy…just like you like it.

You know that there are these dirt|gravel|paved paths in some parks but never knew what they were for. 2,361 more words


Samuel H. Boardman State Scenic Corridor North

Saturday we were heading home, but before we headed north we had one more hike to do. We had hiked much of the southern portion of the Samuel H. 717 more words