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The Roman Ruins of Jerash

The promise of rain seemed ridiculous as I arrived at the Jerash ruins to glorious sunshine and 20° temperatures. These are widely believed to be the best-preserved Roman ruins outside of Italy; it’s possible that much of it even better preserved than I have seen in Italy, perhaps due to the difference in weather. 526 more words

How To Find Your Inner Calm With The Natural Hot Springs Of Iceland

I believe it was R.R. Martin back in 1996 who first used the phrase “Ice and Fire” within one of his book titles (A Song of Ice and Fire), of the now infamous Game of Thrones series. 1,103 more words


The Longest Mile(s are from Lake Mead to Hot Springs. Fact.)

(I wrote this on March 7th… it is now the 24th. That’s how long it took us to get reliable internet)

The three day’s drive from Lake Mead to Hot Springs, AR was AWFUL. 1,162 more words


Operation Thunderstruck Arrests 40

Hot Springs, Arkansas, City Manager David Frasher spent time as a police officer, detective, and attorney before turning to city administration. He is also credentialed with the International City/County Management Association (ICMA). 147 more words

David Frasher

Travel // Rotten Egg Baths in Iceland

We started the morning of Day 10 to heart-shaped traffic lights and Skyr, an Icelandic yogurt that has a texture in between American yogurt and Greek yogurt.   988 more words


Appalachian Trail Section 3: Fontana Village, NC to Hot Springs, NC

Since my last update from Fontana Village, we’ve traveled just over 100 miles through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the first true “trail town” on our journey, Hot Springs, North Carolina. 1,679 more words


Hot Springs, Arkansas - National Park

Sorry it has been a while since we posted.  At the beginning of our trip, we were in a rush to get out of the south.  361 more words