The Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts, just south of the White Mountains of New Hampshire, are part of the Appalachian range … Continue reading Bash Bish; is that a castle?
Cathedral Ledge, Echo Lake, Thompson Falls and the Basin are some of the short hiking trails in the White Mountains … Continue reading Waterfalls, Trains and Pollyanna
Hot Springs is both a city and a National Park in Arkansas. The town is bustling with tourists visiting the … Continue reading Visiting Springs In Spring
Tallulah Gorge State Park is in northeastern Georgia and has a two mile long, 1,000 foot-deep gorge filled with five … Continue reading GORGEous Georgia with some moonshine
Just on the outskirts of Chattanooga, Tennessee is Lookout Mountain. Due to a driving rainstorm, we opted to visit Ruby … Continue reading Double the fun: a cave and a waterfall
The bright sun and the heat of July have made it to the Northwest. Fortunately, there is virtually no humidity … Continue reading Looping in Yellowstone on the way to Cody, Wyoming
Kalispell is just short of an hour out of Glacier National Park in western Montana. It has a small historic … Continue reading Kalispell to Spokane: Three States of mind
Glacier National Park is filled with magnificent views from the moment you enter.There are hikes for all levels, boat rides … Continue reading Glacier National Park is the crown of the continent
According to the U.S. Board of Geographic Names, there are at least one hundred named mountain ranges in Montana. Our … Continue reading Yes, Montana is filled with mountains and so much more.
The hype is worthy; Yellowstone is an incredible place to see. This first of the US National Parks is a … Continue reading Yellowstone: King of all Parks