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Park Beat IX – Craters of the Moon National Monument

Have you ever imagined what it would be like walking on the moon? In 1969, a group of astronauts visited Craters of the Moon National Monument to study the volcanic geology of the area and soon became the second group to walk on the real moon. Today, people come from all over to discover...

Park Beat VIII – Zion National Park – The Narrows

  A lot of the time the best view is from the top, but sometimes it’s fun to explore a place by looking up rather than down. Anyone that decides to visit Zion National Park will find an array of hiking trails, camping spots and canyoneering options to choose from, but one of the most...

Lasting Impressions of Washington D.C.

Everytime I travel to a new place, I usually walk away either thinking, “That was cool. I’m glad I went there,” or “When do I get to go back?” Rarely, do I visit a place that I simply disregard altogether. It’s also hard to predict which place will leave a lasting impression. It’s...

Park Beat VII – Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park may not be the first national park people think of to visit, but at the very least, it’s often a supplementary day trip from Yellowstone. Even without Yellowstone neighboring it to the north, the grandeur of Teton’s towering jagged peaks can compete with...

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