Amazing Aqua Adventures – 5 Places in the U.S. to Cool Off This Summer
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Amazing Aqua Adventures – 5 Places in the U.S. to Cool Off This Summer

The pool, lake and beach are great places to beat the sweltering summer heat. But, if you’re looking for an amazing aqua adventure here are five unique water experiences in stunning scenery from the West Coast to the East Coast in the United States. Swampy Boat Adventure in the SoutheastCypress Gardens is in Moncks Corner, … Continue reading

Swamp Boat Adventure at Cypress Gardens Near Charleston, South Carolina
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Swamp Boat Adventure at Cypress Gardens Near Charleston, South Carolina

While visiting my longtime friend Wendy and her family in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, we headed over to Cypress Gardens for an afternoon. The 170-acre preserve was heavily damaged in historic floods in 2015 and then Hurricane Matthew in 2016, but has since recovered. We explored the Butterfly House first. It’s a large greenhouse is … Continue reading

U.S. Islands You Should Visit
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U.S. Islands You Should Visit

You don’t have to jetset off to an exotic faraway destination for an island getaway. From the Keys in Florida to the San Juans in Washington, there are thousands of island in the United States for you to explore and enjoy. Here are four island getaways I shared in a segment during AMHQ on The … Continue reading

How to Spend an Hour at Scotts Bluff National Monument
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How to Spend an Hour at Scotts Bluff National Monument

From a distance Scotts Bluff National Monument is impressive. It towers above the surrounding plains and is 800 feet above the North Platte River. The enormous bluff has been a prairie pathway landmark for at least 10,000 years first for indigenous people and then for pioneers on the Oregon Trail during America’s westward expansion. The … Continue reading

Yellowstone National Park’s Season of Snow and Steam – Why You Should Visit Cody Yellowstone in Winter
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Yellowstone National Park’s Season of Snow and Steam – Why You Should Visit Cody Yellowstone in Winter

Yellowstone National Park is the second most visited national park in the United States. Over four million people a year visit it, with 4.8 million visiting in 2021. Most of those visitors go in summer or early fall. Only 5% of visitors go in winter. As I rode in on a snow machine I quickly … Continue reading