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Once called the Route of Emperors and Kings it has been used for millennia as a water highway across Eastern Europe. In May of 2011, we had an opportunity to travel along the Danube River tracing back Elizabeth’s family history. In the early 1800’s, her German ancestors immigrated to Russia, along the Danube. For us […]

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Off the coast of Ambergris Caye, near the Blue Hole of Belize, is the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley. This turquoise water is home to the 2nd largest barrier reef in the world. While on our honeymoon in 2007, my wife and I decided to snorkel the reef. I learned a lot […]

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The birthplace of grunge, home to drizzle, green hills and the fastest growing major US city, Seattle is a city of many faces. It hosts breathtaking views like Puget Sound and Mt Rainer plus is home to some of the hippest restaurants in America. A few years ago my wife and I took a few […]

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Southern Utah is riddled with incredible red rock formations. The color of this amazing terrain was formed by oxidized iron. Just outside of St. George there are ancient Puebloan rock art located in the red rock cliffs.

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Tucked into the foothills and crest lines of the Sierra Nevada Mountains is Sequoia National Park. Home to giant Sequoia trees, beautiful meadows, and breathtaking vistas the land was incorporated into a National Park in 1890. But man had already done its damage cutting down hundreds, if not thousands, of giant Sequoia trees for logging. […]

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Between Flagstaff, Arizona and Albuquerque, New Mexico lies the badlands of the four corners states. Most think of it as 1,000 miles of desert, but if you’re up for a short drive off I-40, you will be well paid with the vistas of colors and cords of petrified wood at the Petrified Forest National Park […]

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