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Big Bend National Park: A Study in Contrasts
This past weekend, my go-to camping buddy over at Ardent Camper and I decided to kick off National Parks Week with a visit to one of the least frequented parks in the United States: ...
The dig on paleontology digs in the United States: The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis fulfills every science-oriented child's dream. To go on a paleontology dig and then have your find deposited, carefully and with purpose, back into a scientific repository where ...
An Indoor Adventure: Rock Climbing
Some people meditate to clear their mind. Others practice yoga, play an instrument, or go on walks. Me? I climb. Just hanging out. For three years now, I have been ...
The dig on paleontology digs in the United States: Sternberg Museum of Natural History
Fort Hays State University's Sternberg Museum of Natural History was once underwater. A long time ago. About 100 million years ago. Within a span of time when much of North America was ...
Exploring The Red Sea In Hurghada
Today's post was written by Jason Briggs, from TravelWithBriggsy.  Image (c) Creative Commons Hurghada is a popular place for travelers because of its location on the coast of ...
Rocky Mountain National Park Photo Journey
Loch Vale, Rocky Mountain National Park It's no secret that the Rocky Mountains are a beautiful place. Both Tara and I rank it high on our favorite ...
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