The view while walking up to the Yosemite Falls in Yosemite National Park.
One of my favorite places anywhere? Hiking amongst the redwood trees of John Muir National Monument.
It only takes about two hours to get from the hotels on the Las Vegas Strip to Death Valley National Park, a short and easy day trip from the craziness of Sin City. I stood atop Dante’s View with my friend, happy to have made the drive. We got a deal on a car rental […]
Walking through the John Muir National Monument.
I had a fantastic year of travel. It was probably one of the best ever for me. And with it came recognition as one of the best travel blogs of 2011 by Washington Flyer. To sum up my annual adventures in a single story is like writing about your own year, everything that has happened […]
It is no secret that I love the national parks of the United States. I make it a point to go to as many as I can each year, driving to most thanks to my parallel love of road trips. And after seeing so many impressive places through the years, I figured it was high […]
There is so much to see in Death Valley National Park that it is a wonder anyone would need a day trip out to see anything else. Yet, there are some sites that are worthy of distraction from the largest national park in the continental United States. Many heads would naturally turn to the east, […]
I stood at the edge of the Dantes View overlook soaking in one last moment at Death Valley National Park. The valley floor, covered in salt sediment, sprawled out before me from south to north; I was 5,475 feet above sea level. I wanted one last moment with the park, however fleeting, before I continued […]