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Tag Archives: Sightseeing
Some friends and I were in Lander WY with an afternoon free before beginning a trip in the Wind River Range so we visited Sinks Canyon State Park. The main feature here is a large canyon where the Middle Fork … Continue reading
The largest known cave system in the world. It’s pretty big. One might even say it’s mammoth, and it was kinda on my way home from Virginia so I figured I had to stop at Mammoth Cave in Kentucky.
I planned one stop on the way back from Virginia but added two more. The first was New River Gorge National River – a 72,000 acre national park that encompasses 53 miles of the New River. The area is chock-full … Continue reading
2100 miles, 9 days, 6 states, 527 photos; summer vacation is over. I began by driving east on I-40 and then up I-81 to an area northeast of Roanoke in central Virginia – a route that offered almost all new … Continue reading