This is the perfect geological mix of deep valleys, sky-high peaks, and untamed forests filled with wildlife. This is where the Grand Teton Park lies, offering plenty of exploring and educational opportunities for families. Everything in Jackson Hole makes you feel like a small, vulnerable, and fortunate mammal. Mother Nature reigns supreme, with all her beauty and diversity on full display.
Okay, lets never assume that anyone has seen and done all there is to do at the Grand Canyon in one lifetime. Hypothetically, if you could find someone who has, you must ask them if they’re bored of going, and if their answer is anything besides “no” then you better walk away slowly. Needless to say, every road trip should include The Grand Canyon if there is any small chance of ever passing by within a safe driving distance.
This popular spring and summer break hangout was created au natural and has always drawn a lot of attention due to its refreshing and fun waterfall that dropped down an impressive fifty feet from above. Even if you don’t seek a wild and crazy diving opportunity, there are plenty of reasons to chill around the reserve. Grab a bite to eat and soak up some rays, it’s fun just watching people jump.
We head up north on our road trip of America to visit the proud and historic town of Cape Elizabeth where we find an iconic lighthouse that overlooks the jagged shores and crisp blue waves. The stark contrast of the light pink lighthouse and the blue ocean is a picture that must be seen to be believed.
Another valley on our trip, because they are awesome and easy to access, why not visit them all? This is one valley that is monumental, to say the least. Its layers of hot colors give definition to monumental cliffs and caverns that tell a history of when America was being carved by wind and water.
The culturally diverse country of the United States can best be viewed through its varied architecture – from the innovating to the modern, from the traditional to the eclectic, the country is home to beautiful and breathtaking architecture. The saying...