The Phoenician may be known for its seven pools and magnificent spa in the shadow of Camelback Mountain, but it also has something special and unique to the desert landscape in its oasis, a desert garden where one can go to ...Read More
Three years ago, we did a hile on Scaly mountain on our vacation in North Carolina. The hike wasn’t that difficult, 1.5 miles to the top with a roundtrip of 3 miles. Before we started, I asked Tom if he was ...Read More
Caves have a unique beauty all their own. A secret world filled with unusual landscapes and architecture, a home for creepy night crawlers.
Driving up to the little trailer-size gift shop, you would never know that you were standing on top ...Read More
Banner Elk is smack dab in the center of mountainous country, beautiful, yes, but a lot of up and down, perfect for skiing in the winter and hiking in the summer. I researched different hikes in the area, and many ...Read More
I woke up early that first morning on the Riviera Maya, grabbed my camera, and headed out to explore the resort. My goal was to spot some wildlife before they hid for the rest of day to avoid crossing paths ...Read More
The largest spring on the St. John’s River, Blue Springs has played an important role throughout Florida history. A shipping stopping ground in the 1800s, today it’s a designated Manatee Refuge and family outdoor attraction. Blue Springs State Park covers ...Read More
Fall is such a wonderful time of year and especially in Central Park. Cozy carriage rides, storybook statues, and stunning vistas all make time standstill to truly enjoy nature.
Romantic rowboat on one of the many lakes
The temperature drops to a comfortable ...Read More