St. George, Utah is a beautiful and growing desert community. Right to the east of town is Sand Hollow State Park, a small park situated around Sand Hollow Reservoir. The town features a calming blue oasis in the desert surrounded by small dunes and red-orange sands. There's not much to the park, but it seems … Continue reading Places to Visit: Sand Hollow State Park, UT
New York, New York is the beating heart of America's economy. It's the most populous city in the country by far, and it's also one of the most culturally diverse. I think the Big Apple is a great place to visit because when you're walking those streets with skyscrapers as far as the eye can … Continue reading Places to Visit: New York City
I've been treating this "Travel" section of the site as if you always need to be out adventuring, but sometimes, you really just need a good vacation. A nice spot to sit around and rest for a few days. A beach. At least for me, few things are as relaxing as being near the water. … Continue reading Find Your Beach
It's 2018, and regardless of whether or not you believe that humanity is the cause of climate change, this is no denying that global warming is real. Earth is heating up. The poles are melting.
The United States is full of a number of beautiful environs and parks. For the purposes of this post, we'll be focusing on the Southeast.
It's common to go to a place intending to see the main attraction, but instead, you end up spending half your time and all your money in the surrounding area. I've seen it all over the US.
As someone who's been fortunate enough to travel all over the United States, I've visited numerous great American cities. I love many of them, but these 5 are, in my opinion, in a league of their own. Portland, Oregon The Rose City is truly a beautiful place. On all sides and even down the city … Continue reading My Top 5 Favorite Cities in America