Mesa Verde National Park: Preserving the Works of Man

Mesa Verde National Park is like traveling back in time. Way back in time. It’s simultaneously a history lesson and an outdoor, hiking adventure for people of all ages and fitness levels. What makes it unique? The shockingly well preserved (and restored) cliff dwellings were built by the Ancestral Pueblo people between AD 600 and 1300 when […]

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A Journey of Incredible Beauty: Trail of the Ancients

In earlier articles, A Journey Worth Taking: Trail of the Ancients and A Journey of Discovery: Trail of the Ancients, we introduced the Trail of the Ancients Scenic Byway. We began our journey of incredible beauty east of Monticello and traveled to Blanding, Natural Bridges National Monument, Moki Dugway, Valley of the Gods, Mexican Hat, […]

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How Kentucky Became the World’s Bourbon Capital

There’s no law mandating that bourbon must be produced in Kentucky, although it might seem that way given the state’s dominance in distilling the distinctive corn-based, barrel-aged whiskey. According to the Kentucky Distillers’ Association, the Bluegrass State produces and ages approximately 95 percent of the world’s bourbon whiskey. So is there something in Kentucky’s water […]

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Pet Product Industry Offers Wide Range Of Products For RVers & RV Parks

An increasing number of RVers travel with pets. Current surveys place the number at just over 60 percent. During the past two decades, RV parks and resorts have added numerous pet-friendly features. From simple and relatively inexpensive options such as dog waste stations to specialized dog agility areas and full-service dog wash stations, the pet-friendly […]

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Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest: Connecting People With Nature

Are you looking to connect with nature? Bernheim is the place to do it. With over 15,000 acres of land, there is an adventure waiting for everyone, no matter what your interest. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is a living legacy of philanthropist and visionary, Purchased by German immigrant Isaac W. Bernheim in 1929, the land […]

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A Journey of Discovery: Trail of the Ancients

In an earlier article, A Journey Worth Taking: Trail of the Ancients, we introduced the Trail of the Ancients Scenic Byway. We began our incredible journey of discovery east of Monticello and traveled to Blanding and Natural Bridges National Monument. The Trail of the Ancients circles through the ancient Puebloan (Anasazi) Country of southeastern Utah, providing […]

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