Canyon de Chelly National Monument: People Still Live Here & I Can See Why

A comparatively little-known canyon, Canyon de Chelly (pronounced “de shay”) has sandstone walls rising up to 1,000 feet, scenic overlooks, well-preserved Anasazi ruins, and an insight into the present day life of the Navajo, who still inhabit and cultivate the valley floor. People have lived in the canyon for more than 5,000 years, archaeologists believe, making it […]

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6 Amazing National Historic Landmarks

The designation of 10 new national historic landmarks was recently announced by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis. The designation recognizes the properties as places that possess exceptional value and quality in illustrating or interpreting the heritage of the United States. This designation joins more than […]

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9 Reasons To Spend The Holidays In The Golden Isles

Whether you prefer traditional family get-togethers or unique Christmastime escapes, the Golden Isles of Georgia offers plenty of seasonal events, activities, and more to make your holiday memorable. Following are top nine reasons why you should visit the Golden Isles this season. Beat the Cold During winter, coastal breezes accompany gorgeous days with temperature highs […]

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National Parks Offer More Than Nature

National Parks date back to 1872, so it might seem a little unusual that they’re celebrating their centennial this year. It’s because the agency that manages the parks—the U.S. National Park Service—wasn’t created until 1916. So who gets credit for creating the national parks? Congress established Yellowstone National Park in 1872, and it was President […]

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