Arches National Park Collected | 19 Pictures
If the whole world is a park then where can you walk?
When the paths less traveled diverge and end - do you stop there? Do you turn around?
Who cut those trails? Have you ever cut one?
We’ll run - not because we’re in a hurry but instead because that’s
This post is comprised of all the photos I took while traveling in the state of Washington during the summer of 2018. There are a number of pictures taken in the rural areas I drove through on the way to each of the National Parks in the state. This collection ended up with quite a few pictures. I’m
I think North Cascades National Park in Washington State is my favorite of the three located there. It is remote and the terrain is very different from the rest of the state. It is not set adjacent to a single mountain but in the mountains. As the name implies: water plays a central part in the feat
There are three National Parks in Washington State. Not surprising, given how big it is. There are all very different environments and I’m glad I had the chance to visit each of them last year to get a quick sense of what each is about. Olympic was the second park that I visited there last summer.
I passed through Colorado three times on driving trips in 2018. There is so much state left to see, it’s big. Despite about a dozen trips through the state in the last few years, there are still large sections that I haven’t visited yet.
I’ve spent perhaps too much time in the northeast quadrant of
Prior to October 2016, I had never visited Oregon. In fact, I had never made it to the West Coast and I consider that a personal deficiency. However, over the last few years, I’ve visited quite frequently including a stop during the eclipse on August 21st, 2017. I consider myself lucky to be amongst
This summer I drove through the Pacific Northwest again. It’s a beautiful area and I’m happy to have visited new places this time around. On my way to the coast I stopped at Mt. Rainier National Park for a day to see the sights and do some hiking up the mountain. This park is located in southwest Wa
The Tennessee State Capital Building gives me mixed feelings. On one hand the structure is wonderfully located in the downtown area of Nashville. The exterior is fairly traditional with some excellent sculptural works on the grounds. On top of the core of the Capital itself does not have a dome but
This summer during a trip into the upper Rocky Mountains region of the country, I was fortunate to again have the time to wander around the state of Wyoming. This post is a collection of the images and thoughts I had while traveling through the state.
The Grand Tetons National Park
The Tetons are
Kentucky’s capital is located in Frankfort, which is just about an hour southeast of Louisville. I camped north of town in mid-October when I visited for this collection of photos.
The gardens in front of the main entrance were still in bloom at the time of my visit. Autumn had desce
Visiting state capital buildings is a hobby of mine. I don’t know if I’ll ever see them all but I do make an effort to make my way to the ones I can. It was on the day that I went to South Dakota’s that I finished a long standing wish of mine to see all of the Lower 48 states of the US.
I’ll be sha