Rhyolite Nevada is quite different from what you picture as a typical western-theme ghost town. Only 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas near Death Valley National Park, Rhyolite National Historic Townsite begs you to come explore its’ crumbled ruins. You’ll learn about it’s short-lived history and why it’s one of the most peculiar desert ghost towns in America.
California, known as the land of milk and honey, has a place that’s not so sweet. From a distance, the Salton Sea looks like any beautiful body of water with gorgeous white beaches. However, once you get up close and personal, Salton Sea Beach tells a very different story of grotesque death and despair!
Americans will never forget the tragedy of September 11, 2001. During the attacks on the United States, terrorists overcame the crew of Flight 77; thus attacking the military defense hub of the United States and killing 184. Now, decades post 9/11, Americans and foreign visitors go to Washington D.C. to remember and honor heroes at the National Pentagon 9/11 Memorial. But this isn’t just any stone memorial. There’s an impressive explanation and reason for the Pentagon Memorial’s design.
Just outside of Las Vegas stands the monstrous Hoover Dam! Built during the Great Depression, Hoover Dam draws visitors from all over the globe to witness this modern marvel. These Hoover Dam tour tips will help make your visit full of wonder and a memorable adventure.
If you plan to visit The Alamo in San Antonio, there’s lots of things to do and see. But, there’s also important things to know before you go tour the iconic historic Texas landmark. Visiting the Alamo will help visitors understand why Texans are so deeply enriched in their culture and Texas pride.
If you’re looking for the best places in New England to see the Fall foliage, look no further! Autumn in New England never disappoints as this is the perfect time to visit when the Northeast beams with a broad spectrum of warm colors! It’s no wonder New England reigns as the top place to visit in the Fall; all because of the leaves changing colors in sweater weather!
There’s something really odd going on near Big Bend National Park in the ghost town of Terlingua Texas!! The once thriving mercury mining town has reincarnated itself. What used to be a whispering ghost town transformed itself into a lively outdoor ruins museum full of mystery, wonder and quirky lore. But, aside from being a ghost town, there’s plenty of other things to do in Terlingua Texas!
For those who think that the full-time RV lifestyle is a perpetual vacation living in the lap of luxury, let’s just say, that’s a big fat lie! There are challenges you better be ready for. If you don’t believe me, you’ll want to read about the day we almost quit RVing after driving our own highway to hell.
If you love to explore caves and are going to be visiting San Antonio, Texas, you’ll want to visit the Natural Bridge Caverns! It’s the perfect way to spend a hot summer day with your family in the cool cave!
In Deadwood, South Dakota, there’s a little known attraction called Tatanka: The Story of the American Bison. Founded by Kevin Costner, this educational monarch was created to bring awareness to its’ visitors regarding the real reasons that led to the unimaginable close-to-extinction of the Bison. Continue reading “Tatanka: Story of the American Bison – South Dakota”