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Kathleen Walls

Las Cruces: From Past to Present

Las Cruces is an interesting town to visit as it has a different vibe than most U.S. cities. The reason dates back to its early European beginnings. It became a Spanish territory in 1598, when Juan de Oñate claimed it for Spain. The fact that it was already the home of the Manso Native Americans didn’t matter. It was later claimed

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HeatherDL

I Found Some Sasquatch

At the City Park in North Bonneville, Washington, I spotted a family of five Big and Little Feet plus more little feet frolicking in the trees. You know that Bigfoot is another name for the elusive Sasquatch, right? There are actually more than 150 names for this mysterious hominid.

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BellaJ

Road Tripping to Olympic National Park with Kids!

Planning a 700-mile road trip with a 5-year old is a pretty daunting task. I wondered, “Will she scream the whole way home? Will she demand to play on her tablet the whole time? How often will she need to stop to pee?”  This past June, my husband and I dropped the German shepherds off

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Kathleen Walls

Tracking Georgia O’Keeffe

Few American artists have made as big an impression on the average American as Georgia O’Keeffe. She has been called the “Mother of American modernism.” Although her paintings of New York skyscrapers and huge flowers are well known, she is mostly remembered for her abstractions on beautiful landscapes, mostly in New Mexico. Several spots in New Mexico are beautiful memorials to her.

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Corey Dembeck

Cruise Seattle’s Lake Union with the Electric Boat Company

Seattle is a beautiful city. Surrounded on both sides by water and mountains, it’s a paradise for quick getaways—especially during summer. One great way to enjoy our backyard scenery that only takes a couple of hours is by renting a boat from the Electric Boat Company and cruising Lake Union. There is so much activity

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Kerry Williams

Chasing the Sun: From Melbourne to Cairns via the Road Less Traveled

Just as humpback whales migrate from Antarctica to warmer waters for the winter, many travelers in Australia choose to wave goodbye to the crisp, wet climates of the south and enjoy winter in the tropics, where bikinis and thongs are fashion staples year-round. You can reach the tropical paradise of Far North Queensland in an

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