Final destination: Katmai National Park and Preserve, King Salmon, Alaska As I sit here in Anchorage, Alaska at the airport, I look around to see everyone greeting each other. It’s like everyone knows each other, its a pretty welcoming feeling. … Continue reading Colorado > Texas > Missouri > Michigan > …
Something that is really neat about the western part of the United States is the abundance of public land. The National Park Service, the Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and probably one or two more I’m forgetting. … Continue reading Like the First Explorers
If ever traveling through Coastal Virginia, Colonial National Historical Park and Parkway should hopefully be on your schedule! This weekend J and I visited Historic Yorktown and battlefield; the site of the last major battle of the American Revolutionary War. … Continue reading A Junior Ranger was on a Schooner with a Cannon
After a crazy and scary couple of weeks, I am very happy to say that I have accepted a job offer from Yellowstone National Park for this summer! I will be working in the Lake Village, Bridge Bay, and Fishing … Continue reading Where your family should Vacation this summer- Come Visit ME!
“The building of a museum is a never-ending work. A finished museum is a dead museum, and such a one must deteriorate and begin to lose usefulness from the time its growth stops.” If you ever find yourself heading through Raleigh, North Carolina I highly recommend spending some time at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences! Not only is the city great, but this building and its new wing the “Nature Research Center” is amazing!! The exhibits are all done so well, and even as an adult, you practically run from one thing to the next. They had short … Continue reading I became a little kid again: North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences