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Winter in Colorado Holiday Celebrations Across the United States - The United States is often referred to as the great “American melting pot” and the influence of the country’s various cultures is never more on display than during holiday celebrations. From Alaska to New York, here is a taste of how the holidays are marked...
Baxter State Park Thanksgiving Recipes from Top American Chefs - In the world of travel, food is a wonderful way to connect with a place, and more importantly, with people. The United States is host to a great blend of cultures and every region boasts their own culinary specialties. This Thanksgiving, we reached out to...
Death Valley Best Places in the USA to Visit in November - The month of Thanksgiving, November is a time of harvest, cooler temperatures and less crowds in many parts of the U.S. In some places, leaves are still brilliantly colored through early November contributing to a cozy fall atmosphere. Mendocino in November Mendocino is the lesser-known...
Capitol Reef National Park Low Impact Alternatives to the Most Visited National Parks - In the past year, national parks have seen an unprecedented boom of visitors as Americans search to reconnect with nature during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to issues like infrastructure limitations, some parks enacted entry restrictions to ensure the quality of visitor experience remained up to...
Michelin Guide to California Michelin-Starred Restaurants in California – The New 2021 Guide - Breathtaking coastlines, world-class wineries, and some of the oldest National Parks in the world should put California high on the destination list of all savvy travelers. From the glaciated Sierras to the salt-cracked pans of Death Valley, the natural diversity of the state is staggering....
Marmot Society - Ambrose 7 Giant Sequoia Trees Are In Danger: Here’s Why - Giant sequoia trees are known survivors. Some even call them “forever” trees. Typically living up to 3,000 years, the iconic behemoths withstand countless fires, drought and snowstorms as the centuries trickle by. However, today’s giant sequoias face dangers that threaten their survival in alarming new...

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