Ralston, Pennsylvania

Ralston, PA is known locally as a good spot for cliff jumping and picnicking in the woods. If you do not live nearby, you probably have never heard of it. The town is a short distance away from Williamsport, home... Continue Reading →


Raymondskill Falls, Pennsylvania

Raymondskill Falls is one of many waterfalls along the Delaware Water Gap in Pennsylvania. While it is not the most popular, it is actually considered the tallest waterfall in PA because of its three tiers. Instead of joining the crowd... Continue Reading →

Denali National Park & Preserve, Alaska

When you think of Denali National Park & Preserve, you might think of dangerous wildlife or high mountain tops. The road that extends through the National Park is not always open to the public and one may only be able... Continue Reading →

Chena Hot Springs Resort, Fairbanks, Alaska

During our first full day in Fairbanks, we made the 45 minute drive from our hotel to the Chena Hot Springs Resort. While we didn't actually go in the hot springs, the resort offered various attractions such as the Aurora... Continue Reading →

Downtown Seattle, Washington

During our last day in Washington, we got a chance to spend a few hours in downtown Seattle. We spent a total of three days in Washington and somehow got lucky enough to have three straight days of beautiful weather.... Continue Reading →

Sol Duc Falls, Olympic National Park

We were able to make the drive from Hurricane Ridge to the parking area for Sol Duc Falls in about 45 minutes. This included time to admire the scenery along the way. The hike down to the falls is relatively... Continue Reading →

Olympic National Park, Washington State

Olympic National Park is located on the Olympic Peninsula in the state of Washington. When we were inside the park, we were joking with each other stating that it was the size of China because of how big and detailed the... Continue Reading →

Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

The Columbia River Gorge is a canyon of the Columbia River that stretches for over 80 miles. It is the only water connection between the Columbia River Plateau and the Pacific Ocean. The river flows westward through the Cascade Range... Continue Reading →

Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Washington

Hurricane Ridge offers stunning views of the North Cascades in Olympic National Park in Washington State. At the top viewpoint, the elevation reaches 5,242 ft. and you can even see into Canada. The best time to venture up Hurricane Ridge... Continue Reading →

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