Red Rock Canyon, Nevada, USA – it grows on the curious.

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Rate our ReviewsIn January, the long Canadian winter lit my travel bug and I jumped on a plane going to Vegas and the allure of the desert. My love affair with the dry, desert, wide-open areas started five years ago when I first introduced myself to Nevada and Utah. The trip was a short get-away […]

Charlottesville, Virginia –The fellow from Monticello

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Rate our ReviewsI may have spoken too soon.  The prior segment of this series dwelled upon how scratching the surface of almost any historical figure reveals them to be hopelessly human.  Monticello, located in Charlottesville, Virginia,  is likely the best known presidential home in America, with its architect and main inhabitant, Thomas Jefferson, likely the […]

Xenia, OH: Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers, Monumental Task Part II 

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Rate our ReviewsXenia, OH….Travel continues to surprise me.  I began my ‘monumental task’ of pursuing the USA’s National Monuments by stating an expectation of discovering interesting things nearby.  Of course travel would immediately humble me with a reminder that ‘nearby’ is a two way street.  There is one National Monument in my home state of Ohio, the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument.  Located in Xenia, […]

Tacoma, Washingto- the LeMay is America’s car museum

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Rate our ReviewsI have a confession to make. Cars were never my cup of tea. If you asked me about how many litres were consumed, how many valves, how much horsepower, how many gears etc about my car you will be answered with a blank smiling face. My face is saying “err, mmm, uh…well, I […]

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada – Fishes in the Air

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Rate our Reviews“Mommy, look,a flying fish” a young boy excitedly shouted, as a helicopter took off on its journey over the Niagara. ” I wish I could ride it” he further added. This set me looking up into the sky, following the colourful helicopter slicing through the air as if it were swimming in the […]