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Across the USA

Pops of color sprung up while strolling along the nature trail in West Virginia’s Kanawha State Forest.

A free shuttle from the Chiricahua Visitor Center provides hikers transportation to the top of the Echo Canyon Trailhead.  Sign-up is required prior to the 9:00 a.m. departure, so a little advanced planning is necessary…but you won’t regret it!  Once at the top, the 4.2 mile (mostly downhill) trail winds through spectacular rock formations, many of which seem to defy gravity.

White sands and warm waters off the coast of South Carolina.  This is no place for shoes!

We arrived from Montana via the North Entrance, spending just one beautiful spring day in Yellowstone.  The weather was perfect, the wildlife was plentiful and crowds were scarce.

It seemed as though we had landed on another planet.  We followed marked trails that led us through the eerie landscape, but visitors are allowed the freedom of wandering off the beaten path. Just be sure to take lots of water. The sun was brutal, even in early May.

Custer State Park in South Dakota is a must see for outdoor enthusiasts.  Explore the  hiking trails, relax at the lakes and safely view the wildlife scattered throughout the park.  Plan to spend several days…or more!

Touring the greenhouses at Gritt’s Midway Greenhouse in Charleston, West Virginia.

The azaleas are blooming and creating an explosion of color at the Biltmore Estate gardens.

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