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Visiting Yellowstone Park

Founded in 1872 after the Hayden expedition verified tales of its other-worldly wonders, Yellowstone is the great-grandaddy of all national parks.

Arizona’s White Mountains

If you think Arizona is all desert and high heat, drive or fly to the town of Show Low, then head for the tall pines.

Food for Olympians, Beijing Style

Intrigued by China’s recent economic changes, last year I began wondering, “How could a country grow so fast?” So to answer my question, I went to eat Chinese.

This Is Not a Tourist

A New York couple takes on Lightning in a Bottle and Santa Barbara wine country.

The Big South

It’s one of the great American drives. You set off on the two-lane ribbon of Highway 1 along the California coast, with mountains on one side and pounding surf far below on the other.

Kayaking Trips at Channel Islands National Park

My friend Craig and I were nearing the end of our paddling excursion through Channel Islands National Park: a circumnavigation of Santa Rosa Island, followed by an open ocean sprint through pea soup fog to Santa Cruz Island, and an exploration of the natural wonders on that island’s craggy front side.


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