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My favorite fall foliage spots from Woodstock, VT. to Colorado

My favorite fall foliage spots from Woodstock, VT. to Colorado

I grew up in the Midwest, and although I love my adopted California home, Autumn is the season I miss the most.Here are my favorite fall foliage spots from Vermont to Colorado and beyond. This year my husband and I hiked, kayaked, walked through covered bridges and kicked dry leaves in Woodstock, Vermont.  The photos […]

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Yellowstone Country in Wyoming Boasts Lots of Low Budget or Free Experiences.

Yellowstone Country in Wyoming Boasts Lots of Low Budget or Free Experiences.

When we traveled on a family vacation to Yellowstone and onward to Cody, Wyoming we spotted bear along the road, caught fish in lakes, hiked, and  attended our first Western Rodeo with riders, ropers, bull riders and bronc busters from all over the country.  We discovered lots of free and moderately priced things to do.    […]

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Hooked on Hiking – Grand Teton National Park

Hooked on Hiking – Grand Teton National Park

Steel yourself for the jaw-dropping  stunning mountain scenery when you enter Grand Teton National Park. The granite mountains rise 7,000-feet from the valley at 6,200′ to over 13,700′ at the summit of the Grand Teton. After the scenery, the next best thing about Jackson Hole is easy access to hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, rafting, mountaineering […]

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Connecting with Nature in the Tetons of Wyoming

Connecting with Nature in the Tetons of Wyoming

Jackson, Wyoming is an Aspen-light mixture of hikers, cowboys, art galleries and families on vacation. The nine mile Wilson-Moose Road from Teton Village (ski resort), to the Grand Teton National Park Headquarters is a wildlife hot spot. The narrow road is lined with yellow and red wildflower-chocked meadows, Apsen groves and rushing mountain streams. Mama […]

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