Kate Swavely the Travel Scout visits Petrified Forest National Park in Holbrook, AZ. Home of the brilliant rainbow tree fossils.
Kolob Terrace road cuts behind Zion National Park. As you drive through the winding roads and grassy plateaus you gain about three thousand feet in fifteen minutes. At the bottom the temperature is in the 80's - hot - as you are in a desert. I finally had to stop just before the summit because my Ford... Continue Reading →
This previous weekend I found myself back home in Pennsylvania. Live history at the Gettysburg National Battlefield! Check out my pictures and tips!
To Some I Have Talked With By the Fire
Quicksand is a mass of sand, clay, and dirt that is porous enough that water becomes trapped forming thick liquid muck. When one thinks of quicksand I bet you can visualize Indiana Jones being swallowed up instantly by a pit of despair. While there is some truth - it is unlikely for it to happen... Continue Reading →