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The Bavarian King Ludwig II bought the ruine of the Fortress Falkenstein with the purpose to build here his fourth fairy tale castle (another 3 ones are the…

A pathway through a forest is similar to opening a good book. As you move along the path new vistas open up, hidden places are found. And, there's the…

Next up in my long list of local hot spots is the Purton Ships Graveyard which lies between the Sharpness canal and the River Severn. 86 boats were beached here…

Shelly and I have done a bunch of drives, hikes, snow shoeing, and cross country skiing in the last three months. I can't believe I haven't posted in that long…

For many, being able to travel to any place in the world at any time was taken for granted. 2020 showed us once again that nothing can be taken for granted.…

Gold Bar also called Jeep Arch is located a short drive from Moab, Utah. From the parking area, the trail crosses under the railroad tracks using a large…

Rare walks and hikes with the rain and cold, although Virginia do wasn't get much snow. The cold is hard to negotiate with a below to above freezing swing of 30…

Another beautiful day in Arizona; perfect weather for a hike! A lizard getting some sun. A view of the city. The perfect saguaro.

Pathways always catch my attention. I think it's the promise of discovery, a new place, a secret location. I am drawn to searching out that ideal that never…

Nestled in the Taf Fechan valley lies a fascinating structure which is currently being preserved to help supply future generations with water, this structure is…

After our journey through the small towns of the foothills of the Blue Mountains we arrived at Cottonwood Canyon State Park. As I said, it's the newest of the…
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