PortMoresby spends her last night in Yellowstone National Park at the historic headquarters in Mammoth Hot Springs and meets the famous elk "Touchdown".
PortMoresby begins her geothermal education with a walk around Yellowstone’s Upper Geyser Basin.
PortMoresby sets out on a closer-to-home-than-usual trip of a lifetime, a first visit to Yellowstone National Park, with her Montana-born pal, Deb, as guide.
Canada's 150th anniversary this year comes with a tourism boom, free admission to National Parks, and a guide to lesser-known beauties.
Crystal Cove State Park is a fine example of why people fall in love with California...Sand, Sun, and Surf.
In one of Santiago, Chile's most popular parks, this 1925 funicular leads to the top—and to a false impression that it's much, much older!
Jonathan L takes a winter walk in one of his favorite New York City parks and shows us why the bad weather can be a good time for a stroll.
The Plaza de Armas in Santiago, Chile, has been the heart of the city for nearly 500 years, and today is a popular place for many kinds of activities.
SeeSaw takes us to a Cuban park that's not only beautiful for people; it's super-popular with the birds!
Balboa Park's Prado, heritage of two world exhibitions, is PHeymont's favorite part of the park, with its museums and lavish architecture.
At the New York Botanical Gardens, Jonathan L explores an exhibit focused on Japanese techniques for growing and training chrysanthemums.
Once the mainline for trains crossing the Ohio River, this 1895 truss bridge is now for pedestrians and cyclists, including Jonathan L.
Cerro Santa Lucia juts up 200 feet from the nearly-flat city around it, giving this Santiago Park a mystery and history all its own.