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Re: May 11, 2016: Shoshone Falls – Niagara of the West

DrFumblefinger ·
I love Shoshone Falls! Thanks for sharing this with us.
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Re: May 11, 2016: Shoshone Falls – Niagara of the West

Samantha ·
You are very welcome. We had never been to Idaho, and Twin Falls is now one of my favorite cities. Such a gorgeous state. Glad you enjoyed my post
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Re: May 11, 2016: Shoshone Falls – Niagara of the West

Samantha ·
Glad you enjoyed my post. I really did fall in love with Twin Falls. Can't wait to visit again one day.
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Re: Twin Falls, Yoho National Park

Marilyn Jones ·
Your photos are glorious!! I really enjoyed this post abut Twin Falls in Yoho National Park!!
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Re: Yellowstone HQ, Mammoth Hot Springs

PortMoresby ·
I guess "spunk" is one way of seeing it. I suspect for the Park Service he's more huge pain in the butt. I'm surprised they haven't deported him, could maybe drive him to Banff in the dead of night.
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Re: Manhattan from the Other Shore

IslandMan ·
excellent article and collection of pictures, PH. The Manhattan skyline is always fascinating to look at and the history of it is equally interesting
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Berlin's Brandenburg International Airport Delayed Again

Travel Rob ·
Berlin's new airport, Brandenburg International Airport (BER), was supposed to open in 2011. It's opening has been delayed several times and officials are now saying flights won't happen until the second half of 2017. It's become an embarrassment and...
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June 28, 2017: Balanced Rock - Twin Falls, Idaho

Samantha ·
Samantha visits this precarious landmark, 48 feet high and balancing on a skinny base.
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Craters Of The Moon National Monument, Arco, Idaho

Samantha ·
Samantha and her husband had a great time exploring Craters of the Moon National Monument until the rains came.
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Gasoline Alley: Rides from 1931 - 1945

DrFumblefinger ·
Our visit to Gasoline Alley in Calgary continues.  We've previously looked at the museum's collection of  antique gasoline pumps ,  vehicles from 1907 - 1917 and 1918 - 1928 .  We continue with the last of the vehicles, my...
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Twin Falls, Yoho National Park

DrFumblefinger ·
    (Twin Falls, Yoho NP)   In a region of dramatic scenery and jaw-dropping beauty, the Yoho Valley more than holds its own.  Situated in Canada's Rocky Mountains, it's one of the most amazing places I've ever visited.   The...
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Big change ahead for American's AAdvantage?

PHeymont ·
AAdvantage as we know it: Taking off, or flying away?   Over the past two years, most U.S. airlines, including Delta and United, have shifted their frequent-flyer loyalty programs from points-per-mile-flown to points-per-dollar-spent. American,...
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Denver airport snuffs out its last butt

PHeymont ·
With the end of its last smoking lounge, Denver leaves only four major U.S. airports with smoking areas.
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January 5, 2018: A Winter Hike in North Yorkshire.

Ian Cook ·
Ian Cook shares images of a pleasant -- albeit it chilly -- hike in the winter wonderland of North Yorkshire!
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Manhattan from the Other Shore

PHeymont ·
Manhattan's skyline is constantly, although the changes are not always instantly obvious, at least not so much as the change between the city's days as a port where the ships lined the shore and the growth of huge buildings clustered together in their...
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Gold Country, California: The Great Republic of Rough & Ready

PortMoresby ·
  “Do you live around here?”  The question came from a guy emerging from the Fippin Blacksmith Shop, while I was admiring a very pretty motorcycle parked in front.  I was pleased he got it right, guessing that even locals...
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Salt River Tubing -- Mesa, Arizona

Marga @TheSpicySpatula ·
    Anyone who lives on the West Coast is only a few hours from a tubing experience so fun and so affordable, you’ll want to make weekly trips!  I’m talking about Salt River Tubing, located in Mesa, Arizona.  My husband...
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Silent Skies in Tuscany, Italy

Kirsten Hines ·
Celebrating Nature on 7 Continents: Europe, part 1. Kirsten Hines nature series moves from Australia to Europe, where we consider a world without songbirds.
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Most frequent flyer hits 21 million miles

PHeymont ·
A man with 21 million miles of flights, and no interest in keeping his feet on the ground.
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Be sure to stop at Twin Falls, Idaho

DrFumblefinger ·
Most travelers seem in a big hurry to complete their drive on the I-84 freeway, through the lava fields of the Snake River Plain.  Their destinations are often Boise to the north, Yellowstone National Park to the east, or Salt Lake City to...
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April 13, 2016: Centennial Waterfront Park - Twin Falls, Idaho

Samantha ·
Samantha reports on Twin Falls, Idaho's waterfront park, popular with visitors and residents for picnics, boating, hiking and more.
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National September 11 Memorial - New York City, NY

Samantha ·
Samantha visits the memorial in New York where the Twin Towers stood, and talks with other visitors about their memories of that day.
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May 11, 2016: Shoshone Falls – Niagara of the West

Samantha ·
On the Snake River, near Twin Falls, Shoshone is actually higher and wider than Niagara, and may make better viewing without all the attractions.
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July 30, 2018: Twin Harbors Lighthouse

DrFumblefinger ·
The oldest functioning lighthouse in the state of Minnesota, the light house still helps guide iron ore ships into Twin Harbors.
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Re: National September 11 Memorial - New York City, NY

Travel Rob ·
Thanks Samantha. It really is a moving memorial. I went shortly after it was opened and it really does have lots of places to reflect.
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Re: National September 11 Memorial - New York City, NY

DrFumblefinger ·
It would be a moving memorial, and you've share it very nicely, here, thanks. The last time I was in New York the Memorial was almost (but not completely) finished, so we couldn't see it. Guess I have (yet another) excuse to return to the Big Apple.
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Re: Burano: A Venetian Treasure

George G. ·
Absolutely gorgeous photos ! I could kick myself in the butt for not getting to Burano or Murano after being in Venice at least four times. Thanks for the fantastic colorful photos.
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Re: Burano: A Venetian Treasure

Marilyn Jones ·
Thank you George!! When you go back the next time, I'm sure you'll get there!!
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Re: Silent Skies in Tuscany, Italy

DrFumblefinger ·
With all the wonderful food Tuscany has to offer, one has to wonder what's the point of serving sparrow's butt. Great contemplative piece, Kirsten, thanks!
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Peak to Peak Highway, Colorado

Samantha ·
Samantha, husband, and their dog Dolly did the Peak the Peak Highway in Colorado and share some of the beautiful fall scenery they saw while driving around.
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Re: Peak to Peak Highway, Colorado

DrFumblefinger ·
Fall in Colorado is magical! Thanks for these!!
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LaGuardia: more's new than the glitz!

PHeymont ·
The new terminals at LaGuardia are bright, shiny and spacious—and backstage, they sport some of the newest and most-automated baggage systems.
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Re: Peak to Peak Highway, Colorado

Travel Rob ·
Will be on my list for a future road trip! Thanks!
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Tempe Diablo Stadium - Angels Spring Training Field

Samantha ·
Since 1993 the Angels have played their spring training games at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Samantha was lucky enough to catch a game there last year.
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Pagosa Springs Resort and Spa - My Embarrassing Story

Samantha ·
Samantha visits a Colorado spa where she had a great time except for one little incident...
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New York's 21st Century LaGuardia

PHeymont ·
New York's step-child airport has turned into Cinderella ready for the future, but PHeymont isn't over his nostalgia for 'the way it was.'
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Sweden trains crows to pick up butts

PHeymont ·
Cigarette butt collection is being outsourced to a murder of crows in a Swedish experiment.
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