Pictograph State Park is an area of significance because it contains three caves, Pictograph, Middle, and Ghost Caves, in which prehistoric hunters left rock ‘paintings’ on the walls inside them.The oldest rock art in the cave is thought to be over 2,000 years old, and the most recent additions are probably somewhere between 200 to 500 years old....
As you get back on the road to head out to the I-84 you will cross the Perrine Bridge. This amazing feat of engineering is the eighth highest bridge in the USA with a height of 486 feet above the Snake River.Visitors can choose to park on either the south or north side of the bridge to walk...
Starting The TrailThe trail starts off beside Pettit Lake and within 0.5 miles you will reach the junction to Alice and Toxaway Lake. You will stay on the trail to the right to get to Toxaway Lake.The trail begins to slowly climb for about a mile through an open hill and then dips and rises several times before...

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Big Bend National Park is 800,000 acres and contains habitats consisting of rivers, desert, and mountains. It encompasses the largest protected area of Chihuahuan Desert in the United States.Although this park has a very remote location, it is well worth the effort to get there and visitors will be rewarded with stunning natural beauty. People visit Big Bend...
Walla Walla is best known for being Washington’s wine region. How did the town get this reputation? Well, the area has some of the most fertile agricultural soil in the nation with a perfect growing climate for grapes. There are now over 120 wineries in Walla Walla so it’s not hard to imagine why wine lovers flock to...
Are you wondering whether it’s worth planning a trip to the Tri-Cities or whether there is anything to do out over on the east side? Well I’m here to tell you there is!While admittedly when we first moved here I found myself wondering where all the trees were and wasn’t sure how I felt about the desert landscape,...
The Oklahoma City National Memorial is the infamous location of the April 19, 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building which took 168 lives and changed the city’s history forever. At the time this was the worst terrorist attack to take place on American soil and not only destroyed the Federal Building but also damaged 300 nearby buildings.The...
Even though Walla Walla is most notable for being Washington state’s wine region, there are many more things to do in Walla Walla than just wine tasting. Yes, Walla Walla has the highest concentration of wineries in all of Washington state and people from all over the nation flock to this area for a weekend of vineyard and...
The St. Joan of Arc Chapel is a Roman Catholic chapel located on the campus of Marquette University in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. It was dedicated to St. Joan of Arc on 26th May 1966 after it had been moved from its previous location on Long Island in New York.Originally named "Chapelle de St. Martin de Seyssuel", the...
Fish fries are very common in the Midwest but it is an especially strong tradition in Wisconsin. The Friday night fish fry happens year-round at many non-chain restaurants and taverns across the state and typically involves beer battered cod, perch, bluegill or walleye. The tradition began because Wisconsin was settled heavily by Catholics of German, Polish, and other...

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