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  • Follow That River Follow That River

    • From: Kruzer57
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      Scenic Highway 59 near Noel, Missouri

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  • Hard Hat Highway Hard Hat Highway

    • From: Kruzer57
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      Highway 59 near intersection of Highway 90 in the tiny little SW Missouri town of Noel

       

    • 4 months ago
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  • Butchart Gardens Butchart Gardens

    • From: gmaso
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      A view through the foliage in the Japanese Garden to Butchart Inlet. This opening is maintained by the gardeners but most people miss it. Once someone sees it, a line forms to look through and photograph it.

    • 8 months ago
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  • Planning Your Amazing Adventur Planning Your Amazing Adventure Holidays in Alaska

    • From: jamespattrick
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      Alaska is a vast state full of wilderness and potential adventures. From hiking to fishing to skiing, you are sure to find an adventure holiday that suits your needs and desires. Here are a few things to consider when planning an Alaskan holiday.

      Decide when to visit Alaska

      Alaska's peak tourist season runs from about the middle of May through mid-September. The long days and warm temperatures make this a great time to go camping, hiking, bird watching and general sightseeing.

      The flowers show up at the beginning of summer, so vacationers can enjoy nature in her full glory. Alaska's protected waters, rivers and lakes also offer you the great opportunity to go rafting or kayaking in a beautiful wilderness setting.

      Summer is also the season of higher prices, however, with July being the absolute worst when it comes to cost. If you plan to go to Alaska during the peak tourist season, be sure to book well in advance to ensure you have the necessary lodgings.

      The "shoulder seasons" occur in early May and late September through October. An increasing number of vacationers are taking
      Alaska holidays during these shoulder months to take advantage of mild weather, reduced crowds and discounts on activities and travels. The shoulder months are the perfect time to go boating and fishing.

      The Alaskan weather patterns typically change at some point between late August and the middle of September. Frequent rainstorms and cooler weather cause the foliage to turn vivid, bright colors. It's also a great time to view the wild animals in their natural habitat.

      Winter runs from November through April and contrary to what many people believe, Alaska isn't dark and inaccessible and the people don't hibernate. While daylight isn't as abundant as in the summer months, many parts of the large state still enjoy 6 to 12 hours of sunlight every day.

      Alaska offers plenty of cold weather activities for snow lovers to enjoy. More sporty types might enjoy trying their hands at snowmobiling, snowboarding, downhill skiing, dog sledding, and ice skating or curling.

      Fishermen might like to try ice fishing for king salmon or rainbow trout, both of which are commonly caught in the winter months. You can spend the long evenings at a cultural festival, viewing the Northern Lights or cuddling with that special someone in front of a fireplace.

      Set your trip itinerary

      some of the more popular tourist destinations include Denali National Park, Kenai Fjords National Park and Mount McKinley, the highest mountain peak in North America. It's also worth taking a driving tour of the picturesque coastal towns and taking a short day cruise to view aquatic wildlife at its very best.

      Another option is to choose a travel package offered by a reputable adventure vacation company. For example, Grand American Adventures offers several popular Alaskan tour packages. Sign up for one of these and you'll get to enjoy 8 to 21 days of unique adventures, private transportation and the advice of a professional tour leader.

      Alaska is teeming with the opportunities to enjoy outdoor adventures. From water activities to winter sports, you'll find activities that suit your style in America's 49th state.

      Author’s Bio: James Pattrick is known for writing informative articles on Tavel Guide and Home Security Equipment related issues. He writes for HomeAlarmMonitoring.org also.You can catch him on Google+,Facebook And Twitter.

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    • 2 years ago
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  • Boston Color Boston Color

    • From: Linda Brannen
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      Beautiful colors on recent trip to Boston.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Spectacular Fall Colors Spectacular Fall Colors

    • From: jaylemae
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      Spectacular fall foliage is mostly found in the eastcoast, from Vermont to Massachusetts and others in between.  On a road trip last year, we witnessed autumn first hand---it's one of the most beautiful seasons!

    • 2 years ago
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  • Vermont Harvest Vermont Harvest

    • From: woobiecat1
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      Harvesting corn in Addison County, Vermont.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Foliage Freight Train Foliage Freight Train

    • From: dbrown1793
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      I took this photo from my little Cessna 152 from about 1500' above  the main railroad line that crosses over the Connecticut River in Montague, Massachusetts. It was peak foliage and the sunset light was perfect illumination.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Old Stone Bridge Old Stone Bridge

    • From: dbrown1793
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      This lovely railroad bridge spanning the Fall River in Bernardston, Massachusetts is still well traveled by freight trains rumbling north and south. Bernardston forms the northernmost edge of the picturesque Pioneer Valley and borders southern Vermont. The autumn foliage is one reason we choose to live here. Generations of kids have played on this bridge, safely we hope!

    • 2 years ago
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  • Aspen Bouquet Aspen Bouquet

    • From: mmiwig
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      Pic taken on Sandia Crest just East of Albuquerque, NM  in Oct. 2011.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Glasgow's River Clyde Glasgow's River Clyde

    • From: shelly1956
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      Besides the picturesque bridges over the River Clyde, the October foliage makes for uncommon photos.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Cool Garden Metal Art At Crowl Cool Garden Metal Art At Crowley's Nursery In Sarasota Florida

    • From: trailviewmount
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      I love this garden art piece. Very original. Photographed at Crowley's Nursery in Sarasota Florida.

    • 2 years ago
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  • Cherry Blossoms, College Park Cherry Blossoms, College Park

    • From: bearddenver
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      Spring blooms in Atlanta's beautiful historic College Park neighborhood.

    • 2 years ago
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  • green green

    • From: chefl2
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      trees over Detroit Lake Oregon

    • 2 years ago
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  • Bittersweet Snow Bittersweet Snow

    • From: woobiecat1
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      A recent snowstorm in Middlebury, Vermont, covered the bittersweet vines with a dusting of wet snow.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Mt. Mansfield, Stowe Vermont Mt. Mansfield, Stowe Vermont

    • From: nancyb926
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      Not yet peak foliage when I visited a friend in Vermont, but the scenery near Mt Mansfield was still impressive.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Fall on Sandia Crest, NM Fall on Sandia Crest, NM

    • From: mmiwig
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      Fall is at its peak on Sandia Crest , NM in early Oct. 2011 when Old Man Winter dumped 5 plus inches of snow to create this beautiful contrasting scene.

    • 3 years ago
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  • The Seasons are a Changing The Seasons are a Changing

    • From: mmiwig
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      An early 2011 October  snow fall on Sandia Crest, NM created this beautiful scene of an Aspen in its  Fall glory contrasting with snow.

    • 3 years ago
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  • Fall Paradise Fall Paradise

    • From: biglannie
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      Haddon Lake, Audubon, New Jersey

    • 3 years ago
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