74 H Cozy Day Pisgah National Forest

Pisgah National Forest “The Pisgah National Forest was established in 1916, one of the first national forests in the eastern United States. The new preserve included approximately 86,700 acres that had been part of the Biltmore Estate, but were sold to the federal government in 1914 by Edith Vanderbilt. Some of the forest tracts were among…

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64 F Rock Death Horse Point State Park

“Dead Horse Point State Park is a state park of Utah in the United States, featuring a dramatic overlook of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park. The park covers 5,362 acres of high desert at an altitude of 5,900 feet.” Text courtesy of Wikipedia UT-NP70-001

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69 G Golden Fall @Cardinal Village Bishop

Cardinal Village Resort, Bishop CA offers 11 charming cabins nestled in the Eastern side of the Sierra National Forest. CA-NP69-001

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71 Chasing Fun I Convict Lake

“Mammoth Lakes is a town in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains. It’s known for the Mammoth Mountain and June Mountain ski areas and nearby trails. The town is a base for Devils Postpile National Monument, a formation of basalt columns, and the soaring Rainbow Falls. To the north, saltwater Mono Lake is dotted with limestone towers.…

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70 Bodie Ghost Town H Bodie State Historick Park

Bodie Ghost Town in Bodie State Historic Park where a small part of the town survives, preserved in a state of “arrested decay.” Interiors remain as they were left and stocked with goods. Designated as a National Historic Site and a State Historic Park in 1962, the remains of Bodie are being preserved in a state…

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Zion National Park When we were walking on the trail of Riverside Walk in Zion National Park, it took us one hour to the entrance of “The Narrows”. The high mountains blocked out the sunshine when we walked on the trail. The color changed so differently. Well, I cannot forget this picture when I arrived…

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Yosemite National Park Yosemite Falls is one of the tallest waterfalls in North America. It is amazing how the stunning water and magnificent momentum is! However, the tall trees are so high to reach the heaven, as if competing with the beauty of waterfalls. Walking in the sideway, taking a deep breath, and enjoying these…

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Yellowstone National Park It was rainy day when I visited Yellowstone National Park. However, I still went to visit Artist Point to see this scenery and then I was so shocked by the momentum! When I painted this artwork in tears, as if I was so weak in the presence of God who created heaven…

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Hope to Visit Soon IMAGE Courtesy of Wiki Commons Alaska Artwork WRANGELL – ST. ELIAS America’s largest national park. I know, I was surprised to hear that as well, but at over 13 million acres (roughly the size of Yellowstone, Yosemite and Switzerland!) it is the undisputed leader. Located east of Anchorage (4-5 hours by…

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Hope to Visit Soon IMAGE Courtesy of Wiki Commons South Dakota Artwork WIND CAVE After the Badlands, we continued on to the west and arrived at our next national park: Wind Cave. To say that we were pleasantly surprised by this stop would be an understatement. Again, we didn’t know a great deal about what…

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