Death Valley National Park is one of the best parks! It’s much more than just desolate, hot landscape. Besides large valleys and tall mountains, it has colorful hillsides, sand dunes, Badlands like formations, a “castle”, a crater, and mines. Read on to see moreRead more
This is part 2 of a two part post on Yosemite National Park. Click here for Part One Beat the Rush at Bridalveil Falls We knew there would be lot of people in the park the next day. Since we did not stay in the park, we got an early[…]Read more
The dark clouds are above us as we approached the Mammoth Cave visitor center. The threat of rain is hovering over us but fear not – Most of this park is indoors, and naturally air-conditioned!
Fortunately, we did our research ahead and booked the tour before we got there. Nearly all tours were booked for the morning with only a few left in the afternoon. While it was a warm summer day, most visitors carried a sweatshirt with them. It will be important in a few minutes.Read more