We are visiting our daughter’ family in Wichita, Kansas vis Saint Louis, Missouri. Naturally, we toured Gateway Arch and also took a brief river cruise on Mississippi River. Here are some pictures of Arch taken from the land and also from the water.
We were “on the road again” last week as country mucis singer Willie Nelson would sing. We drove through the entire Skyline Drive from north to south and then through the entire Blue Ridge Parkway all the way to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park […]
We’ve all been under stress dealing with Coronavirus pandemic everyday and watching presidential election report on TV Tuesday has really stressed me out, so I decided to take a break by visiting Shenandoah National Park yesterday. Gone has the crowd ’cause the fall foliage was […]
With just one glace of the Monocacy Aqueduct, visitors are struck with the magnitude of this marvelous seven arched structure. Located at milepost 42.2, the Monocacy Aqueduct is 1 of 11 water bridges along the 184.5 miles of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical […]
This is my post for celebrating the National Parks and the Earth Day 0f 2020: Acadia at Dusk: Milky Way at Arches: Bryce Canyon in Winter: Mesa Arch at Canyonlands: Sunset Sky at Capitol Reef: Sunrise at Zabriski Point of Death Valley:: Sunset at White […]