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Niagara Falls travel guide

Niagara Falls travel guide

Visiting the Niagara Falls is on many people’s bucket list and with good reason. This amazing natural phenomenon really is a sight to behold. A trip to the falls is something you are not going to forget. It makes for some great pictures and memories. This Niagara Falls travel guide will help you make the […]

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Spray Falls Pictured Rocks

Pictured Rocks Spray Falls photos

The 42 mile North Country Trail through Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is full of surprises and quite an adventure. One would think the trail would be one gorgeous overlook after another featuring Lake Superior and outstanding cliffs. There are tons of these types of views, especially as you get […]

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Munising Falls

Munising Falls and Wagner Falls in the UP

Heading towards Munising Falls on the North Country Trail Sometimes when you are backpacking your priorities get skewed. I was approaching the end of a 42 mile hike on the North Country Scenic Trail in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and I could not wait to finish. The parking […]

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Eau Claire Gorge

A poutine waterfall adventure in Ontario

A waterfall request in northern Ontario After a couple of days of exploring Samuel De Champlain Provincial Park, canoeing, and fishing, our Canadian friends asked if we had any activity requests. We fished for a couple of hours on Long Lake, but after that our itinerary was up in the air. I asked if there […]

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Cumberland Falls

Cumberland Falls the Kaieteur of the South

A sign at the beginning of one of the trails at the Cumberland Falls Resort Park calls the falls the Niagara of the south.  I have never seen Niagara, but I have visited Kaieteur Falls in Guyana. Like Cumberland Falls, Kaieteur is a single drop falls; therefore, the falls in this Kentucky State Park reminds […]

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Thai waterfall

Cooling off in a Thai waterfall

One of the hottest days I have ever experienced was going from Suphanburi through Kanchanaburi to Lam Klong Ngu National Park near the border with Myanmar. I was being taken there by a family I had met stateside who lived in Thailand. They had a coffee and rubber tree farm right outside the national park. […]

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