Tag: nature

In Winslow, Arizona, You Can Go See The Best Preserved Meteorite Impact Site on Earth

In Winslow, Arizona, You Can Go See The Best Preserved Meteorite Impact Site on Earth

Located few minutes from the historic Route 66 and by Interstate 40 in Winslow, Northern Arizona lies a giant hole. Yeah, a giant hole, but not just a plain giant hole… it’s a meteor crater. Instead of singing “Well, I’m standing on a corner in […]

Arizona: Hiking The Waterfall Trail at White Tank Mountains

Arizona: Hiking The Waterfall Trail at White Tank Mountains

Just 13 minutes away from home here in Arizona lies the White Tank Mountains. Every time I run outside and step outside our neighborhood in Surprise, Arizona, my views are always overshadowed by these glorious rugged mountains that have canyons and ridges within them. These […]

Phoenix, Arizona: Hole-In-The-Rock, a Gift from the Prehistoric People of the Sonoran Desert

Phoenix, Arizona: Hole-In-The-Rock, a Gift from the Prehistoric People of the Sonoran Desert

Phoenix, the capital city of Arizona, is known for the center for businesses, shopping, government, and known nature landmarks. One of those nature landmarks I discovered is Hole-in-the-Rock, a natural geological formation located in Papago Park, which features other interactive places to explore such as […]

Buttermilk Falls, New Jersey: How I Spent the 1st Day of Autumn

Buttermilk Falls, New Jersey: How I Spent the 1st Day of Autumn

The other day was National Public Lands Day (September 22nd) AND unbelievably already the first day of autumn here in the East Coast (where did time go?!)!! I felt like I had a desire to get away for a little bit in nature and I […]

Experiencing the Delaware Water Gap: Delaware River Tubing

Experiencing the Delaware Water Gap: Delaware River Tubing

In the border of New Jersey and Pennsylvania lies a water gap that is surrounded by grassy beaches and forested mountains, the Delaware Water Gap. The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area offers a lot of outdoors activities for families and friends from hiking, fishing, […]

Twentynine Palms, California: Joshua Tree National Park

Twentynine Palms, California: Joshua Tree National Park

4 hours away from my parents’ home located in Surprise, Arizona is a remarkable place in the vast Mojave Desert. This road trip led us to the Joshua Tree National Park located in Twentynine Palms, a city in the neighboring Southern California. It’s been 5 […]

Prescott, AZ: Western-Inspired Artwork at Phippen Museum and The Striking and Unusual Watson Lake

Prescott, AZ: Western-Inspired Artwork at Phippen Museum and The Striking and Unusual Watson Lake

Hey guys! So sorry for the hiatus, life has been pretty hectic from coming back from vacation to moving to a new place and to balancing work and starting school again with my last semester in college (I’ve technically had a graduation already and celebrated […]

6 Reasons Why Clearwater Beach is One of the Best Beaches in America

6 Reasons Why Clearwater Beach is One of the Best Beaches in America

You’ll find a lot of beach goers on both coastlines of Florida and with the pristine, blue-green colored water and white sand beaches located for miles surrounding the Sunshine State, it’s easy to understand why so many people, especially from up North of the East […]

Page, Arizona: Horseshoe Bend

Page, Arizona: Horseshoe Bend

Arizona, Arizona, Arizona… I can say so much great things about this state and this month, I will be featuring so many wonderful posts on my recent trip there! Keep reading to find what out what this beauty is about and stay tuned for more […]

The Drive to Northern Arizona From Mesa: The Best Scenic Places You’ll Pass By

The Drive to Northern Arizona From Mesa: The Best Scenic Places You’ll Pass By

A few weeks ago when I went to visit Arizona, my parents and I made plans to go take an almost 4-hour road trip to the Grand Canyon and past. The goal was to go to the Grand Canyon and see two more major attractions […]