Nevada

    Two Ghost Towns for the Price of One: Virginia City & Nevada City, Montana (3)

    8/22/12 •

    …During a trip through the Rocky Mountains in Montana, my husband and I stumbled onto two of the most exciting ghost towns we’d ever seen — Virginia City and Nevada City. Located in a remote area of southwest Montana, Virginia City sprang to life after gold was discovered in nearby Alder Gulch in…

    Cathedral Gorge State Park, Nevada: Wander the Maze of Fluted Spires and Domes

    4/23/17 •

    …Cathedral Gorge State Park in southeastern Nevada is as fascinating as its name implies. This canyon with buff-colored clay walls has eroded into a fantastic maze of fluted spires and domes. Two of the park’s areas–Cathedral Caves and Canyon Caves — are especially fun to explore. Most of the caves are actually narrow…

    Most Glamorous Hotels in the US

    10/31/16 •

    …Vegas for those that can enjoy wealth and class. It has a staggering 3,068 rooms and spans across 105,000 square feet of gaming space. Due to its location in the state of Nevada, guests can benefit from enjoying some casino gaming on their mobile devices to get some practice on the slot machines in before…

    Cat Island National Widlife Refuge Near St. Francisville in Louisiana

    1/06/15 •

    …to the tree in the photo (above). It’s the sixth-largest tree in the United States and the largest of any species east of the Sierra Nevada. The tree is about 1,000 years old! The wildlife refuge is about 4 miles west of St. Francisville in southeastern Louisiana, which is at the junction of U.S. Highway…

    Death Valley Pictures

    9/25/12 •

    …This national park does a good job of living up to its harsh name. It is the lowest, hottest, and driest place in the United States. And year, it’s 3.3 million acres which span California and Nevada are considered to be both tranquil and beautiful. Although I don’t think its a strong enough an…

    Man vs Wild, Bear Grylls, Fakes Situations (40)

    12/07/12 •

    …A NY Times blog is reporting that many of the situations on the Man vs. Wild show presented to viewers as naturally occurring are in fact staged. Some examples of this deception include: “While filming in California’s Sierra Nevada mountains – an episode in which Grylls, 33, is seen biting off the head of…