In the mood... cos I am so impressed by the works that I took 138 photos.
Better to see something once than to hear it a thousand times. You never know what could be on the other side! .
Would this be in your #bucketlist ?!?! . . . . .
Just two miles east of the Capitol Reef visitor center, the trailhead to Hickman Bridge offers hikers an easy, spectacularly scenic trek up to a large natural arch. The trail is not particularly long or steep, but it provides access to some amazing sites, including the large arch itself, as well as a smaller arch, and a Fremont pit house ruin and nearby granary...
Flashback into one of the most spectacular places I have visited and this is the state of Utah with its incredible red rock formations. Utah has 5 different national parks, each of them different from another one. This one in the picture is the Capitol Reef park and it was the first one out of 5 for me to visit. No wonder it stayed in memory as the special one. I think I spent there around half of the day and it wasn't enough. I mean you can totally see it all if you are in the car but if you want to really feel the place, then do make sure to take walks in different locations of the park.
It's interesting how I used to live in the US years ago and I didn't really travel much except for some big cities. And my impression of the US was completely different. I couldn't imagine that it has so many nature gems within one country. Every state has something special to offer, with some having more than others. So when 2 years ago I went there just for the sake of traveling and exploring the nature of the country, I was stunned... my absolutely favourite states where I would travel again in a heartbeat became Utah, Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Colorado and California... And what are your favourite places there?
One of the most popular tourist spots in Boston, the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. With the shopping, restaurants, and street buskers, it is the place to hang out! Has anyone been?
I'm headed back to Kansas City in a couple of weeks! It's one of my favorite cities and I'm excited to explore more of it.⠀
Check my story highlights to see photos & recommendations from my past trips.⠀
Have you ever been to KC?⠀
We’ve been MIA on social media these last couple weeks because we’ve been enjoying the end of our trip and figuring out what to do when we get home. We’ve also had some fun travel hiccups and we had to leave our St. Louis Airbnb for a hotel room.
Nonetheless, we’ve enjoyed our time in the city and went to Gateway Park as our last little adventure.
Now, we’re in the car and headed for home. See you soon, Atlanta! 🏡 #housesurfingusa
This amazing shot was taken at Yosemite National Park on October 6th, 2018. If you know who the couple may be.. shoot a Twitter message to @DippelMatt ! I’m sure the couple would love to have this memory ☺️