Most of the time I am happy to stay at home so I have to have a few visual cues to prompt me to take a trip once in awhile. One of them is a large map of the United States on my wall with push pins indicating temple grounds visited (green), temples where I […]
China is an ancient civilization extending over a large area in East Asia. China has the longest continuous history of any country in the world. Prior to the 19th century, it possessed one of the most advanced societies and economies in the world but missed the industrial revolution and began to decline. China was the […]
On our second day in Rocky Mountain National Park, Mike and I traveled along Bear Lake Road to see Alberta Falls and Bear Lake.
My brother and I passed through Rocky Mountain National Park on our way back home to Utah. I want to share with you a few of the photographs we took and information about the park taken from the map that is given to park visitors. Trail Ridge Road Set in the Southern Rockies, Rocky Mountain […]
On my way east on I-80 last week, between Cheyenne and Laramie, I came across the Wyoming Abraham Lincoln Monument. It originally stood at Sherman Summit, 8,878 feet above sea level, the highest point along the old coast-to-coast Lincoln Highway.
Last month while Jill and I were in Texas we visited NASA’s Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston. Accompanying us were Derek, Sarah, and Bryson. The Center is the hub for human spaceflight activities. There are 100 buildings on 1,620 acres that are home to the U.S. astronaut corps. The Johnson Space Center was […]
The next best thing to being there is to see great photographs of English castles. Of course every castle is not pictured and even some famous ones may be missing.