Las Vegas Vacation Guide

I’ve partnered with Expedia.com to bring you my Las Vegas vacation guide. As any Las Vegas vacation guide should do, I’m going to outline a few topics, things to do, where to eat, and how to choose where to stay based on your budget. Las Vegas is made of money and is designed to get […]

How to Go Big on a New York Internship without Going Broke

This post was written by my fabulous intern, Shannon Marie, who’s starting up her junior year in college right now. I hope to have her back next summer. New York, New York. Home of non-stop excitement, creativity, and the office locations of some of the most high-profile companies in the world. And with high-profile companies […]

All 60 US National Parks Ranked

The idea of all 60 US National Parks ranked has been on my mind for a while or at least since I started visiting them frequently over the last decade or so. Rankings of course are all subjective and based on the voters or in this case, my experience and tastes. People will agree or […]

Fairbanks is Basecamp Alaska

Fairbanks is basecamp Alaska. That’s the best way to put it. Everywhere of note, especially in Central and Northern Alaska is reachable from Fairbanks. Plus, the city has a lot to offer in and of itself. My third visit to Alaska brought me to Fairbanks for the first time and the whole massive state opened […]

Tough Sledding in Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park was the one that got away. I’ve been to Denver some 10 times and done several road trips around Colorado but I never went. It’s only 90-minutes from Denver but it’s a good 45 minutes off the main highway down a state road. So it wasn’t convenient. However, I finally made […]

Theodore Roosevelt National Park is Impressive

Theodore Roosevelt National Park was a complete mystery to me. First, it’s located in Western North Dakota so it takes some effort to get there. Second, I didn’t know much about the Teddy Roosevelt relationship beforehand. Nor did I know that the Badlands extended up that far but looks different than at Badlands National Park […]

My Experience in Wind Cave National Park

Wind Cave National Park was a park I wasn’t very interested in visiting. I have been inside many caves around the world. In fact, I’d say I’ve been in many of the best caves in the world like the Postojna Caves. Plus, I’ve been in Carlsbad Caverns, Mammoth Caves and Great Basin National Parks; which […]

My Visit to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, Maine

The coolest thing about visiting every National Park in America is you actually get to visit every National Park in America! This is different than trying to visit every state because often times you’d just go to a popular city or even drive through on a bigger road trip. Many National Parks are in somewhat […]

Congaree National Park is Whatever

Congaree National Park was the 39th US National Park that I’ve visited. While it wasn’t my least favorite; that award goes to Hot Spring in Arkansas followed by Cuyahoga Valley in Ohio; it was down on the list for sure. Congaree National Park is whatever. It was basically a big swamp. If you’re really into […]

Day Trip to Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park is not only one of the most remote National Parks in America but it may be the coolest. Dry Tortugas National Park is located at the far west end of the Florida Keys and is about 70 miles from Key West. It’s one of the most dramatic parks I’ve visited. Much […]

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