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Native American Ruins In The Southwestern United States

 

(petroglyphs in Zion National Park, Utah, www.alpenglowimagesphotography.com/)

Which Native American Sites Should I Visit? Where Exactly Are They? Nevada is home to the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe and Museum as well as the Grimes Point Archeological Area, where petroglyphs and other forms of rock art can be found.

 

Utah: Cedar Mesa is a plateau measuring 400 square miles and is bordered by the Grand Gulch and Comb Ridge. The Grand Gulch Primitive Area is a network of canyons formed from sandstone. Grand Gulch is known for its pueblo ruins and is exceptional…

THE OLDEST THINGS ON EARTH (PART 1)

Some of the Oldest Living Things on Earth (Plants and Animals)

(Spartan and the Green Egg Explorer Sticker: Methuselah Pine)

The Methuselah Pine—located in the White Mountains of California—is literally thousands of years old (around five thousand to be exact). The name “Methuselah” comes from the oldest figure in the Bible (it is said that he lived to the ripe old age of 969). “Methuselah Grove” (in the Inyo National Forest) was named after the infamous tree. To learn more about this amazing tree and one of the oldest living organisms on earth, collect Spartan and…

HOW TO DO ROAD TRIPS WITH KIDS

Planning, Prep, and Packing: How to De-Stress Travel with Kids

 

The open road is calling, and you’ve got a wonderful family destination in mind for your vacation together. There’s only one challenge between here and there: the child or children riding in the backseat. If you love the idea of a family getaway but feel your shoulders tensing up thinking of the boredom, potty breaks, and potential sibling rivalry inside the car, you need a plan.

When heading out for a family trip, there’s a lot of temptation to pack as if you’re on the run: cramming…