Places in Yellowstone: Pelican Creek

One of the wonderful things about Yellowstone National Park is the diversity of the hiking experiences available. During my visit to Yellowstone National Park in the summer of 2015, I discovered a beautiful little trail called Pelican Creek. The trail wanders through the woods and along a beach. At less than 1 mile long, it […]

The First Thing You See In Yellowstone

The sun is coming out. If you are like me, you are looking forward to some time out in the sun, perhaps on a beach or in the mountains. I recommend going to Yellowstone National Park, the most awe-inspiring vacation spot I have visited to date. At Yellowstone, there are seemingly endless herds of bison […]

Yellowstone National Park

Time for a vacation! Are you looking for a place to visit this summer? You might have noticed it is still snowing outside in many places, but this is the kind of vacation you’ll want to plan ahead of time. I love Yellowstone National Park! I recently visited several travel magazine websites and noticed something […]

Lightning in Medicine Bow, Wyoming

One of the benefits of living in an isolated plains location is that you get to see things like this. This video was taken near Medicine Bow, Wyoming, showing a thunderstorm on a cloudy night. Occasionally, you can see the bolts of lightning through the clouds, as well as the flashes of bright white light […]

The Nordic

Lately, I’ve been writing a lot about daily holidays, from Sunglasses Day to Chocolate Pudding Day, to American Eagle Day. Today, I decided to change it up with some photography. Above are some pictures I took at the Nordic, a seafood buffet in Charlestown, Rhode Island. The seafood there is the best I’ve ever had, […]

Photographs of Life

Today, June 29, is National Camera Day. Today is a day to learn a bit about cameras, but also to snap photos wherever you go. In honor of this day, I’ve selected some of my favorite miscellaneous photos to share with you.

The Legend of Paul Bunyan

June 28th is Paul Bunyan Day.  The legend of Paul Bunyan says that Paul was an incredibly large man who could cut down a tree with a single swing from his axe. He and his blue ox, Babe, shaped the landscape in many ways, such as creating the Land of 10,000 Lakes with their footprints […]