Celebrate National Wilderness Month

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September is National Wilderness Month! In 2013, President Obama proclaimed this monthly holiday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Wilderness Act, which changed America’s public land conservation laws and led to many national and state parks across the country. To illustrate the essence of the National Wilderness Month, here’s a paragraph from President Obama’s proclamation: […]

Why We Buy Souvenirs

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Souvenirs are part and parcel of any trip you take, and a lot of your loved ones probably expect to receive some when you return. They are so common, and yet, we never stop to think – why do we buy souvenirs? Today, we will learn why buying souvenirs for loved ones is such a […]

How to Make the Perfect Coffee Pour Over

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A Simple Guide for Coffee Enthusiasts The perfect coffee pour-over is a simple process; all it involves is you, an iconic mug, a funnel, and a filter. There are no machines involved in the process since it’s just you pouring a steady, slow stream of hot water on top of fresh coffee grounds. With this […]

5 Top Festive USA Cities for Christmas

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The festive season is finally upon us! Christmas is nothing if not a joyous occasion with cheer and warmth all around. Getting into the festive feels can be quite fun, but only if you’re in the right place! Immersing yourself in festive surroundings can bring a lot of Christmas cheer, which is why these top […]

The Best Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Since pumpkin is the quintessential fall vegetable, it is only natural to visit the coffee shop for pumpkin spice lattes when the fall season finally arrives. How about we tell you that you no longer need to go to the coffee shop every now and then for your favorite fall beverage when you can make […]

Smoky Mountains Magical Fall Foliage

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As the days cool down by late September and early October in the Smoky Mountains, the leaves begin to turn into nature’s storyboard of sorts. You’ll witness a cascade of beautiful shades of yellow, red, and orange in every direction you turn by this time of the year. The Smoky Mountains receives a swarm of […]

Why You Should Adopt a Dog from a Shelter

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As the old saying goes, “A dog is man’s best friend.” Throughout history, dogs have served many functional roles, as they have been used for guarding properties, hunting, shepherding, sniffing out drugs, and for hounding, etc. These roles may not be as important in our modern lives today but you can still come home to […]

An Experience That Impacts All Five Senses

Fire floating upon the River in Providence

The Waterfire Experience Providence offers a plethora of attractions to visitors. It offers a variety of entertainment options, rich history, and amazing dining experiences. Yet, the WaterFire has firmly established itself to be a highlight of a visit to providence. Nothing beats the magical and surreal experience that you will have here. Stroll along the […]

Best Time to Visit Nashville

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Nashville is best known as the historic home of country music, but these days it has grown into one of America’s great cultural hubs. It’s packed with museums, historic sites, shopping and nightlife that extends far beyond the legendary honky-tonks. With such diverse offerings, Nashville is an ideal destination for party weekends and family holidays, […]

Best Time to Visit Yellowstone

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The Yellowstone National Park falls largely within the state of Wyoming and is the biggest tourist attraction of the state spread across 3,500 square miles. Featuring a diverse range of animal species, grand canyons, active geothermal geysers, and boiling mud pots, along with alpine rivers and recreational facilities, the park is truly a sight to […]