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Some Utah campgrounds are full most of the peak season

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) – No, you wouldn’t imagine it. Camping has gone crazy on public land in Utah. A new report from the advocacy organization Center for Western Priorities released Thursday shows that busy bookings for campsites on public lands increased by 39% during the peak season from 2014 to 2020. And the West […]

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Hiking in Maine: Some Options for a Good Hike to See the Colors of Fall

[ad_1] It’s already mid-October as I write this, and the colors are at their peak in the north and almost here on my local island Mount Desert. Too soon, however, the kaleidoscopic beauty of this special time will have turned gray, the leaves blown away by the inevitable winds and rains. Celebrate the season with […]

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Are you going to Hawaii solo? Consider these destinations first

[ad_1] Hawaii is a great place for solo travelers and is full of seemingly endless destinations for those who prefer the road less traveled by crowds. Going solo in Hawaii is a big “yes!” This state offers the best destinations to which the rest of the states cannot even compare. Its tropical climate, which makes […]

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New exhibits at the Waterrock Knob Visitor Center on Blue Ridge Parkway

Editor’s Note: The following is from the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation. Did you know that elk can run up to 45 miles an hour? That black cubs stay with their mothers for 18 months to learn to hunt and survive? That, at 6,293 feet, Waterrock Knob is the highest peak in the Plott Balsam Mountains? […]

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6 best hiking trails in Singapore that lead to great food

[ad_1] Exercise can be painful, but a meal at the end can make it more palatable. If that proves to be the incentive, here are six hiking trails in Singapore for eating well. Since the country was imagined as a garden city, urban planners have integrated paths and greenways into the environment. The push has […]

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Opening of an outdoor center in memory of a teenager for young nature enthusiasts

[ad_1] The RSPB and the Cameron Bespolka Trust are working to make nature more inclusive for young people through an immersive residential center in the New Forest. Cameron’s Cottage is a former lumberjack’s cottage converted into an outdoor residential center that offers experiences for teens and young adults with limited access to nature. Located on […]

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The National Park Service partners with the Native Tourism Association

October 28, 2021 at 2:09 pm Updated October 28, 2021, 5:08 p.m. ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – The National Park Service has partnered with a tourism association to ensure that Native American contributions, cultures and traditions are incorporated into exhibits and programming at sites across the country. The park service says it highlights the history of […]

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British tourist, 24, tragically drowned after jumping from waterfall at Australian beauty spot

[ad_1] British tourist, 24, tragically drowned after jumping from waterfall at Australian beauty spot before friends landed on him, investigation finds Charlie Williams, 24, died in Behana Gorge in Queensland, Australia on April 10 He drowned after jumping stunts with friends he met at a nearby hostel Mr Williams, from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, had dreamed of […]

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Everglades National Park, one of the most resilient ecosystems on the planet

Everglades National Park covers over 1.5 million acres of wetlands in South Florida, providing important habitat for some of the state’s most elusive and endangered species, like the West Indian manatee , the American crocodile and the Florida panther. The park is a haven filled with coastal mangroves, essential for preventing erosion and absorbing storm […]

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In Italy, old towns hungry for new blood sell houses for $ 1

[ad_1] Milan, Italy – The first time Heather and Steve Giammichele from Southern California decided to take a road trip through Steve’s ancestral homeland of Italy, their car broke down about three hours from Pisa. At least 30 city dwellers pulled over to make sure the couple were okay, and one ended up canceling plans […]

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Fears for Benidorm holidays as tourism bosses blame UK holidaymakers’ Covid spike

[ad_1] SPANISH health chiefs admitted they were “worried” about the spike in Covid cases in Benidorm and pointed the finger at British holidaymakers. Ana Barcelo, Minister of Health of the regional government of Valencia whose remit includes the famous seaside resort of the Costa Blanca, has expressed her fears after her official classification in the […]

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Rumor has it that Captain Kidd’s famous treasure can be found on this Connecticut island

[ad_1] Visitors can only reach this island on foot at low tide, and to this day none of the treasures that may have been buried there have been found. The story of pirates is a popular topic among those who find the idea of ​​sailing the Seven Seas and uncovering buried treasure fascinating. After all, […]

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Haunted National Parks Across the United States

As Halloween approaches, landmarks across the country are getting more and more spooky “SD Travel” Twitter | Courtesy photoThe Jewel Cave National Monument is also known as “The Chamber of Torture”. While there is an urban legend, myth, or old folk tale buried in every city in the United States, some stories have been far […]

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Happy Trails: Get a Taste of Fall on this Scenic Hike Around Lake Colorado | North Springs Edition

[ad_1] Lake Isabel is one of Colorado’s hidden gems, perched in the humid mountains on the border of Pueblo and Custer counties. (Video by Nathan Van Dyne) Fall is a fleeting season in Colorado. For a few precious days, the aspens glow with golden glory and the temperatures hover somewhere near perfect. Then comes winter, […]

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Julie A. (Wilsie) Slate, from Carthage

[ad_1] CARTHAGE, New York (WWNY) – Julie A. (Wilsie) Slate passed away peacefully on September 28, 2021, her late mother’s birthday, in the Carthage Area Hospital with her family and friends at her sides. Julie was a housewife who enjoyed raising her three children and spending time with her grandchildren. Grandma had the best goulash. […]

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body of missing man from Texas found in Grand Teton National Park | Regional news

Search teams today found the body of missing 26-year-old Texas Jared Hembree in Grand Teton National Park. His body was found near Uhl Hill in the eastern part of the park. Rangers arrived at the scene and recovered Hembree’s remains. The National Park Service and the Teton County Sheriff’s Office are investigating what happened. A […]

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The Newport Marathon becomes the largest mass participation event in Wales since 2020

[ad_1] Thousands of people ran the ABP Newport Wales Marathon on Sunday, the largest mass participation event taking place in Wales since before the pandemic. 8,000 people have registered to run the marathon, 10k or family races that were originally scheduled for April 2020. The race will take place as a ‘breathing event’ – providing […]

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Authorities search for Texas man in Grand Teton National Park – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

MOOSE, Wyoming (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Authorities searched Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming for a Texas man who was last seen Thursday. Park officials identified the missing man as Jared Hembree, 26, and said he was last seen near Game Warden Point in Moran. READ MORE: Anna’s police investigate accident that killed 22-year-old Jared Hembree (Courtesy: […]

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Volunteers work with Forest Service to restore trails damaged by Cameron Peak fire – CBS Denver

[ad_1] LARIMER COUNTY, Colorado (CBS4) – In the aftermath of the historic Cameron Peak fire, hundreds of miles of hiking trails across Larimer County were destroyed, damaged or simply rendered impassable due to charred and overturned trees. Most of the trails traverse U.S. Forest Service land, a property operated by a small team of workers […]

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Europe’s cheapest fall city breaks ranked – just £ 5 for a meal in a surprising budget winner | Travel News | To travel

[ad_1] Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, was the most affordable place to stay this fall, according to a new study. The eastern European city offered great value for money and had warm fall temperatures. A stay in a three-star hotel costs just £ 18 in Belgrade, according to research by the Corona Test Center. A […]

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Margaret Carroll obituary (1937 – 2021) – Windsor, CT

[ad_1] Margaret Bancroft Taylor Carroll died at home on October 13, 2021. She was born in Mobile, Alabama, on February 18, 1937, to the late Thomas James Taylor, Jr., and Virginia Sims Rhen Taylor. After graduating from Hollins College in Roanoke, Virginia in 1957, she married her 59-year-old husband, James Joseph Carroll, Jr., in 1960, […]

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Delaware Water Gap could become a national park

NORTHERN NEW JERSEY – Nestled between New Jersey and Pennsylvania lies approximately 70,000 acres of wooded paradise, the Delaware River meandering through the mountains as a resource for recreational adventures and wildlife. Known as the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, more than five million visitors flock to this outdoor mecca each year to hike, […]

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October Nature Walk: Green Mountain Cemetery

[ad_1] In 2020 and earlier this year, we limited our hikes to uncrowded areas rich in natural beauty and found that cemeteries met our criteria well. When we met other people, it was easy to distance ourselves socially. A diversity of trees, shrubs and flowers attracted a diversity of birds and butterflies, and the winding […]

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Tanzania: Serengeti named best national park at World Travel Awards

[ad_1] Dar es Salaam – Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is back on Cloud 9 after being named Africa’s Best National Park, beating six other national parks on the continent at the 2021 World Travel Awards (WTA). Famous for wildebeest migration and a vast plain that is home to millions of wildlife, including the Big […]

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Chester Ridley Crum Watersheds Presents Environmental Awards 2021 – Delco Times

[ad_1] MIDDLETOWN – The Chester Ridley Crum Watersheds Association recently presented the organization’s annual environmental awards at the Tyler Arboretum in Media Barn. The awards, which celebrate commitment to the environment and local watersheds, were presented to: Harrah’s Philadelphia, of Chester, who received the Corporate Stewardship Award; Garrett Williamson, of Newtown Square, who received the […]

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Sandman arrested after chase in Zion National Park, Arizona

SPRINGDALE, Utah (ABC4) – A Sandy the man was arrested after prominent officers embarked on a high-speed chase of Sion national park and Arizona. He is now expected to face felony charges in both states. Late Saturday night, Kane County Sheriff’s Office said National Park Service rangers found a vehicle speeding through Zion west of […]

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WATCH LIVE: Boone County Nature School Moves to Phase 2 of Construction

[ad_1] COLUMBIA, Missouri (KMIZ) A $ 4.5 million learning outdoors project celebrates the completion of its first phase. The Boone County Nature School will ultimately be used by all six Boone County school districts, including Columbia Public Schools, which is partnering with the Missouri Department of Conservation to lead the project. Former CPS superintendent Peter […]

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Flood toll exceeds 100 in Nepal and India’s Uttarakhand

[ad_1] Flowing rivers washed away bridges like here in Chalthi, Uttarakhand More than 100 people have died after heavy rains triggered flash floods in Uttarakhand state, northern India, and parts of Nepal. The houses were submerged or crushed by rocks washed away by landslides. About 50 people, including five from the same family, have died […]

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Obituary of Helen Koehler (1928 – 2021) – New Brighton, MN

[ad_1] Helen Mayme Koehler Born: June 9, 1928 in Peru, IL Death: October 11, 2021 in New Brighton, MN Helen Mayme Koehler, 93, a longtime resident of Peru, passed away peacefully on Monday, October 11, 2021 at the Beacon Haven Nursing Home in New Brighton, MN, where she was lovingly cared for last year. Helen […]

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Paradise in Costa Rica: Manuel Antonio National Park

We invite you to travel in a paradise in costa rica on the Pacific coast. It’s a national park named Manuel Antonio. Here you will find unspoiled beaches with crystal clear waters, sun 365 days a year and friendly people. What more could you want? This natural wonder is located in the province of Puntarenas, […]

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Hikers used their turbans to rescue 2 men in a cascading pool

[ad_1] Five hikers from British Columbia used their turbans to rescue two men on their trail when the couple unexpectedly fell into a pool under a waterfall. Kuljinder Kinda and four friends were hiking Golden Ears Provincial Park on October 11 when a group nearby told them two men had slipped on a slippery rock […]

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6 unique experiences in Colombia

[ad_1] Mention Colombia and many people’s first reaction is “dangerous, kidnappings, drug lords and gangs” – not necessarily in that order. This was true two decades ago. Today, for those in the know, Colombia is best represented by “climate, biodiversity, affordability, history and hospitality” – the complete opposite of what many still perceive as the […]

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Top 7 islands in Mexico you shouldn’t miss

[ad_1] Share the article Last update 10 minutes ago Among the many islands of Mexico, you will discover those that are still wild or with little human intervention, where the beauty of nature is the first attraction. There are plenty of them, and here’s a list of the seven best islands in Mexico you can’t […]

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Lassen Volcanic National Park braces for prescribed burn – Red Bluff Daily News

Lassen Volcanic National Park will use the forecasted precipitation to complete the prescribed burn in the park. “These prescribed burns are part of a decades-long fire management program to reduce the intensity and severity of future forest fires in the park,” said Mike Klimek, fire management manager. “The fall weather favors prescribed burns of low […]

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The State Wants You to Help Pick Pennsylvania 2022 Trail of the Year

[ad_1] HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Do you have a favorite trail in Pennsylvania to hike (or maybe just a short walk?) The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) wants to hear from you. The Pennsylvania Trails Advisory Committee, which designates a trail of the year to bring attention to the state’s trail system, is […]

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Explore the San Francisco Embarcadero – Marin Independent Journal

[ad_1] It’s easy to get jaded about the city when you live there. But for the rest of us, San Francisco can be an urban adventure. If you’re taking a day trip to this destination, start at the Embarcadero, where the view of the bay and bridge practically slaps you in the face, reminding you […]

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Gabby Petito’s ashes scattered in Grand Teton National Park, dad suggests

A social media post from Gabby Petito’s father suggests his ashes may have been scattered throughout Grand Teton National Park, WABC-TV reports. Friday, Petito’s father, Joseph Petito, posted on twitter an image of Wyoming Park showing a lake in the foreground and mountains in the background. “I now know why you came here. #gabbypetito now […]

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Chumash Trails Day: A Walk Through The Park To Celebrate Indigenous Peoples | Homes and Lifestyle

[ad_1] Posted on October 17, 2021 | 8:43 am A participant in Chumash Trails Day wears a T-shirt with writing in Barbareño, one of the Chumash languages. (Courtesy photo) The Montecito Trails Foundation (MTF), along with the Tribal Trust Foundation and Barbareño Band of Chumash Indians, hosted Chumash, Old Trails, New Soles Trails Day on […]

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Two days is more than enough to explore New Orleans, here’s how

[ad_1] There are an overwhelming number of things to do in New Orleans, but don’t worry – if two days is enough for you, this is what to see. New Orleans is a world-class city known for its distinctive culture, music, and fun festivals like Mardi Gras. The French Quarter is lively; the Creole cuisine […]

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Obituary of Melvin Hurley (1946 – 2021) – Toledo, OH

[ad_1] Melvin D. Hurley Mr. Melvin Hurley, 75, went to be with the Lord on October 5, 2021. Mel was born in Springfield, Illinois, on May 8, 1946. He grew up in the Springfield area and graduated from Waverly High School in Waverly, IL. . Shortly after graduation, he enlisted in the US Navy and […]

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Gabby Petito case: Dad’s post suggests Long Island woman’s ashes scattered in national park, laundry search continues

CHEYENNE, Wyoming (WABC) – Gabby Petito’s ashes appear to have been scattered throughout Grand Teton National Park, according to a social media post from her father. Joseph Petito posted an image from inside Wyoming Park on Friday showing Jenny Lake in the foreground and mountain peaks in the background. He wrote “Now I know why […]

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Democrat Stone McGuigan “Focused On Getting The Job Done” Elected To Greenwich Board

[ad_1] GREENWICH – Janet Stone McGuigan is new to politics, but has extensive experience in public policy. Stone McGuigan, the Democratic challenger for an open seat on Selectmen’s board of directors, has worked in environmental regulation while living in Washington, DC, coordinating policy among a range of different stakeholders. “Understanding how public processes work is […]

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Hike the Billy Goat Trail near Washington, DC

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National Parks Should Teach Indigenous History – Lowell Sun

I could see the ranger’s sigh in the air, a cloud of disappointment hanging in the freezing yellowstone morning. My girlfriend and I had asked Kelly, the only ranger at the socially remote information booth, where I could learn more about the Native Americans who originally inhabited the park. “We really don’t have any exposure,” […]

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Landowners and county leaders begin to assess damage from Alisal fire

[ad_1] SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, Calif .– Alisal fire damage assessments are underway as the destructive blaze begins to slow down in its massive footprint along the coast of Santa Barbara County. Highway 101 was reopened to traffic after being closed for three days, but when it was quiet and empty of vehicles, the sound of […]

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Senate hearing on Sams as head of national parks scheduled for October 19 | North West

WASHINGTON – A politically polarized Senate has set an Oct. 19 hearing on the appointment of former Oregon tribal chief Chuck Sams as the next director of the National Parks Service. Sams, the longtime administrator of the Confederate Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon, will appear before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources […]

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Scenic Portal: Dane and Sauk Counties Fund Planning for Wisconsin River Trail Connection | Local government

[ad_1] Cyclists walk past the remains of a railroad bridge over the Wisconsin River in Sauk City, where officials on Wednesday announced plans to invest $ 4 million in planning for a new bridge to connect county trail systems by Dane and Sauk. AMBER ARNOLD, STATE JOURNAL Chris Hubbuch | Wisconsin State Journal A pedestrian […]

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New Orleans Travel Guide – Hotels, Things to Do, Restaurants and More

[ad_1] New Orleans is a vibrant destination that celebrates music, food and festivals around every corner. There are hotel, restaurant, and activity options when planning a trip to the Big Easy. Insider has created a comprehensive travel guide for visiting New Orleans. New Orleans, aka Crescent City or Big Easy, is a small town in […]

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Costa Rica is the country with the most ecotourism research …

[ad_1] (MENAFN- Costa Rica News) By TCRN STAFF October 12, 2021 8 0 Share Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Linkedin Email Must Read World News TCRN STAFF – Oct 12, 2021 Costa Rica Heads to Elections with 27 Presidential Candidates TCRN STAFF Travel – Oct 12, 2021 What are some of the favorite things for tourists to […]

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Coroner: Gabby Petito was strangled to death

Gabby Petito’s cause of death was strangulation and her case is now confirmed as homicide, as Teton County Coroner Dr Brent Blue delivers findings on young woman killed in Bridger National Forest- Teton. His body was found at a National Forest backcountry campsite adjacent to Grand Teton National Park after a multi-lane search focused on […]

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The university campus comes back to life with the vigor of youth

[ad_1] Spice of Life: It is the sap of youth that rushes and gushes through the veins of old institutions that nourishes them and helps them endure the vagaries of time and tides As I step onto the podium, my hands itch to write the first words on the shiny surface of the blackboard. I […]

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Madison Could Spend $ 2.1 Million to Expand Park and Preserve North Side Forest | Local government

[ad_1] Whitetail Ridge Park, 1818 Anhalt Drive, is a 9.55 acre neighborhood park that is well used and includes a basketball court, playground, soccer field, and open court. The acquisition of the property will allow future expansion of the park to create a larger community park through future planning processes, officials said. “It would go […]

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Park Service and FAA review Glacier helicopter tour plan

WESTERN GLACIER – A new plan will manage how helicopter tours will be conducted over Glacier National Park in the coming years, which will achieve a goal outlined in the overall management plan approved there. over 20 years ago. In a recent online meeting, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Park Service (NPS) explained […]

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Outdoor Guide: 11 Best Hikes For Fall Foliage This Year, All Within 3 Hours Of Charlotte

[ad_1] Photo: Courtesy of AllTrails This guide is proudly presented by OrthoCaroline – our partners for a healthy life. If you want more outdoor itinerary inspiration, check out OrthoCarolina’s blog. Have a good exploration. If you’re leaf hunting, here’s a breakdown of which trails will have the best fall foliage and when. Sheets: The 2021 […]

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The Caribbean is mostly under Level 4 reviews, but travelers still go

[ad_1] Since it’s officially fall and it’s fresh in the air again, snowbirds are surely starting to think about heading south for the winter. Even those of us who live in milder climates could enjoy a tropical getaway after enduring 19 months of pandemic banality. The Caribbean typically sees crowds of North Americans looking to […]

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Sandy Turner: Social Media Use Sheds Light on User Age | Local News

[ad_1] Apparently, those of us who frequent Facebook are now considered old geezers. The new social media platform is Instagram or Snapchat. I can’t keep up with all of this, but I’m sure it’s their plan. I love Facebook and being able to see everyone’s kids and grandchildren, recipes, tips, tips and quotes of the […]

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AIGUES-MORTES Hiking trail and mobile application to discover the Mas de la Comtesse

[ad_1] Vincent Milla in front of one of the 14 points of interest on the route. (photo by Boris Putet) The Camargue bull and horse breeders of the Ranch des Comtes, Vincent and Stéphanie Milla, are diversifying their pastoral activity by opening up to agrotourism. Thanks to partnerships with local tourism companies (hotels, 4/4, sandals), […]

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Another legacy added to Enoshima Marina by hosting the Tokyo 2020 Olympic sailing competition

[ad_1] Enoshima Yacht Harbor was the sailing site for the Tokyo Olympics in 1964 and again this year. From July 25 to August 4, the 10 classes of sailing competitions such as RS: X, Laser, Laser Radial, Finn, 470, 49er, 49erFX and Nacra17 were all back for 2020. Unfortunately, it went without spectators. , but […]

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Michael Jordan and the Bulls embarrassed the Boston Celtics and Larry Bird made sure he didn’t forget

[ad_1] Michael Jordan was not quite Michael Jordan at the time, but his Chicago Bulls still managed to embarrass Larry Bird and the Boston Celtics on December 22, 1984. Jordan scored 32 points and the Bulls gave the Celtics their worst loss of the season. , 110-85. In the end, the Bulls bragged and Bird, […]

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Zion National Park closes slot canyons in anticipation of flash floods

SPRINGDALE, Utah (ABC4) – Washington County sees rain and Zion National Park closes slot canyons due to a flash flood warning. If you are driving through Washington County to Springdale, you may have received a notification from the National Weather Service that the conditions are unsafe and traveling could be life threatening. Visitors to Springdale […]

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RV Parks, Ghost Town Promises Show Like A Lightning Rod In Maggie’s Election | New

[ad_1] A clear division begins to emerge among the four candidates vying for two seats on the Maggie Valley City Council. Two criticize those currently in power for dealing with development projects and business transactions at the expense of the best interests of residents and the city’s long-term future. The two challengers – John Hinton […]

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10 Haunted Places In Northern Ireland: Spooky Places To Visit This Autumn And Halloween – And The Stories Behind Them

[ad_1] Home to many spooky and supposedly haunted places, Northern Ireland has plenty of places to offer for Halloween. We’ve rounded up the 10 most haunted places you can visit this Halloween. Chateau de Ballygally Hotel, Ballygally Ballygally Castle in 1890. One of Ireland’s most haunted hotels, Ballygally Castle has a dark and disturbing history. […]

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IFLScience Meets: Math Ecologist Natasha Ellison on Tracking Sharks With Numbers (And Falling Into Them …)

[ad_1] When mathematicians consider the discipline, sobering scenes of chalkboards and calculator fits probably spring to mind, but as number scientists know, it can have endless applications. For mathematician ecologist Dr Natasha Ellison, this led to her teaching, working in Alan Turing’s legacy, and even stalking sharks – though the latter ended in slight peril. […]

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Elmo Lake water level in Billings has dropped about eight feet to eradicate invasive clams

[ad_1] BILLINGS – In an effort to kill the invasive Asian clams, the water levels at Lake Elmo State Park in Billings still have between eight and 10 feet to drop before the body of water is completely empty, said Bob Gibson, Montana, Fish, Wildlife and Parks Wednesday Communication and Education Program Manager. “We want […]

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The scoop with Amy Doyle: National park sites are the hot new trip

Amy Doyle. Photo by Bonfire Visuals Go out! An unintended benefit of the pandemic has been the dramatic increase (and appreciation) in visitors from outside America. Go to a national park! In my experience, we thought our teens rolling their eyes wouldn’t enjoy a trip to a national park in South Dakota. Boy, were we […]

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How to find a lost dog on a trail

[ad_1] “],” renderIntial “: true,” wordCount “: 350}”> It’s a pet owner’s worst nightmare: Halfway on a hike, away from home, Rover leaps into the brush and can’t believe it. Ten minutes go by, twenty, one hour and it’s time to face the fact that your dog is good and lost. What to do next […]

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Council could hire private company to tackle fly spills in Redcar

[ad_1] REDCAR and the Cleveland Council could hire a law enforcement company to operate in “hot spot” fly spill areas. Last year, council removed 1,229 tonnes of garbage dumped across the borough, which council leaders said is “unacceptable and simply will not be tolerated.” A new, cleaner borough strategy outlining how the council will keep […]

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Trudie Carpenter (1925 – 2021) obituary – Kansas City, MO

[ad_1] trudie carpenter September 27, 2021 Kansas City, Missouri – Trudie Mae (Stuckey) Carpenter, 95, died on Sep 27, 2021. Trudie was born November 13, 1925 to Guy David Stuckey and Floyce Vivian (Day) Stuckey in Many, Sabine Parish, Louisiana. She was the oldest of ten children. She married Waymon G. Carpenter on October 24, […]

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Senator Hickenlooper Introduces Bill to Add Amache National Historic Site to the National Park System

WASHINGTON – US Senator John Hickenlooper introduced his bipartisan bill to add Amache National Historic Site to the national parks system during a hearing of the US Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. “Amache National Historic Site would provide an unprecedented opportunity for Coloradans and Americans to learn more about the horrors of Japanese […]

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Great destinations to experience fall foliage in Baltimore and beyond

[ad_1] Rush hour for the centuries-old fall tradition known as leaf watching is fast approaching for the Baltimoreans. From mid-October to early November, streets, sidewalks and remaining branches will be covered in vibrant shades of orange and burgundy. Iconic fall colors provide sights that captivate everyone from annual lookouts to professional photographers. (Need inspiration? The […]

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WHO recommends use of first malaria vaccine for children

[ad_1] The World Health Organization on Wednesday approved the RTS, S / AS01 vaccine against malaria, the first against the mosquito-borne disease that kills more than 400,000 people a year, mostly African children. The move follows a review of a pilot program rolled out since 2019 in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi in which more than […]

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Everglades oil drilling proposal could be more difficult with the Biden administration

[ad_1] Credit: CC0 Public domain A Texas company’s plans to drill for oil in the Everglades may have a harder time getting approved, now that an administration skeptical of fossil fuels has taken over in Washington. Burnett Oil Co. has proposed to drill at two sites in Big Cypress National Preserve, an important Florida panther […]

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Pilot injured in US fighter jet crash in Death Valley National Park

A Navy pilot was injured after an F / A-18F Super Hornet crashed in Death Valley National Park, California. The Navy said in a press release that the crash happened around 3 p.m. Oct. 4 in a remote area. No civilians were injured as a result of the accident. The pilot, whose rank and name […]

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“Go Kochi” shows the old and unknown sights of the city in a new way

[ad_1] In just under six minutes, the video “Go Kochi” by cinematographer / editor Sameer Sakkariya, a promotion for Kerala tourism, shows places in the city that locals here do not know. Uploaded to YouTube recently and shared by several celebrities on their social networks, it is recording views. Intended to present the city as […]

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Passionate Belfast mountain bikers build new network of trails in the city

[ad_1] BELFAST, Maine – Mountain bikers looking for rugged and wooded terrain have a new option in Belfast, where a new trail system has opened on City Point Road. The El Depot Mountain Bike Park Trail is located on municipally owned land that served as a public ski resort also known as El Depot about […]

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National Public Lands Day draws visitors to Muir Woods – Scot Scoop News

Free access to the trails at Muir Woods National Monument draws visitors from all over the United States every year on the fourth Saturday in September. National Public Lands Day, which took place last Saturday, celebrates time spent in U.S. national parks, protecting our environment, and sharing in the beauty of nature by offering free […]

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Evo acquires Backcountry Lodge in British Columbia

[ad_1] The Journeyman is surrounded by 18,000 acres of public land – Photo courtesy of evo Industrial retailer evo announced this morning that it is expanding its hospitality business by acquiring Journeyman Lodge in British Columbia. Journeyman Lodge is located 90 minutes north of Vancouver and 20 minutes south of Whistler Village. The 5,000 square […]

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An island of off-grid homes, just 50 miles from Times Square

[ad_1] In 2012, Hurricane Sandy devastated three homes on the east side and severely damaged many more. Fires are the island’s biggest threat. Two neighboring houses burned to the ground during a winter thunderstorm in 2018, when no one was on the island. The island is served by the Babylon Fire Department and an operational […]