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South Dakota’s Badlands National Park

South Dakota is home to some prime examples of Americana – Mount Rushmore, the Corn Palace, Wall Drug, and the event of the year – Sturgis’ motorcycle rally, where chaps are standard but other...

An Instagrammer’s Guide to Puerto Rico

One glance at a Google image search of “Puerto Rico,” and you’ll be enchanted by its white-sand beaches, swaying palms, lush forests, charming cities, and historical sites. Wouldn't it be great to fit all...

What You Should Know Before Visiting Puerto Rico

Planning a trip to the Island of Enchantment but unsure of where to start? We've got you covered. Here's a know-before-you-go guide to Puerto Rico, perfect for creating your itinerary.  Check out our Instagrammer's Itinerary...

The Ultimate Guide to Camping Your Way Through the Oregon Outdoors

The Pacific Northwest is one of the most popular places in the U.S. for exploring the great outdoors. Oregon, in particular, is home to essentially every geographical terrain possible: deserts, rivers, oceans, valleys, forests,...
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Beyond Seattle: An Outdoor Guide to Washington State

Although so many out-of-towners don’t make it beyond Seattle, Washington state has an abundance of treasures waiting to be uncovered. At the heart of the Pacific Northwest, you can find moss-laden rainforests and arid...

A Day of Photography in Coastal Connecticut

Throughout my travels around the United States., I gained new perspectives, a hunger for adventure, and a new-found interest in exploring my home state. During numerous trips around the coastal region of Connecticut, I...

Best American Cities for Craft Beer Lovers

It’s a great time to be a beer lover — especially if you’re living in or plan on visiting the U.S. any time soon. Stretched across the land of the free, more and more...

LGBTQ Guide to Miami, Florida

South Beach, one of Florida’s famous hotspots, is well known for its beaches, nightlife, restaurants, and more. It is also recognized by the LGBTQ community as a welcoming and inclusive destination that is always...

Caffeine Culture: The History of Coffee in Puerto Rico

Coffee has a deep history in Puerto Rico, dating back to 1736. Over the next hundred years, the coffee industry continued to grow, reaching its peak in the nineteenth century. However, by the the...

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