Category Archives: Recreation

The Best Ways to Relax in Style in Scottsdale

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Known for its spa resorts, golf courses, and opulent shopping destinations, the desert city of Scottsdale, Arizona offers visitors the best of Arizona leisure recreation. Take a trip to marvel over the western landscape, visit Downtown Scottsdale for world-class museums, … Continue reading

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The 5 Best Places to Go Camping in Utah

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Camping in Utah is something everyone who is avid about the outdoors or has a love of natural beauty needs to experience. The state’s natural beauty stems from a combination of lively deserts, forested and snowy mountains, incredible iconic rock … Continue reading

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The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge: An Urban Oasis Near Denver

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Located just 10 miles northeast of downtown Denver, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge is a 15,000-acre tract of land that is a reminder of what the area used to be like before man left his mark.  It is … Continue reading

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A Long Weekend in San Diego: Best Things to Do

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San Diego is one of the most beautiful places in the US to escape for a long weekend. Shopping in the bustling city, relaxing on the pristine beaches, or exploring museums and historic sites are just a few options for … Continue reading

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Highway 1: The Ultimate California Road Trip

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This may be one of the most iconic road trips in the United States if not the world. The trip on Highway 1 from San Francisco to San Diego is unforgettable for more than one reason. This road trip will … Continue reading

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Explore the World of Geocaching

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Are you saying to yourself, “Geocaching?  What on earth is that?” Most folks have never heard the term, so you are not alone. As explained on the activity’s website: “Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS (Global Positioning … Continue reading

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Nature at its Peak on the Snowy Range Scenic Byway

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Without a doubt, the scenery between the Wyoming towns of Laramie and Saratoga is one of Mother Nature’s most impressive displays. Whoever coined the phrase “getting there is half the fun” must have been driving on Wyoming’s Snowy Range Scenic … Continue reading

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Serenity at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

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Text by Caroline Miniscule. Photos by Tamara Rodgers. The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens began construction in Wyoming’s capital in 1977. After five years of planning and construction, its new centerpiece, a beautiful Grand Conservatory, opened near the Gardens’ 40th Anniversary, on … Continue reading

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Ten Sleep’s Crafty Cure for the Travel Weary

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I should preface this post by saying that an in-depth description of the travels leading up to this adventure in Ten Sleep will come at a later time. For now, let’s cut to the chase: Ten Sleep Brewing Company really knows … Continue reading

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Cheyenne: Paul Smith Children’s Village

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Paul Smith’s Children’s Village, situated adjacent to the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and run by them, is a delightful place for children young and old, with plenty of places to explore and blazes of color everywhere. It’s named in honor of … Continue reading

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