Photo: National Park Service
Hiking, biking, and running through fields not your thing? Being a book nerd or preferring the indoors does not put one at odds with the wonders
Source: A Guide to National Park Libraries | National Park Foundation
The more archaeologists study Stonehenge, the more mysteries unfold. But a coherent story is beginning to emerge.
Source: BBC – Travel – We may have cracked the mystery of Stonehenge
Ernest Hemingway in 1937, the year he brought his film “The Spanish Earth” to Hollywood. (Helen Breaker)
When Ernest Hemingway produced a film about the Spanish Civil War, L.A. threw parties for him
Source: Ernest Hemingway’s long-lost Los Angeles visit, 80 years ago this week – LA Times
The ‘Parthenon of Books’ was made of donated books and will be temporarily exhibited in Kassel, Germany. Photo: Getty Images/Thomas Lohnes
The temporary exhibition will be held in the same location where the Nazis burned hundreds of thousands of censored texts
Source: 100,000 Banned Books Have Been Formed Into a ‘Parthenon of Books’ | Architectural Digest
What do bears eat? How far do they roam? Find out in this interactive journey through the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
Source: A Bear’s-Eye View of Yellowstone
North Carolina Blue Ridge Parkway There is no lack of breathtaking vistas along the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina. Near Asheville, the 450-mile stretch connects the Shenandoah with the Great Smoky Mountains.(Photo: jaredkay, Getty Images/iStockphoto)
The parkway carves a path of stunning beauty through the southern Appalachian Mountains.
Source: Blue Ridge Parkway: A nearly 469-mile photo op
The origins of the hot dog, the most American of foods.
Source: Hot Dogs: America’s Fast, Cheap Meat | JSTOR Daily
Summer days are meant to be spent by the seashore. The relaxing rhythm of the waves lapping onto the sand. The embrace of the heat radiating from every
Source: Coastal National Parks to Visit This Summer Vacation
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