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  Category: Articles » Articles by Author » Author: David Urmann
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1.Cape May Bird Observatory in New Jersey
Cape May in New Jersey is home to the Cape May Bird Observatory. Cape May is arguably North America's premier birding location. This premier New Jersey bird watching spot is widely known among birders for its vast concentrations of autumn migrants. That over 200 species have been seen in ...
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2.Carter Caves Park: The Lowdown on the Underground
There's something instinctual in human beings that causes us to be fascinated by caves and caverns. In the days when being eaten by a bear at 25 was considered having "had a pretty good run", a good cave was the equivalent of a 3 bedroom in ...
[Added: 21 Dec 2006   Hits: 747   Words: 488]

3.Heart Healthy Cooking Tips
Taking care of the old ticker requires exercise and a decent diet. There's simply no substitute for either. We'll leave the aerobic concerns to more informed minds and stick to the stuff that goes in the gut, namely the heart ...
[Added: 21 Dec 2006   Hits: 902   Words: 416]

4.Los Angeles Zoo
By 1956, the city of Los Angeles had outgrown the small Griffith Park Zoo. The citizens passed a $6.6 million bond measure to help build a new one and a 113-acre site in Griffith Park was ...
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5.Shawnee State Park
Shawnee State Park is located in the 63,000-acre Shawnee State Forest in the beautiful Appalachian foothills near the banks of the Ohio River. Nicknamed "The Little Smokies", these one-time hunting grounds of the Shawnee Indians are among the most picturesque places in the state, featuring ...
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6.The Different Types of BBQ
Most people thing of BBQ'ing as little more than throwing a few chicken breasts and the occasional rack of ribs on a grill and flipping them every so often. For the backyard pool-party that may pass muster, but a real BBQ fanatic knows how complicated and varied the process really ...
[Added: 21 Dec 2006   Hits: 824   Words: 361]

7.The Bizz Johnson Trail
Northeastern California is home to the scenic Bizz Johnson Trail. The trail runs along the Susan River in Lassen County. Bizz Johnson Trail follows the old Fernley and Lassen Branch Line of the Southern Pacific railroad. It runs ...
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8.Blithewold Mansion in Rhode Island
The Blithewold Mansion in Rhode Island is a popular spot for weddings, events and visitors who just want to tour one of the most impressive Rhode Island mansions. Mining baron Augustus Van Wickle was born in 1856 in ...
[Added: 21 Dec 2006   Hits: 885   Words: 516]

9.Massachusetts Historic Deerfield
Historic Deerfield's motto is "New England as you hope to find it!", and it certainly is. Nestled in western Massachusetts in the 330-year old village of Deerfield, this Museum of New England's history and art is considered a ...
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10.Texas Cameron Park Zoo
The award winning Cameron Park natural-habitat zoo in Waco, Texas provides visitors with an opportunity to see wild animals in state-of-the art, free-form surroundings and progressive display areas. The Cameron Park Zoo is home to tortoises from the Galapagos Islands, Africa birds, and other ...
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11.The Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden
Winter Park, Florida's Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Garden is one of the most elegant and respected venues for the art in the American southeast. It is home to impressive collections of all kinds and beautiful, peaceful grounds. The museum is ...
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12.The International Spy Museum in Washington DC
The International Spy Museum is dedicated to all-but-invisible profession of espionage, and is the only one of its kind. This fascinating museum is a must-see for espionage and history enthusiasts. It is home to the largest collection of international spy-related artifacts ever placed on public display. ...
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