Tagged: tourism

blue hole; swim; swimming; diving; jumping; water; blue; santa rosa; new mexico; scuba; diver

The Blue Hole of Santa Rosa – A Scuba Diver’s Oasis

A Watery Oasis in the High Desert Great big surprises can come in small packages.  The Blue Hole is one of those surprises.  Mid-way between Albuquerque and Amarillo in the town of Santa Rosa, NM, a natural spring fed lake...

celebration in the oaks; celebration; oaks; new orleans; louisiana; big easy; holiday; christmas; lights; display; joyful; songs; city park

Celebration in the Oaks – The Holidays in New Orleans City Park

Amazing Holiday Lights Fill the Oaks New Orleans is a city always up to something BIG!  Celebration in the Oaks is no exception. I determined this year that I would make time and see some of holiday light displays that...

liuzza land; farm; pumpkin; pumpkin patch; corn; corn maze; scarecrow; festival; fall; october; kids; children; animals; petting; experiencial; play; fun; louisiana; village; games; picking

Saturday Fun at Liuzza Land

Pumpkin Zone Ahead In search of a pumpkin patch this fall, I found a family fun treasure near Amite City, Louisiana.  Liuzza Land is part of Liuzza Produce Farm.  They produce fresh fruits and vegetables throughout Louisiana. In 2011, they...

petroglyph; national park; monument; park; rocks; formations; drawings; ancient; indian; hiking; climbing; albuquerque; new mexico

The Writing’s on the Wall at Petroglyph National Monument

Those Who Came Before While road tripping thru New Mexico, I took some time to visit Petroglyph National Monument near Albuquerque. Archeological and ancient places are some of my favorite destinations.  I love learning how people lived hundreds or thousands...

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