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Red Mountain Mining District

  Red Mountain Mining District Located off Hwy 550 near the crest of Red Mountain Pass—this is the site of the National Bell Mine. During its booming years, there were as many as 10,000 inhabitants living in Red Mountain Town. In all of its glory, it had over 100 businesses,

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Zabriskie Point – Death Valley

  Zabriskie Point   The most famous viewpoint in Death Valley National Park. Overlooking the golden colored badlands of the Furnace Creek formation, visitors can simply enjoy the view or elect to start the hike from the point around Badlands Loop. Connector trails lead to Golden Canyon, Gower Gulch, and

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Marquette Harbor Lighthouse

Marquette Harbor Lighthouse The first lighthouse was built in the city in 1853. The present lighthouse was constructed in 1866 and a second story added in 1909. The lighthouse is the oldest significant structure in the city and more importantly, the lighthouse is one of the most historic navigation beacons

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Dells Mill

Dells Mill Water-Powered grist mills ground the wheat that dominated Wisconsin’s Civil War-era economy. Built in 1864, the mill was one of the server serving area farmers. After wheat production moved westward, owners adapted the building to mill flour and grind feed. A trip to the Dells mill could be

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Tallgrass Prairie Preserve

Tallgrass Prairie Preserve Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve was established on November 12, 1996 to preserve, protect, and interpret for the public an example of the tallgrass prairie ecosystem and the historic and cultural values represented by the Spring Hill Ranch. Once the bed of a vast inland sea located in

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Bridges of Madison County

  Bridges of Madison County 19 covered bridges were built in Madison County Iowa during the late 19th Century. The bridges were covered to protect the roadway, because it was cheaper to replace the boards of the roof and walls, then the heavy beams of the actual bridge. The 6

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Lost Lake

  Lost Lake Mother Nature went the extra mile when it came to Lost Lake. The surrounding topography is rugged, mountainous and magical. The flora and fauna is abundant and easily accessible. The lake is a popular recreational site, with 125 primitive campsites seven rustic cabins and a rustic general

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Valley of the Gods

  Valley of the Gods The Valley of the Gods is included in the newly designated Bears Ears National Monument   The Valley of the Gods area may be toured via a 17-mile gravel road  that winds around the formations. The road is rather steep and bumpy in parts but

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Monument Valley

  Monument Valley Monument Valley is one of the most majestic and most photographed points on earth. This great valley boasts sandstone masterpieces that tower at heights of 400 to 1,000 feet. framed by scenic clouds casting shadows that graciously roam the desert floor. The angle of the sun accents these

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The Palouse

  The Palouse The Palouse Is a region of  Southeastern Washington where there are no continuous valleys, and the hills do not connect to make long ridges. These hills were not created by rivers and streams but instead by silt deposits. The Palouse still is the world’s leader in the

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