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Missouri State Penitentiary

The Missouri State Penitentiary,  in Jefferson City, Missouri,  operated from 1836-2004.  Part of the Missouri Department of Corrections, it served as the state of Missouri's primary maximum security institution. Before the prison closed in 2004, the Missouri State Penitentiary was the oldest operating penal facility west of the Mississippi—it was already 98 years old when Alcatraz opened in San Francisco. The prison’s often-inhumane conditions earned it the title of “bloodiest 47 acres in America” in a 1967 TIME Magazine article.

  Missouri State Penitentiary The Missouri State Penitentiary,  in Jefferson City, Missouri,  operated from 1836-2004.  Part of the Missouri Department of Corrections, it served as the state of Missouri’s primary maximum security institution. Before the prison closed in 2004, the Missouri State Penitentiary was the oldest operating penal facility west […]

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Fiery Furnace Arches National Park

The Fiery Furnace is a natural labyrinth of narrow passages between towering sandstone walls. To enter the Fiery Furnace, visitors must accompany a ranger-guided tour or obtain a hiking permit at the visitor center.

Arches National Park is located on the Colorado River 4 miles north of Moab, Utah. It is known for containing over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks.

 Fiery Furnace Arches National Park The Fiery Furnace is a natural labyrinth of narrow passages between towering sandstone walls. To enter the Fiery Furnace, visitors must accompany a ranger-guided tour or obtain a hiking permit at the visitor center. The Fiery Furnace earns its name from the deep red and orange glow […]

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Mormon Row Historic District – Grand Teton National Park

T. A. took over 30 years to build his gable-with-shed style barn. Photographers from around the world stop by T. A. Moulton’s barn to capture this iconic historic structure with the Teton Range in the background.

Mormon Row Historic District Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormons, sent parties from the Salt Lake Valley to establish new communities and support their expanding population. Mormon homesteaders, who settled east of Blacktail Butte near the turn of the 19-century, clustered their farms to […]

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Hoh Rain Forest – Olympic National Park

The Hoh Rain Forest  lies on the west side of Olympic National Park, the Hoh Rain Forest is accessed by the Upper Hoh Road, off of Highway 101

Throughout the winter season, rain falls frequently in the Hoh Rain Forest, contributing to the yearly total of 140 to 170 inches (or 12 to 14 feet!) of precipitation each year. The result is a lush, green canopy of both coniferous and deciduous species. Mosses and ferns that blanket the surfaces add another dimension to the enchantment of the rainforest.

  Hoh Rain Forest   The Hoh Rain Forest is located in the stretch of the Pacific Northwest rainforest which once spanned the Pacific Remove Tagcoast from southeastern Alaska to the central coast of California. The Hoh is one of the finest remaining examples of temperate rainforest in the United […]

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Red Oak II Missoura

The Red Oak General store built at the turn of the century in Red Oak Missouri has been operated by Lowell Davis's relatives since 1921.  The store was moved to Red Oak II and restored in 1988.

Red Oak II is the creation of artist Lowell Davis, who's family had pioneered the town of Red Oak.  After success as an artist, he started moving his old home town to his farm 32 miles away creating Red Oak II.  Lowell now lives in what he considers his "Masterpiece" in the Belle Starr house where the famous outlaw was raised.  Red Oak II is located a few miles Northeast of Carthage Missouri, just off Route 66.

  Red Oak II Red Oak II is the creation of artist Lowell Davis, who’s family had pioneered the town of Red Oak. After success as an artist, he started moving his old home town to his farm 32 miles away creating Red Oak II. Lowell now lives in what […]

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Garvan Woodland Gardens

Garvan Woodland Gardens is the botanical garden of the University of Arkansas located in Hop Springs Arkansas and the Ouachita Mountains.

    Garvan Woodland Gardens Garvan Woodland Gardens is a botanical garden near Hot Springs National Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas owned by the University of Arkansas. The Gardens are situated on a woodland peninsula on Lake Hamilton. The Gardens feature rocky inclines reminiscent of the surrounding Ouachita Mountains, floral landscapes, streams, […]

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Blanchard Springs Caverns and Recreation Area

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     Blanchard Springs Recreation Area The Blanchard Springs Recreation Area offers a rich outdoor experience. Stroll on the paved trail to where Blanchard Springs gushes as a waterfall from the hillside. Swim in the clear waters of the North Sylamore Creek. Hike into the Ozark woods for an hour […]

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Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness New Mexico

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  The Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness is a rolling landscape of badlands which offers some of the most unusual scenery found in the Four Corners Region.  Time and natural elements have etched a fantasy world of strange rock formations made of interbedded sandstone, shale, mudstone, coal, and silt.  The weathering of the […]

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National Bison Range Montana

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  The National Bison Range is a diverse ecosystem of grasslands, Douglas fir and ponderosa pine forests, riparian areas and ponds. The Range is one of the last intact publicly-owned intermountain native grasslands in the U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt established the National Bison Range on May 23, 1908 when he […]

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1880 Town – Murdo South Dakota

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      1880 Town   History of 1880 Town WhenRichardHullinger bought 14 acres at Exit 170 back in 1969 he had no plans for an attraction. In 1972 a gas station was built at this location along with forming an idea of an old west attraction. Later, an additional […]

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