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Visiting Grand Canyon, AZ

Grand Canyon was declared a national monument in 1908 by President Teddy Roosevelt and later in 1919 a national park “Arizona has a natural wonder which ... is absolutely unparalleled throughout the rest of the world ... one of the great sights which every American ... should see.” Teddy Roosevelt said. Grand Canyon has over 1.2 million acres of sweeping landscapes, raging rapids and winding trails, that welcomes more than 6 million visitors annually.

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Visiting Dry Tortuga in Biscayne Keys, FL

We are taking a road trip across the USA!!! We are starting our trip in Florida and we are going to take the opportunity of visiting several destination through out Florida in our way to Washington... :)  Dry Tortuga  

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We are visiting Wyoming

We are taking a road trip across the USA!!! One of the states that we will be visiting is Wyoming, where the the Wild West comes alive...     We want to explore the red-walled gorges, the hot springs, historic prairie towns, pioneer museums, the rugged landscapes, the  rodeos, ranches, cowboy towns and stop to see the historical attractions of Wyoming's capital, Cheyenne. We are going to be sorry to miss the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, a 10 days of fun-filled rodeo festivities that is held in July  and considered one of the best in the country, instead we will be visiting the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum.    Of course we cannot visit the Wild West without stopping in Cody, a small frontier town, built by the famous showman William "Buffalo...

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We remember in Memorial Day

Memorial Day It is no a day for barbecues... it means so much more... Do you know what this picture means? The rifle is affixed with a bayonet and inverted, signifying that the Soldier went down fighting. The boots signify the Soldier’s last march onto the battlefield. Dog tags are imprinted with the Soldier’s name and hung from the rifle so their identity will never be forgotten. The helmet is placed atop the rifle representing what the Soldier stood for and signifying that their battle is now over. The Battlefield Cross is a sacred symbol amongst military members. Since a funeral is typically not possible during wartime, these symbols serve as a rallying point where surviving members of a unit...

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