Waimea Canyon, Kauai, HI
On the Garden Island of Kauai, Waimea Canyon stands as a unique geological location the resembles the popular Grand Canyon, yet is visually striking because of red volcanic soil, cascading waterfalls, and lush Valley bottoms.
~All Good Things Are Wild And Free~
Henry David Thoreau
The journey is the reward! Get outside, leave it all behind, and reconnect with the natural world and yourself!
The fjords of British Columbia’s Pacific Coast are one of the wonders of the natural world. Remote, and pristine, stretching for hundreds of kilometers, this coastline is a true beauty to behold.
With all the hot, dry weather we are having on the West Coast of Canada, the Okanagan felt a but like the Mediterranean. Warm fresh lakes, beautiful sunshine, green vineyards, and fresh delicious produce. A little slice of paradise in BC’s Interior.
Protecting the environment for all to enjoy should be a priority for governments. In an industrialized world, where so much of the land is being harvested for consumption, we must take a stand! Get outside and get connected 🙂
When you have an idea of what a place may be like, and then you visit that place, and it blows open your mind and drastically changes your perceptions with its beauty: Awesome!
The walk up to Clingsman Dome is relatively easy: 15-20 minutes up a paved pathway. And it shows by the number of people up at the lookout. But I think places like this are not only beautiful but necessary to ensure people remain connected with nature, and are reminded of her intrinsic values.