Posts tagged Mother Nature
The Michigan Day Trip Tour, No. 8: A Picture Perfect Day in Pentwater

While it could nearly be considered part of West Michigan, Pentwater still gives off that “up north” kind of vibe, and it is for that exact reason that people come from all over to take it in. It’s the kind of place you visit to quiet your mind, to let life slow down for a little bit.

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The Michigan Day Trip Tour, No. 2: Kayaking on the Little Manistee

Among the numerous outdoor activities you might partake in during a Michigan summer, one of the better options is getting out on the river in a kayak. Whether you’re looking to do a little fishing or simply float along at your leisure, it’s pretty difficult to beat a sunny day spent on the water.

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Ideas & Inspiration for Your Visit to Pisgah National Forest

The Blue Ridge Mountains, named as such for the bluish haze that appears to be draped over them when seen from a distance, are home to two national parks and a handful of national forests, including Pisgah, which is entirely contained within North Carolina. Established in 1916, Pisgah National Forest covers over 500,000 acres, offering tons and tons of recreational opportunities for nature lovers of all ages.

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The Music Video That Put Panama on My Travel Bucket List

As humans, we are easily influenced by things we see on the internet — for better, and for worse. Sometimes we’re aware that someone is trying to sell us something; other times it’s much more subliminal. Whether or not it was their intention, the makers of a particular music video that I found a couple years back definitely sold me on traveling to a certain part of Panama.

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A Unique Music Festival, Smack Dab in the Middle of Lake Michigan

Located in between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas, Beaver Island, the largest island in Lake Michigan, has hosted its increasingly-popular music festival since 2003. That was the year a few people got together and said, “We want to bring some musical talent to our neck of the woods.” And so they did — literally.

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Where to Find Affordable Skiing Less Than an Hour from Downtown Denver

Winter is here and that means it’s time to break out all the good stuff — the snowshoes, skis, snowboards, sleds, and sleighs that have been tucked away since last season, waiting patiently for their day in the sun …er, snow. With the cold weather finally, truly upon us, the slopes, the slopes are calling, and what better way to answer that call than by heading to what is arguably the winter sports mecca of the West: Colorado.

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