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Chicago Museums: The Art Institute of Chicago

  Let me start by saying, I am not a fan of museums. Yes, I am a brat, I know. ¬†They overload my brain with information I can’t retain, but @MrTravelD LOVES them! Every time we go to Chicago he wants to go to the Art Institute of Chicago and I must say, I think […]

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Road trip to Green Bay

My parents took my husband (a lifelong Packer fan) and I on a road trip to Green Bay, Wisconsin a few years ago. Green Bay is the not only the home of the Green Bay Packers’ beloved Lambeau Field, it’s also the home of their Hall of Fame. Yes, the Green Bay Packers have their […]

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Photo of the Day: Glacial Rivers of Ice

Glaciers and icefields look like rivers. Very simply put, these rivers of ice and sediment are formed by gravity and the pressure of snow accumulations. This photo is an example of what these solid rivers of ice look like in Kluane National Park. 

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Photo of the Day: Glaciers

Yesterday's Photo of the Day inspired me to share with you this week more detailed photos of  the UNESCO World Heritage glaciers and icefields of Kluane National Park in the Yukon. This non polar icefield  is largest in the world yet it is ever changing and melting. 

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Photo of the Day: Flightseeing

We had so many incredible experiences in Alaska and the Yukon on our Holland America cruisetour. One of the many highlights of our trip was flightseeing over Kluane National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the Yukon. Flightseeing is one of the more expensive sightseeing options but one not to be missed, it is well worth every penny! […]

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