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  • Fort Point – Golden Gate National Recreation Area

    By / April 5, 2016 / Activities, National Parks

    Fort Point is a free historical site that was originally built to protect the Golden Gate entry to San Francisco’s bay. They almost tore down the fort in 1933 when they built the Golden Gate Bridge, but instead Chief Engineer Joseph B. Strauss redesigned the bridge to save this massive brick Civil War-era structure, which has since been turned… [read more]

  • Crissy Field – Golden Gate National Recreation Area

    By / April 4, 2016 / National Parks, Outdoors

    Crissy Field is a beach-side park that I recommend to anyone visiting the San Francisco area. Crissy Field is within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which encompasses a large area with many experiences, including the Presidio, Muir Woods, Acatraz, Fort Point, or more.     Crissy Field is an outdoor park that has a sandy beach, walking and biking paths, picnic tables,… [read more]

  • Selfie Twirls from National Park Trip of Summer 2015

    By / March 20, 2016 / Hikes, National Parks, Outdoors, State Parks

    My selfie twirls compilation of last summer’s trip around American and Canadian National Parks is finished! Each of these videos was all taken between the end of June and the beginning of September, 2015. Check it out: The list of clips are as follows: #1)  Eleven Mile State Park, Colorado Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado #2)  Little… [read more]

  • Half Dome – Yosemite NP

    By / September 25, 2015 / Hikes, National Parks

    When visiting Yosemite National Park, I went to a park ranger and asked them “what is the best hike in Yosemite Valley?” Their answer: “the Half Dome.” So of course I had to try, and what I discovered was the highlight of my journey around U.S. National Parks.   The Half Dome is a granite dome that… [read more]

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