We’ve canoed and hiked a mile through the forest and canoed some more across Addison Lake where the salmon are spawning, thinking we might see a bear snacking along the shore
By studying fossils of dinosaurs, scientists not only can figure out what these ancient creatures looked like 150 million years ago, but how they moved, what they ate and how they died
When she was little, Victoria Egerton’s teachers didn’t know what to make of her and her fascination with geology and science.
This is what scientists have dubbed “The Jurassic Mile,” for in these rocks is one of the most significant and exciting dinosaur finds in North America dating back 150 million years
Even if you are lucky enough to see a bear or a Bald Eagle in the wild in Alaska, you won’t get nearly as close as you can in Sitka
there are lots of options from the popular Lumberjack Show in Ketchikan to gold panning in Juneau, the White Pass scenic railroad in Skagway, a rainforest bicycle tour, rock climbing,
When it comes to dinner, Alex (short for Alexandra) Makaev, 9, says that when she is aboard the Regent Seven Seas Mariner she prefers Dover sole or Black Angus filet mignon.
Molly Brown, like others of her era, came to Glenwood Springs, about 40 miles north of Aspen and a three-hour drive from Denver, for the clean mountain air and to “take the waters” at the famous mineral Glenwood Hot Springs
The first thing you notice is the noise. Happy Noise. Kids playing.Welcome to the Kids Market on Granville Island in Vancouver
Welcome to the Fairmont Waterfront, which takes that commitment seriously — complete with 250,000 bees producing 125 pounds of honey every year.