OT: 30 Landscapes You Won't Believe Are in the U.S.

John jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com
Thu Sep 3 15:35:44 EDT 2020


On 9/1/2020 01:29:37, John Francis wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 31, 2020 at 11:04:25AM -0400, John wrote:
>> I've been to 5 of them as an adult; 7 if you count Yosemite that my parents
>> took the kids to see back during one of the two California trips that
>> included me.
> 
> Hmm.  I'm pretty sure I've been to more than that.  Let's see:
> 
> Acadia, Bryce Canyon, Death Valley, Grand Canyon, King's Canyon, Sequoia, Yosemite, Zion.
> (It certainly helps living in California; all but one of those we've visited by driving
> from home since we moved here 25 years ago.  Acadia we visited when we lived back east,
> and took our local Girl Scout troop camping in Acadia one year).
> 
> I've been to Yosemite more than once.  Larry and I took a quick trip out there when I had
> just purchased my K5.  One of these years I'll get out there during the spring snowmelt.
> 
> My bucket list includes Joshua Tree and the parks in Oregon and Washington (state).
> I suppose I should visit my closest one, too - Pinnacles - it's visible from around here.
> 
> 

My "bucket list" includes all of them, but I don't expect I'll actually get a 
full bucket.

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