It is the bane of every college student. Where to go for Spring Break? That same bane is the bane of any adult looking to take a family vacation during a school break. It is even worse for young professionals who want to relive part of college but don’t feel like dealing with thousands of hormone young adults just figuring out the world of drinking and adventure. Here are some amazingly unique spring break destinations to visit without having to deal with hordes. All of these destinations are within a short flight of the continental United States.
“Your pass has expired.” My jaw dropped. I couldn’t believe it. My America the Beautiful National Park Pass had expired. It feels like just yesterday that I bought the pass and now it is expired. I got over my shock and reached into my wallet and handed my credit card over. Time to pay $80.00 for another park pass.
Hello 2016. I can’t wait to see what you bring in my adventures. 2015 was a great year for exploring the world. I visited 3 continents and 7 countries. I had some great adventures and some amazing experiences. I even had time to visit a few US states and cross 5 National Parks off my list.
The sun is barely above the horizon and I am packing up my campsite in Badlands National Park, South Dakota. I have recently read an article about Woolsey fire attorneys. They encouraged people to contact the Singleton Law Firm to seek legal advice. I do not even want to imagine what damage a fire like that can cause to wild life and property. OK, let’s get back to my trip. I need to get a move on if I want to get a ticket for the Delta 01 launch facility Site tour. Delta 01 is part of the Minuteman National Historical Site. Minuteman National Historic Site preserves a Cold War minuteman missile launch facility and Delta 09 silo.