Taking a trip to Key West is like going stepping back into the 1950’s road trip. Key West, Florida is the southernmost city in the continental United States. Much of the city’s attractions relate to its history, nightlife, and fun. From visiting Ernest Hemingway’s home to President Truman’s Little Whitehouse to Sloppy Joe’s Bar, most tourists come to Key West to see these amazing places. Key West is so much more than just a mecca for nightlife. The city is home to some top-notch top outdoor adventures. Here are the best outdoor activities in Key West.
March is a special month for women around the world. In the United States. March is women’s history month. Our school will share stories of amazing women who helped change and shape our country. March 8 is International Women’s Day. The holiday celebrates women’s accomplishments from around the world. Both celebrations, remind women that we have made great strides but our work isn’t done. Here is an epic road trip around the United States tracking the United States Suffragette Movement. The road will twist in turn thru various spots in the suffragette movement to make an epic road trip.
On my cross-country road trip from Tennessee to Colorado, I overshot by destination and ended up in Arizona. Since I was already there, I stopped to visit Petrified Forest National Park. Petrified Forest is a modern desert known for its fossilized wood from forest long past. This was a budget trip and I was trying to camp as much as possible to save money. The park does not have a campground. BUT one can get a backpacking permit for Painted Desert camping.
2017 is almost over. It is time to begin planning your 2018 outdoor adventures. I asked my fellow travel bloggers to share their recommendations for a 2018 outdoor adventure. I had a tremendous response and had to break up the responses by region. Keep a look out of my other 2018 region adventure lists. Here are 18 travel bloggers recommendations for North American Outdoor Adventures in 2018.
“Road impassable when wet.” I roll my eyes at this statement. I have been to enough national parks and monuments to know my limits and how cautious the National Park Service has gotten. Little did I know that park service’s warning was more than the usual overreaction. I had quite an adventure while camping at Echo Park in Dinosaur National Monument.