Arizona’s Meteor Crater

Meteor Crater is way more than a big hole in the ground, so don’t let that be your attitude if you’re passing by on I-40 in Arizona. It’s pretty cool history, so spend 45 minutes here if you have the time. Scientists estimate that a huge meteorite slammed into this part of the world about […]

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Texas’ Only National Monument

I headed north this past weekend to explore the northern parts of the Texas panhandle. One of my stops was the state’s only national monument. The Alibates (pronounced ALLEY-bates) Flint Quarries National Monument is near the city of Fritch. As you enter into the park area, you’ll notice hillsides covered with white rocks. These rocks […]

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