Roosevelt Park

At first glance, this small neighborhood park in Edison, New Jersey doesn’t look like much. Yet, local residents seem to like the place, as it is often quite crowded. Families … Continue Reading →

Sacred Garden of Maliko

In the upcountry town of Makawao, away from Maui’s crowded resorts, the¬†Sacred Garden of Maliko is a garden and a refuge, not a place to hide but rather to expose … Continue Reading →

Temecula Old Town

Part of the “Inland Empire”, Temecula is a thriving southern California city. In between tours of the local wineries and balloon rides over the vineyards, a walk through Old Town, … Continue Reading →

Pompeys Pillar

Pompeys Pillar is a giant sandstone rock containing the only physical evidence of the route taken by Lewis and Clark during their monumental exploration of the American west. Captain William … Continue Reading →

Heart of Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill is most famous as the home of the University of North Carolina, the nation’s first state university. The town essentially grew up around the university and much commercial … Continue Reading →