From the striking glaciers of Kenai Fjords to the historical lore of Gettysburg, these are the spots you don’t want to miss.
Timing is everything when traveling to the marquee national parks, and summer is high season, meaning you're competing with thousands of people for views, the animals are as far away from the crowds as possible, and hiking trails may feel more like a freeway than a serene escape into nature. The fix? Travel to Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon, and Yosemite National Parks during the “shoulder seasons” of early spring (before Memorial Day) and late fall (after Labor Day) to escape the crowds and enjoy these pristine landmarks as they were meant to be experienced.
Former Independent: This article is a good example of why we need to revise the immigration laws in the US to reflect today's situation. Few would bar legal immigrants access to areas in this country, but why do the courts and immigration department send people to cities/states without first consulting with the planners in those locales, for example?