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21903   Colorado: Aspen Summer  
John Harrington
The sun is warm. The ski slopes are a blanket of wildflowers and greenery, and the chair lifts stand like silent sentries from another season. You find yourself wondering, "What ... Issue Date: 7 / 1993

10937   New Jersey: Cape May  
Judith K. Cox.
As the nation''s oldest seashore resort, with over eight hundred Victorian structures still standing. Cape May, New Jersey, is the jewel of the Jersey shore. Colored like ... Issue Date: 5 / 1993

10533   California: Eugene O' Neill's Tao House  
Margaret Shelgren
Describing himself as one who never really felt at home, America''s great playwright--be-cause of his father''s stage career--had known only hotel rooms in his earliest years. ... Issue Date: 1 / 1993

20637   Southwest: Ancient Places in America  
Gregory Mcnamee
The English writer Rose Macauley, in one of the lovely phrases that mark her work, deemed "the pleasure of ruins" one of the great rewards of travel. Few voyagers standing among ... Issue Date: 10 / 1992

17173   North Carolina: A Salute to Peace  
Sherry Von Ohlsen
An adventure, I told myself as I arrived at Willowgrove Air Force Base in Pennsylvania on a cool, airy June morning. I was to join a group of journalists and photographers who ... Issue Date: 12 / 1990

17174   New Jersey: Red's Christmas  
James Randall
Jets of flame bursting above the oil tanks illuminated the creeping geometry of elevated piping systems flanking the New Jersey Turnpike. Like other travelers that cold Christmas ... Issue Date: 12 / 1990

17058   Adventure: Yo-Ho-Ho and a Treasure of Fun  
Harvey Hagman
Erick Messing has lived an adventure most teenagers only dream about. At age eleven, he dove down to a Spanish galleon, the Maravillas, sunk deep in the crystal blue waters off ... Issue Date: 8 / 1990

16952   Arizona: Riding the River  
Catharine Reeve
Visitors who stand at the south rim of Arizona''s world-famous Grand Canyon are often moved to silence by the vast geological wonder that stretches for miles before them. ... Issue Date: 4 / 1990

17870   North Carolina: Thar's Gold in Them Thar Hills - Diamonds and Emeralds and More  
Steven Kaplan
Fifteen-year-old Seth Hammer may have though it a bit corny, traveling with his family to North Carolina on an expedition to dig for emeralds. The Hammers are city folk, after ... Issue Date: 3 / 1990

16461   Across the Nation: The Inn Way to Travel  
Gail Greco
When travelers covered dusty roads at a clip-clop pace in the early days of American independence, a crude sign reading "Guests" spelled rest and refreshment to weary ... Issue Date: 5 / 1989

13601   Adventure: There and Back Again - Group Challenge in the Wild  
Deborah Boldt
(Fade in) Exterior--Smoky Mountains. Medium shot of group on top of rock cliff. Daylight. Eight women, ages twenty-seven to seventy-two, huddle together on the windswept ... Issue Date: 4 / 1988

11651   New Mexico: Getting Above It All in Albuquerque  
Carl and Ann Purcell
The old Toyota lurched and bounced across the washboard road leading into the launch site at Cutter Field in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the headlights stabbing into the cold ... Issue Date: 9 / 1986

10233   Adventure: Out on a Limb With a Wing Walker  
Nour David
WING WALKER WANTED - no experience necessary. Male or female considered. To perform Sundays at Flying Circus Aerodrome near Washington. Pay not great, but glory commensurate ... Issue Date: 8 / 1986

10881   Massachusetts: Whale Lovers Catch an Eyeful in Gloucester  
Heidi Hughes and Tom Valega
"Thar she blows! Whale at one o''clock! Looks like a hump back!" That''s not the call of a nineteenth-century whaling boat off Hawaii; rather, it''s a cry that can be heard ... Issue Date: 7 / 1986

10057   Mississippi: Riverboatin' - Getting to the Heart of America's Heartland  
William F. Willoughby
The first mate may not take to the beer keg these days to get the steamboat back afloat, but should either the Mississippi Queen or the Delta Queen ever get hung up, count on ... Issue Date: 4 / 1986

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