Depending on the weather, I may be doing the drive in this video today - starting in West Yellowstone and heading to the Lower Geyser Basin, along the Madison River, home of Old Faithful and many other geysers. Therefore, today I’m queueing up a series of videos from the Montana Department of Tourism exploring Yellowstone National Park. Maybe if the internets work I’ll have a chance to share an original photo or two. Enjoy!
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin
@southwest-radfems - southern California, New Mexico, Arizona
Not finding your area? Make a blog! If you build it, they will come.
Areas without a blog:
USA: Alaska, Hawaii, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kentucky, (those 3 can probs just be added to already existing blogs but y'all will have to talk to them about that), whatever part of the Eastern seaboard that isn’t included in the mid Atlantic blog.
Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Territory
Making the drive cross country was the most patriotic experience I’ve ever felt. It’s incredible to see what our country has to offer. The different landscapes and ways of life. Even though I drove from Washington to New York alone, I had the time of my life. Highlights were driving through Montana & Wyoming… Especially while listening to Nick Offerman’s “Paddle Your Own Canoe”.
so there are a lot of you on here from different states and countries, and i’m genuinely curious to know who is from where. bold which applies to you and reblog. it’s super simple and takes little time to do. you never know who could be your neighbor.
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Each state in the USA has it’s own tales of haunted hotels, houses, and various other places. But each state has what is considered their “most haunted” spot. What is your state’s most haunted place?
1. Alabama - Sloss Furnaces (Birmingham) 2. Alaska - UAA’s Wendy Williamson Auditorium (Anchorage) 3. Arizona - Bird Cage Theater (Tombstone) 4. Arkansas - The Crescent Hotel (Eureka Springs) 5. California - Alcatraz Island (San Francisco) 6. Colorado - The Stanley Hotel (Estes Park) 7. Connecticut - Seaside Sanatorium (Waterford) 8. Delaware - Fort Delaware (Pea Patch Island) 9. Florida - Florida Theatre (Jacksonville) 10. Georgia - Kennesaw House (Marietta) 11. Hawaii - ‘lolani Place (Honolulu) 12. Idaho - Old Idaho State Penitentiary (Boise) 13. Illinois - Congress Plaza Hotel (Chicago) 14. Indiana - French Lick Springs Hotel (French Lick) 15. Iowa - Villisca Ax Murder House (Villisca) 16. Kansas - The Sallie House (Atchison) 17. Kentucky - Waverly Hills Sanatorium (Louisville) 18. Louisiana - The Myrtles Plantation (St. Francisville) 19. Maine - Wood Island Lighthouse (Wood Island) 20. Maryland - Antietam Battlefield (Sharpsburg) 21. Massachusetts - The Lizzie Borden House (Fall River) 22. Michigan - Henderson Castle (Kalamazoo) 23. Minnesota - Forepaugh’s Restaurant (St. Paul) 24. Mississippi - Cedar Grove Mansion (Vicksburg) 25. Missouri - Lemp Mansion (St. Louis) 26. Montana - The University of Montana (Missoula) 27. Nebraska - Nebraska State Capitol (Lincoln) 28. Nevada - Virginia City 29. New Hampshire - Pine Hill Cemetery (Hollis) 30. New Jersey - Seabrook-Wilson House (Port Monmouth) 31. New Mexico - Highway 666 32. New York - The Amityville Horror House (Amityville) 33. North Carolina - Brown Mountain Lights (Burke and Caldwell Counties) 34. North Dakota - Liberty Memorial Building (Bismarck) 35. Ohio - The Ridges (Athens) 36. Oklahoma - Skirvin Hotel (Oklahoma City) 37. Oregon - McMenamin’s White Eagle Saloon (Portland) 38. Pennsylvania - Gettysburg Battlefields (Gettysburg) 39. Rhode Island - The Ladd School (Exeter) 40. South Carolina - Old Charleston Jail (Charleston) 41. South Dakota - Bullock Hotel (Deadwood) 42. Tennessee - Loretta Lynn Plantation House (Hurricane Mills) 43. Texas - The Alamo (San Antonio) 44. Utah - Westminster College (Salt Lake City) 45. Vermont - The University of Vermont (Burlington) 46. Virginia - Ferry Plantation House (Virginia Beach) 47. Washington - The Palace Hotel (Port Townshend) 48. West Virginia - West Virginia State Penitentiary (Moundsville) 49. Wisconsin - Summerwind Mansion (West Bay Lake) 50. Wyoming - Wyoming Frontier Prison (Rawlins)
Fun Fact Friday: To Migrate or To Staycation? Sagebrush is a Great Home for These Birds
By Nancy Patterson, Public Affairs Specialist, Greater Sage-Grouse Rocky Mountain Region
Brrr! It’s getting cold out in northern sagebrush country! With snow beginning to fall, animals are on the move. Like Greater sage-grouse, more than 350 species call this place home, but some only spend part of the year here and others stay year-round.
Many birds head south. Sage thrashers and Brewer’s sparrows fly to the warmer southern United States and Mexico. Swainson’s Hawks left months ago, gathered into kettles of tens of thousands of birds to travel all the way to Argentina for the winter months. Imagine doing a round-trip trek of more than 12,000 miles from South America to northern North America each year like these world travelers do!
For some, the sagebrush landscape is their favorite winter resting spot. All summer Rough-legged hawks spent in the Arctic tundra. Their journey south brings some of them to the western sagebrush landscape. You might see them perched on utility poles, transmission lines, fence posts, and other high ground throughout the winter months.