We had a fantastic time in Chicago, and saw so many wonderful things, but one of the more unexpected places we visited was the Museum of Science and Industry. While it was on our list of things we would like to see, it wasn’t on our lists of things we HAD to see, like the Willis (Sears) Tower, the Navy Pier, the Art Institute of Chicago, and Millennium Park. However, after hearing other guests talking about how much they enjoyed their visits, we decided we would check it out one day. We were both so glad we were able to spend a few hours exploring this intriguing museum. Continue reading “Explore the Intriguing Museum of Science and Industry – Chicago”
On our recent trip to North and South Dakota, we took a side trip to see Devils Tower in Wyoming. It was quite fascinating to see. It is located above the Belle Fourche River and is actually part of the Black Hills. The tower is igneous, and rises dramatically 1,267 feet above the surrounding terrain and the summit is 5,114 feet above sea level. The monument’s boundary encloses an area of 1,347 acres, and interestingly enough, was the first declared United States National Monument, established on September 24, 1906, by President Theodore Roosevelt. Continue reading “Visit or Climb Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming”
THIS RAFFLE IS NOW OVER, BUT COME BACK TO MY SITE THE BEGINNING OF OCTOBER. I WILL BE DOING ANOTHER RAFFLE FROM OUR TRIP TO NYC. THANKS FOR READING!