#1 Museum Club Located in Flagstaff, the Museum Club was originally owned by Dean Eldredge. Back in 1931, he opened this pine lodge to showcase his collection of oddities. Among the items that people came to gawk at were taxadermied animals that commonly had too many legs, too few eyes, or too many heads altogether.
North Carolina ranks in the top three for best higher education systems in the United States. NC universities are recognized for their exceptional graduation rates and close student-to-faculty ratio. The Tar Hell state is also home to our nation’s first ever public university, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. As you’ll notice in
Oklahoma City has a lot to offer. It’s not some backwards town in the midwest, it’s actually quite progressive and beautiful. The city government seems to be more on the side of “green” living as well as promoting feelings of serenity. There are many activities to take part in and things to see in Oklahoma
During the month of October many states across the U.S. hold festivals. It’s the end of the harvest and cooler longer nights are ahead. These harvest-based festivals are quite common, but in Albuquerque they do something quite unique. It’s the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta! Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta The Balloon Fiesta began in 1972 as
#1 Lyman Lake State Park encompasses 1,200 acres! The elevation is about 6, 000 feet. #2 The park hugs the shore of a 1,500 acre reservoir. The reservoir was created by blocking off the Little Colorado River. Melting snow from Mount Baldy and Escudilla Mountain — the second and third highest mountains in Arizona! — feeds