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We made through April Fool’s Day without incident as much of the country basks in the glow of spring and embraces the renewal that the season brings – except in the extreme northern climes of the lower 48. Here in Maine, I woke up to a foot or so of snow on the ground thanks to yesterday’s nor’easter, so I guess spring won’t make a real appearance around here for a little while yet.

While we are thawing out in New England, I am going to take you to some of the most beautiful places on God’s Green Earth. We’ll go deep underground to explore the World’s Biggest Cave only to travel to The Greatest Mountain to touch the sky, awe-struck by the Handiwork of God, touched by its diversity, yet stunned by its uniqueness.

Get comfy, grab a cup of coffee, read on and absorb the beauty of the world before you. The trip’s on me. 🙂

  • Plus One: The World’s Biggest Cave A trip to Viet Nam reveals an underground world that is almost beyond belief. This cave is indescribable as mere words can’t come near expressing its enormity or the scope of its beauty.
  • Maine Minutiae: The Greatest Mountain – Only a few feet short of a mile high, Mount Katahdin is the highest point in the state of Maine. It was a sacred place to the Penobscot Indians. See why by exploring The Greatest Mountain with us.
  • Colorado Chronicles: The Healing Waters – Pagosa Springs is home to The Healing Waters, as they were called by the Ute Indians of the day. It’s a gorgeous place in a remarkable world.

I think you’ll like what you see so much, you’ll want to pass it on to your friends and family. The places we visit in this post are that special. or your money back. 🙂

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