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Briksdalsbreen Glacier, Norway

Briksdalsbreen Glacier, Norway

Writer's Edit: 8 Secrets to Writing Strong Character Relationships

Writer's Edit: 8 Secrets to Writing Strong Character Relationships

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Beautiful Vietnam http://www.travelandtransitions.com/destinations/destination-advice/asia/

The valley view from the surface of Exit Glacier. Visiting Alaska’s glaciers is one of the state’s most iconic experiences. But oohing and aahing from a distant viewing platform or from the deck of a cruise ship aren’t the only ways you can encounter these grand natural wonders.

Experiencing Alaska’s glaciers in Kenai Fjords National Park

The valley view from the surface of Exit Glacier. Visiting Alaska’s glaciers is one of the state’s most iconic experiences. But oohing and aahing from a distant viewing platform or from the deck of a cruise ship aren’t the only ways you can encounter these grand natural wonders.

✯ Lac De Sils, Switzerland

✯ Lac De Sils, Switzerland

Mount Roraima, Venezuela

Mount Roraima, Venezuela

"Mullaloo Beach, Western Australia" (quote)

"Mullaloo Beach, Western Australia" (quote)

Woodrow Wilson was never likely to be revered as one of America's mightiest presidents. He was an academic, a quiet man, rather than a thumper of tubs. But he made a lasting contribution to his country's narrative when, on 25 August 1916, he signed the National Park Service (NPS) into existence. He did so, he said, “to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife therein, and to provide the enjoyment of the same in such a manner as will leave them unimpaired for…

US National Parks at 100: ​From frozen Alaska to Death Valley's desert

Woodrow Wilson was never likely to be revered as one of America's mightiest presidents. He was an academic, a quiet man, rather than a thumper of tubs. But he made a lasting contribution to his country's narrative when, on 25 August 1916, he signed the National Park Service (NPS) into existence. He did so, he said, “to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife therein, and to provide the enjoyment of the same in such a manner as will leave them unimpaired for…

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