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See the Natural Wonders of the World in 2021

See the Natural Wonders of the World in 2021

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 29, 2020 0

It’s time to say farewell to 2020; and for many of us, we’re happy to do it—perhaps more so than for any other year we’ve ever experienced. For those smitten with wanderlust, 2020 was

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Bryce Canyon Video: A Bright Spot in a Bleak Year

Bryce Canyon Video: A Bright Spot in a Bleak Year

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 22, 2020 0

After almost a year of isolation, lockdowns, mask-wearing, and strained relationships with family and friends, you might think that there’s not much good to say about 2020 as we come to its end. But

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A City Park Visit Lifts Your Mood as Much as Christmas

A City Park Visit Lifts Your Mood as Much as Christmas

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 15, 2020 0

Santa Claus has long been known as the world’s biggest spreader of happiness and joy, but he now has some competition when it comes to eliciting smiles on Christmas Day. Recent research shows that

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Antarctica Snow Is Made of Stardust

Antarctica Snow Is Made of Stardust

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 8, 2020 0

There’s something special about snow. Snow days. Snow forts. Snowmen. Snowshoeing. Sledding. Walking in a winter wonderland. And every winter, when it looks like the Earth has been washed clean once again, I feel

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Utah’s Canyons: Structures, Spectacles and Straight-Up Lands

Utah’s Canyons: Structures, Spectacles and Straight-Up Lands

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 1, 2020 0

A strange, three-sided, metallic monolith was discovered in an undisclosed spot somewhere in Utah’s canyons during a helicopter survey of bighorn sheep on November 18, 2020. The Utah Department of Public Safety workers who

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