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Seth McConnell, The Denver Post
Driving down La Veta Pass into the San Luis Valley, the yellow pop of aspen near its peak, we still believed we were just passing through.  
 
Francois Mori, AP
As if visiting the Paris Catacombs in the daytime wasn't creepy enough — you can now visit the underground maze of skeletons after nightfall, too.  
 
 
Brett Prettyman/The Salt Lake Tribune /
Boundary Waters, Minn. » The idea of flipping an 18 1/2-foot, 42-pound canoe over your head and hauling it a mile on your shoulders may not immediately be considered a fun trip.   Full Story

 
Author William Least Heat Moon calls the ribbons of two-lane road across the United States "Blue Highways" because they were once colored blue on maps.   Full Story

 
 
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