Re: O/T Interesting Places you\'ve been
Wow, I don't even know where to begin. I've been so many interesting places (All in the good ole USA) that I could fill a whole thread myself.
I spent my first years on a tiny island called Isle Royale on Lake Superior, No cars, no houses (other than Park Service Employees) and lots of Moose and wolves.
Then spent many years wheeling in my father's old K5 Blazer in the mountains of Colorado. Lots of interesting ghost towns, abandoned mines, etc.
Then The family moved to Juneau, Alaska which provided un unrivaled supply of interesting things to see. One of my favorites is the Mendenhall Glacier. It was about 2 miles from my house and viewable from my dining room window. It is absolutely beautiful. There are trails all around for hiking, mountain biking, etc. I'll attach a picture of me in front of it, but it doesn't really do it justice. You can actually walk right up to the face of it.
I have LOTS of pictures of Juneau and would be happy to share them if anyone wants to see. It's an absolutely amazing beautiful place (as ALL of Alaska is) and I urge all of you to take a trip up there sometime.
My wife and i are both from there and are heading back in a few weeks to visit family and friends. I am sure that we will both hate to leave. [img]images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]