Crater Lake National Park was formed by a VERY big volcano – the lake is 6 miles across and 2000 feet deep. We’re talking BIG VOLCANO.
I’ve traveled to Seattle for business many times, have hit the tourist spots and even drove up to the Cascades once in winter with a good friend and business associate, but had never ventured over to Olympic National Park – just “never had the time”.
“Don’t blink, it goes by in a heartbeat.” I often use this phrase when speaking with parents of young children. The time we get to spend with children as they grow and begin seeing the world in new and different ways is one of the greatest joys of being a parent.
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What 12K mile road trip would be complete without a few dives!
While getting fitted for a Madiera wreck dive in Lake Superior, we heard the rumble of thunder. The storm location and hour drive north of Duluth, MN provided a beautiful day and dive. Vis a bit low due to recent rains, but, extremely enjoyable and we were also able to make some new inquisitive friends – Sculpins – Give your pics the Vivid-Pix Fix!...
Understanding camera settings, like we discussed in Digital Photography Tips Part 2, is fundimental. However, there are things out there that can enhance your images, and those are filters and software.
Our memories are the stories of us. They’re the bridge to our past that links us to our grandparents, parents, siblings, children, grandchildren, and friends. Like treasured heirlooms, our memories teach us that the bonds of family and friendship need to be cherished above all else. Sharing those memories enriches our lifeby bringing us closer to our loved ones.