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Estes Park is the quaint town at the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. It is packed full of fun touristy things to do in town, but my favorite is to take a scenic drive in the surrounding area. Hop on HWY 34 from Loveland - take the Glen Haven turn off - get a fantastic view of Estes valley - bypass downtown and head straight up through the National Park to take in the natural beauty of the mountains - on the way back home stop in downtown to buy a malt or coffee. Remember to bring your camera and binoculars!
This is a map of "The Avenue" (W. 36th St.) The Avenue is a staple of Baltimore culture. It has plenty of shops, diners, and vintage charm. I especially like the south side of the street and this map shows a few reasons why!
As an assemblage artist I have a blast looking for found objects, inspiration & eating good food in Santa Fe, N.M. I bet there are others who would love spending 3-5 days doing the same.
Canyon Largo is a giant piece of BLM/public land 4 times the length of Manhattan, 50+miles long from the beginning (Blanco, NM) to the end where it meets up with the state highway.
The canyon is full of the remains of 3 cultures, the Anasazi /Pueblo people (1200 B.C. to A.D. 1300), Navajo and early Hispanic settlers. This is my favorite hiking spot. Quiet, endless, remote, surprising, harsh, beautiful and none of it paved.
No time is bad time to be in Big Sur. You can go in January to see the whales, December to see the monarch butterflies, May to see the wildflowers, or anytime to see the redwoods, waterfalls, mountaintops, seals, tide pools, beaches and sunsets.