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Beautiful Places on Earth!

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There are so many beautiful places on our Earth!

Post some pictures or tell us about some of the beautiful places that you'd like to visit - or places that you've been!

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Here are some of my favorite beautiful places:


The Amalfi Coast in Italy                     Yosemite National Park, CA

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happy earthday

by on Apr. 19, 2012 at 1:05 PM
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by Silver Member on Apr. 20, 2012 at 12:19 AM

 El Yunque, Puerto Rico.. been there too :)

by on Apr. 20, 2012 at 12:20 AM


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by Silver Member on Apr. 20, 2012 at 12:30 AM

San Juan, Puerto Rico. 

by Silver Member on Apr. 20, 2012 at 12:34 AM

The sky.. above earth :) 

by on Apr. 20, 2012 at 11:36 AM

Quoting yvonne37:

 Tahiti  :)  i want to go here some day.

Me too!

by on Apr. 20, 2012 at 4:32 PM


The other day, I met a bear,
A great big bear, Oh way out there.

(Same lines in unison)

He looked at me, I looked at him,
He sized up me, I sized up him.

He said to me, "Why don't you run?
I see you ain't, Got any gun."

I says to him, "That's a good idea."
"Now legs get going, get me out of here!"

And so I ran, Away from there,
But right behind me, Was that bear.

In front of me, There was a tree,
A great big tree, Oh glory be!

The lowest branch, Was ten feet up,
So I thought I'd jump, And trust my luck.

And so I jumped, Into the air,
But I missed that branch, A way up there.

Now don't you fret, And don't you frown,
I Caught that branch, On the way back down!

This is the end, There aint no more,
Unless I see, That bear once more.

by on Apr. 20, 2012 at 4:39 PM
View of the Watchman peak from West Rim Drive.

NPS employee

Plowed West Rim Drive below Watchman.

For a brief time each year, Crater Lake National Park emerges from winter hibernation to bask in summertime glory. Early season visitors are often surprised by the amount of snow which remains long into months which are considered mid-summer in most parts of the country. Even most park roads are closed into the late spring which gives a picture of the far more dominant winter scene sensed even in June and early July.
During this brief summertime window, one maginficent day typically follows another. For visitors, these few months provide the best opportunity for a comfortable visit. Many interpretive programs are offered which encourage a deeper understanding of the lake and the park. Hiking and camping are popular activities. Fishing for trout and salmon in the lake is also a favorite pastime. And for park staff, this short season provides the only access to numerous projects long buried under the snow.
However, from October to June, the park turns into a snow covered wilderness, receiving an average of 533 inches of snow annually. A wide variety of trails and unplowed roads provide winter enthusiasts with access to breaththaking views, open slopes, and dense forests, making Crater Lake ideal for both daytrippers and backcountry campers who are prepared to face the challenges of winter. By early spring it is typical to have 10 to 15 feet of snow on the ground. While snowfall is common in the Cascade Mountains, Crater Lake is one of the snowiest areas in the entire Northwest. Even in the long, harsh winter months, Crater Lake National Park can still provide the hearty visitor with a phenomenal outdoor experience.
Crater Lake from Cleetwood Trail

Crater Lake

by on Apr. 20, 2012 at 4:46 PM

Lake Havasu 

by Colleen on Apr. 20, 2012 at 8:38 PM

by Colleen on Apr. 20, 2012 at 8:39 PM

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