President Obama Designates 3 New California National Monuments

President Obama added 3 new California National Monuments to the roster over Presidents Weekend which, all told, add 1.8 million acres of protected land to the system. The new Monuments; Mojave Trails National Monument, Sand to Snow National Monument, and Castle Mountains National Monument are located in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties in the sprawling Sonoran and Mojave deserts connecting the Mojave National Preserve, Joshua Tree National Park, San Bernardino National Forest, and fifteen wilderness areas previously designated by Congress, creating a series of protected lands stretching hundreds of miles.

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Glacier National Park ~ 5 Areas to Discover to Enhance Your Experience

A trip to Glacier National Park is an adventure that you will treasure the rest of your life. Located along the Canadian border in western Montana, Glacier NP was established in 1910 and became the 8th National Park. Given the nickname, Crown of the Continent, it was a popular destination on The Great Northern Railway which was developed, in part, to expose the ‘Eastern Folk ‘ to the Great American West and Glacier National Park was one of the highlights along the cross-country journey. The marketing campaign “See America First” was created, in part, to get railroad travelers to head west and visit Glacier.

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Sequoia NP ~ 5 Wintertime Tips

Sequoia National Park was the second established, and the first to protect a living organism - the giant sequoia trees, which by the time of this protection in September of 1890, had already started to be ravaged by logging.  Just one sequoia tree could produce enough...

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Get Up & Get Out with WBNL Gear!

Give the gift of inspiration this year by sharing WBNL Gear under the tree with fellow Wanderers.  We have cozy T's and Hoodies that will make a statement as you get up and get out on your quest to be forever Wandering But Not Lost.  Visit Shop WBNL today - make sure...

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Fenway Park is Arguably the Most Famous Ballpark in the MLB

It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in March of 2012, a month before the centennial of the field. Seating is varied as the ballpark has been modified over the years which makes it very interesting, historic, but interesting. On our last visit we were in a older section and my knees literally touched the seat in front of me. 9 innings of that wasn’t going to work so we spent the game walking around the stadium, which was awesome. Grogs and dogs all around!

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