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Places I've Been

Places I've Been

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Eiffel Tower, Paris

Sainte Chapelle #Paris #France

Impessive shot of St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork #Ireland

Blarney Castle, Cork City #Ireland

le poulbot, le montmarte, paris

Visited Mont Saint Michel in France and felt transported in time while wandering the streets and enjoyed an amazing view of the shifting tides from our small rustic room.

Climbed to the top of the lighthouse in Cape Hatteras, NC. Photo by Earl Orf.

Rang some rocks with the kids - great fun ----- Ringing Rocks Park, Upper Black Eddy, PA. A about 7-8 acre field of boulders. When the rocks are struck with a hammer, they ring with a sound similar to a metal pipe being struck.

In Nova Scotia the baby beluga whale came up to our small boat and played fetch with a small ball. It came along side the boat and let us touch it's head. ---- This photo is probably the same whale. A Wild Beluga Whale in Nova Scotia, Canada. Photograph by Richard Hobson.

Prince Edward Island - Howe Point

Charming place to visit - so full of history and if you every read the books or saw the movies it brings it to life. ---- Anne of Green Gables House, Prince Edward Island National Park, Prince Edward Island, Canada

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    Jeanne Harmon

    Love Lucy Maude Montgomery's writings.

Imaging a thriving community and then it was lost , a humbling experience ----- Cliff Palace in Mesa Verde National Park, is an Ancient Pueblo structure which is the largest cliff dwelling in North America.

The temperature was 113 degrees that day - blistering for someone from the East coast. ---- Death Valley - The sailing stones (sliding rocks, moving rocks) are a geological phenomenon where rocks move in long tracks along a smooth valley floor without human or animal intervention.

Saw some hoodoos - vivid colors, stunning formations at Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. ---- A hoodoo (is a tall thin spire of rock) composed of soft sedimentary rock and topped by a piece of harder, less easily-eroded stone that protects the column from the elements.