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As 4th largest country in the world, the United States has hundreds of popular and well-known travel attractions. But within her borders lie immense natural beauty, which is rarely seen by most travelers. If you appreciate nature or are an outdoor fan, and are looking for unique Spring Break destinations, keep on reading to see some of the best places to add to your next travel itinerary. Forgo crowded beaches; take a rest from the drunkard norm, because in this list, we bring out 25 of the most unique spring break destinations in the USA.
A prime spot for rock climbing in the Northeast, the Delaware Water Gap is great for hikers, nature lovers, and anglers. Take on the park by foot or auto with over 100 miles (160 km) of hiking and roadways.
A major breeding ground and stopover for birds migrating along the Atlantic coast, Bombay Hook is a birdwatchers paradise. The best times to visit are in October and November when over 150,000 ducks and geese fly south.
Iron oxide makes up the beautiful red-orange colors of the canyons and cliffs bordering Arizona and Utah which look more like a painting than a park.
If you want some good white water rafting or kayaking in the Northwest, visit the North Umpqua River. With rapids up to Class IV, the late summer is best for the more adventurous willing to wind their ways around the rocks of the lower water level. There’s also a section for fly-fishing and a riverside trail.
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On Wednesday, it was announced that DreamWorks and Steven Spielberg bought the rights to historian Doris Kearns Goodwin’s next presidential biography, which will tell the story of the tumultuous relationship between Presidents Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft. Kearns Goodwin, of course, wrote the seminal book Team of Rivals, which helped form the basis of Spielberg’s Oscar-nominated film Lincoln.
That movie featured an immense, fully immersive performance by Daniel Day-Lewis in the role as the 16th Commander in Chief, which won him a well-deserved Academy Award. And so obviously, the question is, will he make the major commitment required to play these two hefty, historic figures?
If you’ve seen There Will Be Blood, you know at the very least that the man can wear a mustache. We had our intrepid design team dream up what he might look like as Taft and Roosevelt. Thoughts?
I’m Samantha Jayne, the creator of “Quarter Life Poetry”. I wanted to make light of the daily struggles my friends and I face as mid-20-somethings. Theres a lot of missed expectations, frustrations, and self-doubt that Ive been experiencing at this age. So I began writing poems and accompanying them with little illustrations and posting them up on Instagram and Tumblr.
I had no idea that a LOT of other 20-somethings felt the same way. Now with 50k Instagram subscribers, its been totally wild seeing people tag their friends in my poems and relating to them on a personal level. It makes me feel way less alone in my daily struggles, and hopefully makes other people feel like we’re all in this together. I hope you enjoy!
WASHINGTON — The State Department supports Rev. Jesse Jackson’s offer to help secure the release of Kenneth Bae, an American imprisoned in North Korea, its deputy spokeswoman said on Monday.
“At the request of the Bae family, I think people are aware that Reverend Jesse Jackson had offered to travel to Pyongyang on a humanitarian mission focused on Bae’s release,” said deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf in the State Department daily press briefing. “We support the efforts, of course, of the family, but also of Reverend Jackson to bring Kenneth Bae home. So again we want him to come home, the North Koreans should release him, and we stand ready to send our folks in certainly, Ambassador King, if they reissue an offer.”
Harf said she did not know if the State Department had had contact with Jackson about traveling to Pyongyang.
The North Koreans this week rescinded their invitation to the State Department’s North Korea envoy Robert King, who had planned to travel to Pyongyang to negotiate Bae’s release. This is the second time they have rescinded the invitation.
“We have been speaking with Rev. Jackson for the last few weeks,” said Bae’s sister Terri Chung in a statement. “We are pleased that Rev. Jackson has agreed to undertake a humanitarian mission to seek Kenneth’s release, if granted permission to do so from the DPRK. We fully support his efforts.”
“My mother and I had the opportunity to meet with Rev. Jackson and have been touched by his warmth, generosity of spirit, and his investment in bringing Kenneth home,” Chung said. “Regardless of the outcome, we are deeply grateful to Rev. Jackson for his proactive pursuits of Kenneth’s freedom.”
A spokesperson for Jackson did not immediately return requests for comment.
Bae, a missionary who was sentenced last year to 15 years of hard labor for “hostile acts” against the North Korean government, has been transferred from a hospital back to a labor camp.
Harf said that former U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Donald Gregg’s trip to Pyongyang, which was reported by the main North Korean news agency, was as a “private delegation” and not a U.S. government-sanctioned trip.
A State Department official said that Jackson “has been interested in helping with these things around the world” and “He’s someone who we do support him doing things like this.”