Six Natural Wonders in the United States

six natural wonders in the united states

The U.S. has some incredible natural phenomenon’s. As movers our paths have crossed a few of these mentally impenetrable sights. As lovers of our beautiful country we made a list of some of the ones we’ve seen that you should check out, especially when the temperatures rise and you’re looking to venture out for vacation and get away from it all. The beauty of the nature instead of constant pollution and skyscrapers will be revitalizing! 

 

Fly Geyser

Fly Geyser is colorfully absurd. The story goes that in 1964 geothermal diggers were trying to well for water. They found it, but soon minerals began to release and create a travertine mound of brilliantine reds, yellows and greens. This phantasm it made of minerals and thermophilic algae. If you’re venturing into Nevada, check out Fly Geyser.

 

Thors Well

Thors well in Cape Perpetua is wild. Truly, it’s very dangerous. It’s essentially a salt water fountain that explodes when fighting waters take a breath of fresh air. In that area there are a number of other interesting sites to explore. But, the Oregon coastline is stunning and is worth a gander anyway if you get the chance to take a drive out that way.

 

The Desert of Maine

The Desert of Maine is absurd. It’s 40-acres of glacial silt. Glacial silt is pretty much sand, but very, very fine gained. Supposedly in 1797 the Tuttle family purchased and began farming on the land. When they failed to turn their potato crops, and their overgrazing of sheep swallowed every living tuft, soil erosion began to take place. Surrounded by pine trees, the Desert of Maine was born. See, Freeport has more than just L.L. Bean. We love you L.L. Bean.

 

Marfa Lights

In Marfa, Texas, we have the Marfa Lights. Makes sense. Well, not entirely. For years onlookers have thought that they were living in the Independence Day film or seeing ghosts traverse the sky. Some just think its the reflection of headlights from the highway. Find your own opinion when your in that sprawling state. They have a Marfa Lights festival, if you go shoot for that event.

 

Quechee State Park

The Quechee Gorge is a stunner. The Ottauquechee River is deep and beautiful from the glacial activity of approximately 13,000 years ago. There is a ton of history at the Quechee State Park. Plenty of camping, hiking, fishing and American mill records that would surprise even the current Boston Red Sox… Vermont.

 

Olney, Illinois

But why? Albino squirrels of course. Yes, There is something to do in Olney. Evidently the city of Olney finds these squirrels precious. They build them little houses, name them and snap photographs of them to hang with their family photos. 

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Six Natural Wonders in the United States

six natural wonders in the united states

The U.S. has some incredible natural phenomenon’s. As movers our paths have crossed a few of these mentally impenetrable sights. As lovers of our beautiful country we made a list of some of the ones we’ve seen that you should check out, especially when the temperatures rise and you’re looking to venture out for vacation and get away from it all. The beauty of the nature instead of constant pollution and skyscrapers will be revitalizing! 

 

Fly Geyser

Fly Geyser is colorfully absurd. The story goes that in 1964 geothermal diggers were trying to well for water. They found it, but soon minerals began to release and create a travertine mound of brilliantine reds, yellows and greens. This phantasm it made of minerals and thermophilic algae. If you’re venturing into Nevada, check out Fly Geyser.

 

Thors Well

Thors well in Cape Perpetua is wild. Truly, it’s very dangerous. It’s essentially a salt water fountain that explodes when fighting waters take a breath of fresh air. In that area there are a number of other interesting sites to explore. But, the Oregon coastline is stunning and is worth a gander anyway if you get the chance to take a drive out that way.

 

The Desert of Maine

The Desert of Maine is absurd. It’s 40-acres of glacial silt. Glacial silt is pretty much sand, but very, very fine gained. Supposedly in 1797 the Tuttle family purchased and began farming on the land. When they failed to turn their potato crops, and their overgrazing of sheep swallowed every living tuft, soil erosion began to take place. Surrounded by pine trees, the Desert of Maine was born. See, Freeport has more than just L.L. Bean. We love you L.L. Bean.

 

Marfa Lights

In Marfa, Texas, we have the Marfa Lights. Makes sense. Well, not entirely. For years onlookers have thought that they were living in the Independence Day film or seeing ghosts traverse the sky. Some just think its the reflection of headlights from the highway. Find your own opinion when your in that sprawling state. They have a Marfa Lights festival, if you go shoot for that event.

 

Quechee State Park

The Quechee Gorge is a stunner. The Ottauquechee River is deep and beautiful from the glacial activity of approximately 13,000 years ago. There is a ton of history at the Quechee State Park. Plenty of camping, hiking, fishing and American mill records that would surprise even the current Boston Red Sox… Vermont.

 

Olney, Illinois

But why? Albino squirrels of course. Yes, There is something to do in Olney. Evidently the city of Olney finds these squirrels precious. They build them little houses, name them and snap photographs of them to hang with their family photos. 

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