Author: Daren Stinson

  • England

    The islands that make up the United Kingdom probably broke off of the mainland of Europe about 8 millennia ago. Orginally occupied by little-known tribal cultures, some of whom are thought to have built Stonehenge, the island region was invaded by the Celts around 500 BC.

  • Journey to the Center of the Earth: A Walk through Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

    An oasis in the Chihuahuan Desert, Carlsbad, New Mexico is approximately 120 miles north of El Paso, Texas. A nice town with plenty of hotels, restaurants, and a Wal-Mart, Carlsbad makes a good base camp from which to stock up and explore the area’s most significant attraction, the Carlsbad Cavern National Park.

  • Pipe Dreams

    The Brits may take pride in their long history, progressive metropolises, and quaint country towns, but there is something to be said for modern convenience where you need it most: in the bathroom.

  • Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

    Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico

    Carlsbad Caverns New MexicoHere are some images of Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico.

  • Great Britain, United Kingdom

    Great Britain, United Kingdom

    Great BritainPhotos of a trek around Britain in the summer of 2002. Photos of England, Scotland, and other areas of the United Kingdom.

  • Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

    Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

    Martha’s Vineyard (adjoining the smaller Chappaquiddick Island) is an island off the United States east coast, to the south of Cape Cod, both forming a part of the Outer Lands region. It is often called just “the Vineyard”. With a land area of 87.48 square miles (231.75 km²), Martha’s Vineyard is the 57th largest island in the United States.