Los Angeles In my trip, we drove a total of 5800 miles, through nine states, crossing WA, ID, MT, WY, UT, CO, AZ, NV and CA. We explored world wonders, magnificent, beyond beauty America’s great west National Parks, cities and country. I think the best National Park is Yellowstone National Park, then Grand Canyon and Zion National Park. Yellowstone National Park covers a vast area, with mountains and water and lakes, waterfalls, rivers, mountains snow and glaciers. Also rare things such as hot springs, hot mud fountains and wildlife. Compare to China’s top tourist spots such as Huangshan(Yellow Mountain), Jiuzhaigou are small, nice and pretty, but too crowded. Speaking of China, this time in Salt Lake City, and the Grand Canyon I saw group after group of Chinese tourists, speaking loud Mandarin, there with high-end cameras. These Chinese people are really rich. I often felt that in some places was cursory, not enough time. I think that as long as I can still drive, run, and hike, I will go again. The summary of the following experiences, travel necessities are car GPS unit, iPhone and iPad. Smart phones usually have no service in most of the national parks. However, when you drive near a city or town, iPhone/iPad will have some data signal. I use it to book a hotel for the night of online. Generally it’s available for a discount price. Summers in North America, daylight is as long as 16 hours. That means one day is equal two days for your travel and sightseeing. On I-90 …
Sunrise at Honolulu International Airport on Oahu.
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The Hawaii County Band at their March 2012 concert at the Mo’oheau Bandstand in Hilo, Hawaii. The band is currently facing budget cuts from the city and county of Hilo, and in an effort to save the band, they invited many people from the east side of Hawaii to this particular concert to show support for the band. The band is directed and conducted by Mr. Paul Arceo. You can help support the Hawaii County Band by visiting one of these sites, and signing the online petition below. Even if you’re not in Hawaii, you can show your support either by becoming a fan on Facebook, following the HCB on Twitter, or signing our petition to save the Hawaii County Band. Your help and support is appreciated! Song: Abbey Road: A Symphonic Portrait (Includes You Never Give Me Your Money, Come Together, Maxwell’s Silver Hammer, She Came in Through the Bathroom Window, Something, and The End) Arranger: Ira Hearshen *Trombone Solo by Curt Haraga HCB Facebook Fan Page www.facebook.com HCB Twitter Page twitter.com HCB Email [email protected] Previous: Invincible Eagle March youtu.be Next: Sword Dance (Coming next Friday!) ——————————————– #TytyMusicFridays Produced by Maka Boy Media Productions www.makaboymedia.com Tyty Music on Facebook http Tyty Music on Twitter www.twitter.com Tyty Music on Google+ gplus.to Tyty Music on the web www.tytyweb.net Copyright 2012
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