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The Traveling Morgans travel across the 48 contiguous states of the
USA, exploring the natural and scenic wonders of America, getting to know America,
and meeting that wonderful diversity of people from all different parts of the county.
We have to work our way across the country. You can open our
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Other Natural, Scenic and Historical Wonders of the United States.
The highest waterfall in New York is Katterskill Falls in the Catskill Mountains, which are even higher than the grandeur that is Niagara Falls.
The Iron Mountain Road in the Black Hills of South Dakota has many surprises. Three tunnels each give you a different view of Mt. Rushmore. Click on the picture to get a larger version with Mt. Rushmore's faces clearly visible.
Construction on Crazy Horse Monument has been underway for over 60 years in the Black Hills of South Dakota. A Night Blast is two minutes you will not forget. We have a good VIDEO on the Crazy Horse page. Take your school age grandchildren. When they have grandchildren of their own, they might take them to see it finished. When completed, it will be one of the wonders of the world, comparable to the Egyptian pyramids and sphinx. This picture was taken from Mt. Coolidge, over 9 miles away.
Dolphin breaching just offshore at the Texas Coastal Bend from the deck of the Skimmer Boat Tour out of Rockport TX. Dolphins are also often scene from shore at Port Aransas on the gulf coast of Texas.
From the Donnor Pass Summit in California, you can see many generations of
Donnor Lake is a natural lake. On the far (east) shore, the Donnor Party spent the horrid winter of 1846-7. Few survived.
The road in the foreground is the original route of US 40 from the 1920's. The original 1840 wagon road is to the right and closer.
On the far right is the Central Pacific Transcontinental railroad from post civil war years.
To the left of the lake is modern Interstate 80.
Durango & Silverton Railroad crossing the Animas River (River of Lost Souls) in Colorado.