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Rebecca 🛫awayfromtheoffice  Part-time traveler with a full-time travel obsession. 🌎Based in the #upperleftusa 🇺🇸 ✈️Next trip: National Parks in Utah and Arizona

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Words can't describe how beautiful this place was. I saw a lot of photos of Horseshoe Bend before my visit and knew what to expect, but actually standing there, perched over a 1,000 foot high cliff and watching the sunset is an experience I'll never forget.
What's the last place you went that had that 'wow' factor?

In a national park with over 2,000 arches, Delicate Arch stands out among the rest. You may recognize this icon from Utah's license plate. Seeing it in person and watching the sunset go down with around 30 other hikers was an incredible experience.
Have you been to Arches National Park?

"I'm pretty tired. I think I'll go home now." - Forrest Gump

I am finally home after a long journey from Orange County->Sedona->Grand Canyon->Page->Monument Valley->Moab->Bryce->Zion->Vegas.
Do you recognize this scene from the Forrest Gump movie?

Watching sunset from this place was absolutely breathtaking. So far I've been to Sedona, the Grand Canyon and now Page and I'm wondering why I didn't visit sooner?
What's one place you wish you hadn't waited so long to visit?

New York, you're such a beauty.
I had to mentally prepare myself to get on this helicopter. I've always wanted to go for a ride but small enclosed spaces in the air make me a little fearful. Flying around with the doors off definitely made it way less scary.
What's the last thing you did that scared you?
#flynyon #seeyourcity #viewfromabove #nyc

The damp and dark weather has arrived in the Pacific Northwest so here's a throwback photo to warmer weather.
Do you miss summer? Or are you more of a cold-weather person?

"Still round the corner there may wait; A new road or secret gate." - J.R.R. Tolkien

It's only mid-October but it's already a winter wonderland in the PNW mountains.
And I managed to hike all weekend relatively unscathed, despite falling on top of my camera, bruising my knee and later, breaking one of my micro spikes.
Have you ever visited Washington state?

I used to hate winter but I am learning to love it. Escaping to the mountains is definitely one of the ways that I cope with the dreary PNW winter weather, along with some trips to tropical places 🌴
How do you cope with winter weather?

Went out this weekend in search of golden larches and wasn't disappointed. Instead of the usual fall color, we were treated to a winter wonderland paradise. Once the sun came over the ridge, the golden larches started to glow in the sun.
Where did you explore this weekend?

The first time I visited Amsterdam, I couldn't wait to leave. The second time I visited, I wish I had spent more time there.
Sometimes a second visit makes all the difference in the world.

What's one place that you disliked your first visit but ended up liking after your second visit?

Would you swim here? Yes or no?

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