My family decided to go to Antelope Canyon because we had never seen anything like it before now. Antelope Canyon has an amazing history. It has been shaped for thousands of years and is continually being shaped today.
This was our second stop in the Historic Triangle (Yorktown, Jamestown, Williamsburg). Earlier this week, on Veterans Day, we honored our fallen heroes by learning about the battle of Yorktown at the Yorktown Battlefield NPS. Today we purchased a seven day pass to multiple museums in the Historic Triangle. The Jamestown Settlement is a living history museum run by the state of Virginia.
Lake George is a beautiful town and rich with history. We enjoyed walking around the lake and visiting Fort William Henry. At the visitor's center we heard about hiking Prospect Mountain. So we had some lunch and headed over.
This was a great little place we found on a brochure. The Niagara Power Company generates the largest amount of hydroelectric power in the country. The damn has a visitors center and museum. It is very well done. I wasn't expecting much and was very surprised. I was so busy playing with the exhibits I didn't take many pictures. Oh and it is FREE, yep!
Boston, the heart of a revolution. When planning our trip, this was one of the important stops we wanted to make. Walking the freedom trail was an experience we wanted to allow our children to have in order to understand the importance of our country's independence.