Click here to watch highlights from a world-class fireworks display at the Natchitoches Christmas Festival of Lights.
Click here to experience one of the most scenic hikes in the Natural State — the trail to Hawksbill Crag.
Click here to see the beauty of Paige Falls in northern Arkansas.
With the changing of seasons, Fall colors come alive at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Click here to take a tour.
On this Pearl Harbor Day, I’m surrounded by history at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana. This world-class museum is sure to provide a moving experience, whether it’s a first-time visit or especially if you have the honor of accompanying a veteran. Located on a six-acre campus in downtown, the museum…
Rain or shine, the Lower Mountain Fork River near Broken Bow, Oklahoma is an exciting adventure in a gorgeous setting. Click to watch.
Hundreds of thousands of ducks and geese spend their winters in the pristine marshes and prairies of Southwest Louisiana. Located at the confluence of two of the four major North American flyways, the Creole Nature Trail All-American Road is a 180-mile journey through one of America’s ‘Last Great Wildernesses,’ according to the Lake Charles Convention…
Click here to admire the Fall colors in Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge.
Click here to watch Oregon’s iconic Haystack Rock disappear in the coastal fog.
Click here to take a tour of the memorial dedicated to the Americans who served during World War II.
Click here to see how rainy night turns Hong Kong’s urban jungle into a serene setting.
The drivers of taxis, ride-sharing services, and private for-hire cars make driving the sometimes steep, winding, and congested roads of Hong Kong seem like a breeze. Click here to watch.
Click here to enjoy the view from Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak, the island’s most popular destination.
One of the most significant manufacturing hubs in the world, the Pearl River Delta region of south China is seeing a boom in development. Click here to watch.
Click here to watch a colorful sunrise over one most important manufacturing hubs in China.
Click here to listen to an impromptu concert outside the Zhuhai Opera House.
As one of China’s three most populous cities, Guangzhou is a significant manufacturing and transportation hub, as well as a popular tourist destination. The city’s attractions draw more than 100 million visitors each year, many flocking to the Canton Tower. At 1,969 feet tall, it’s the tallest tower in China and third tallest in the…
Navigating the process of obtaining a temporary drivers license in China may not be worth the stress of driving among the millions of cars on the roads of Beijing. It may be simpler to hire a driver or a private bus to get around the capital city. Taxis and the subway system are also reliable…
As the world’s third most-populous city, getting around in Beijing takes some planning. For example, the city’s 21 million residents are only allowed to drive their vehicles in designated sections of the city. In an effort to curb pollution, a system is also in place to regulate which days certain drivers can hit the road….
One of the oldest and best-preserved sections of the Great Wall of China is located about two hours outside Beijing. Construction began at Mutianyu in the sixth century BC and much of it was rebuilt in the mid-1500s. Leaders from each of China’s six kingdoms built sections of the wall, totaling more than 15 thousand…
Click here to tour the Temple of Heaven, a complex of religious buildings in central Beijing.
One of the largest city squares in the world, Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China is home to numerous monuments, mausoleums, museums, and government buildings. The Great Hall of the People, the Tiananmen and Arrow towers, and the China National Museum are some of the landmarks located along the perimeter, while the Mausoleum of Mao…
The Forbidden City, which was China’s imperial palace from 1420 to 1912, is now open to the public. Click here to look around.
Click here to watch a peaceful summertime sunset at Ponte Vedra Beach in northeast Florida.
The meandering Caddo River in Glenwood, Arkansas is a serene Summertime getaway. Click here to watch.
Click the here to view the wildflowers in bloom at Briarwood: Caroline Dormon Nature Preserve.
Since 1927, Natchitoches, Louisiana has hosted one of the oldest community-based holiday celebrations in the country. Click here to watch fireworks from the 2017 Christmas Festival.
Briarwood Nature Preserve, located near Saline, Louisiana, is the birthplace and home of Caroline Dormon, a world renowned naturalist, author, artist and the first woman hired by the United States Forest Service.
A witness to history, the 1857 Sabine Pass Lighthouse stands sentinel at the point where the Sabine River empties into the Gulf of Mexico. Rising 75-feet above coastal marsh land, the brick tower, located in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, has survived a half-dozen hurricanes, including monsters Audrey and Rita. Six brick buttresses form its unique octagonal…
Southwest Louisiana is home to wildlife and geography unlike any other place in America. Click here for a tour of the scenic prairies of Cameron Parish.
Click here to watch a time-lapse of my flights into Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Tyler Pound Regional Airport.
In honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, click here to watch dramatic views of Mount Rushmore and Black Hills National Forest in South Dakota.
Click here to watch my latest trek down the Lower Mountain Fork River in beautiful McCurtain County, Oklahoma.
Throw a dart at any map of the Canadian Rockies and you’ll suddenly find dozens of worthy additions to a bucket list of the world’s most breathtaking destinations. Summertime and winter visits provide totally different experiences. Below, you’ll find some of the must-see points of interest in western Alberta. 1. Moraine Lake Located in the Valley of…
Click here to watch highlights from my Caribbean cruise to Cozumel, Mexico.