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Steve McLean
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To quote Joe Jackson: I'm the man
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The Grand Canyon has been named one of the seven natural wonders of the world and, while I enjoyed the views at Bryce Canyon more, walking around and into this massive gorge carved out by the Colorado River was still incredible. Read and see more below.
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I thought a lot of good albums came out this year but, for my tastes, not many great ones. However, I’ve compiled this list of those albums that made the cut and I considered good. You'll also find my favourite concerts of the year.
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Zion National Park, the middle step in the 525-million-year-old “Grand Staircase” of sedimentary rocks connecting Bryce Canyon at the top and the Grand Canyon at the bottom, offers hiking trails suitable for a variety of fitness levels and height tolerances.See more in this article.
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A July 1 hike through southern Utah’s Bryce Canyon was one of the most rewarding I’ve experienced, and the trails you can traverse in its amphitheatre in hours will leave you with memories for a lifetime.
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This year’s Gourmet Food & Wine Expo seemed to have fewer exhibitors than in the past, but there was still more than enough to sample over three evenings at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
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Two days in Wyoming in late June treated me very well.
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Yellowstone National Park attracted more than four million visitors last year, and I added my name to its guest list for three days in June.
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Here's a recap of my time visiting Keystone, Deadwood, Cody and the attractions near them.
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Baseball and beer may have dominated my two days in Denver, Colo., but the city offers a lot more than that to see and do.
Baseball and beer in Denver
Baseball and beer in Denver
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I made my annual pilgrimage to Toronto’s Festival of Beer and took advantage of its Thursday opening evening, which is less crowded and hectic than the sessions over the following three days and made it easier to speak with the brewery representatives. Here are my thoughts:
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