Micanopy, Florida, pronounced (mick-ah-no-pea), has been described as quaint, adorable, rustic and even nicknamed “the town that time forgot“.  Micanopy is located eleven miles south of Gainesville and is definitely old Florida with quite a remarkable history and interesting things to see.

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So what exactly is a Devil’s Millhopper? It’s Florida’s only Geological State Park. The park is in Gainesville and was established in 1974, 64 acres of Florida’s natural beauty with a massive 120-foot deep 500-foot wide limestone sinkhole.

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The Mesa Falls Scenic Byway is a short drive down Hwy 20, just west of Yellowstone National Park in Idaho,  It begins in Ashton, Idaho and is approximately 16 miles through the Targhee National Forest to reach the Upper Mesa Falls. An impressive drive with stunning waterfalls and beautiful surroundings along the Henry Fork.

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Ninilchik (Нинильчик), Alaska is a small village on the Kenai Peninsula about 2 hours south of Anchorage.The village has a population of just over 800 people.  What catches your eye as you drive down Sterling Highway is a beautiful Russian Orthodox Church up on a bluff overlooking the river.

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Peninsula, Ohio is a quaint town nestled in the Cuyahoga National Park along the Buckeye Trail. Quaint does not mean boring, there is plenty to see and do here all year.

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