On the outskirts of the Allegheny National Forest in rural Pennsylvania is the most surprising wonder. The Kinzua Sky Walk is a restored piece of amazing history. Towering 224 feet over the Kinzua Gorge in the Kinzua Bridge State Park,  this skywalk provides the most fabulous views of this area! So what happened to the original Kinzua Viaduct  named “the eighth wonder of the world” from which this sky walk originated?

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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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Patterson Fruit Farm in Chesterland, Ohio and has been a local favorite for many years. Patterson’s is set in the beautiful Ohio countryside and is open year round. When you walk into the main building the first sight you will behold are the many bags filled with big beautiful apples such as Jonathan, Honey Crisp, McIntosh and so many other varieties to choose from, grab a few samples to try.

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A few of Florida’s best state parks are off the beaten path like Rainbow Springs State Park in Dunnellon Florida. A former tourist attraction with a zoo and glass bottom boats has now transformed into a natural beauty that has been a favorite swimming and camping spot for the locals for many years.

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