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Our dream is to visit scenic wonders and to share them with you.
We want to encourage you to follow your own dream while you can.

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Welcome to The Traveling Morgans Web Site

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The Traveling Morgans travel across the 48 contiguous states of the USA, exploring the natural and scenic wonders of America, getting to know America, and meeting that wonderful diversity of people from all different parts of the county.

We have to work our way across the country. You can open our RESUME and see if we might be of some service to you.

See the ABOUT US page to learn our story.

Most people visit this site to learn where they would like to travel based on travel pictures, information and recommendations.

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Travel Sampler

Other Natural, Scenic and Historical Wonders of the United States.

Cerro Castellan, Big Bend NP, TX

Imposing Cerro Castellan overlooks the Rio Grande River in Big Bend National Park is a fitting introduction to the "land of many lands". The huge, great, and wonderful Lone Star State of Texas.

The Mittens, Monument Valley, Navaho Nation, UT

The Mittens at Monument Valley are examples of the stark stone beauty and amazing scenic wonders of the state of Utah.

Katterskill Falls, Catskill Mountains, NY

The highest waterfall in New York is Katterskill Falls in the Catskill Mountains, which are even higher than the grandeur that is Niagara Falls.

Chimney Rock, NE

Chimney Rock Nebraska, was a landmark on the Oregon Trail.

Tony Packo's Restaurant, Toledo OH

If you are a fan of the M*A*S*H television show and find yourself in Toledo Ohio, don’t miss a stop at Tony Packo’s Cafe.

Steam Powered Cog Railroad, Mt Washington, NH

Mt Washington is a sample of the wondrous scenery that is New England. Shown is Cog Railroad at the summit with heavy snow on Memorial Day of 2008.

Tunnel framing Mt Rushmore, Black Hills National Forest, SD

The Iron Mountain Road in the Black Hills of South Dakota has many surprises. Three tunnels each give you a different view of Mt. Rushmore. Click on the picture to get a larger version with Mt. Rushmore's faces clearly visible.

Night Blast at Crazy Horse Monument (under construction over 60 years)), Black Hills National Forest, SD

Construction on Crazy Horse Monument has been underway for over 60 years in the Black Hills of South Dakota. A Night Blast is two minutes you will not forget. We have a good VIDEO on the Crazy Horse page. Take your grandchildren. When they have grandchildren of their own, they might take them to see it finished. When completed, it will be one of the wonders of the world, comparable to the Egyptian pyramids and sphinx.

Bison, Custer State Park, SD

Bison and other wildlife are abundant at mile high Custer State Park.

Looking East from Donner Pass CA

From the Donnor Pass Summit in California, you can see many generations of Transportation History.
Donnor Lake is a natural lake. On the far (east) shore, the Donnor Party spent the horrid winter of 1846-7. Few survived.
The road in the foreground is the original route of US 40 from the 1920's. The original 1840 wagon road is to the right and closer.
On the far right is the Central Pacific Transcontinental railroad from post civil war years.
To the left of the lake is modern Interstate 80.

Metropolis IL is SUPER!

Metropolis IL may not be a major metropolitan city, but it has a 15 foot bronze statue of the Man of Steel next door to the Superman Museum. This is not a scenic wonder, but it is a nice semi-historical touch for those of us that grew up watching and reading Superman.

Dead Horse Ppoint SP, UT

Dead Horse Point SP in Utah overlooks the Colorado River.

Grand Teton NP, WP

Grand Teton NP in Wyoming.

Our Mission

The mission is simply to travel the 48 contiguous sites, working as we go. We are meeting people and observing natural and scenic wonders, including wildlife. This is all from our truck or within a relatively easy hike. We take pictures and movies to share with those who cannot travel at this time. Our emphasis is on places that are dog friendly. Our dogs do not get left in the truck.

Our Purpose

Seeing the natural and scenic wonders of America is our dream. We that by sharing these experiences we will encourage everyone to follow their dream while they still can. Larry was badly hurt in a daily commuting accident.
We believe he would be dead by now if he had stayed at his job. See our About Us page for more information.

We believe when life gives you lemons you make lemonade. We have made the best of our life as it stands. We hope you will follow your dream before something forces a change. If something has already forced a change and following your original dream is not feasible, we want to share our dream with you as you modify your dream. Our original dream was to take the long hikes into the wilderness to see the natural scenic wonders. Now we will see the natural scenic wonders to the best of our current abilities and not look back at what might have been.

Our Web Site Pledge

We pledge to only allow sponsors whose products we actually use and believe in.
Sponsorships are clearly marked There will be only one per page. There will be no other ads.

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