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The Virgin Islands National Park isn't the only U.S. park that can be reached only by ferry, but it may well be the prettiest.
The U.S. may not have the great monuments of imperial civilizations, but it can lay claim to the most awe-inspiring Native American sites and a variety of truly amazing built landscapes.
You don't have to spend a fortune to indulge in some one-on-one time with your kids and some furry, feathery, or slimy critters. Here's a selection of options in the U.S. and Canada.
For six weeks every winter, buses take underprivileged kids to nearby slopes, outfit them from head to toe, and show them the best way to snowboard down the mountain.
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From Cate Latting: "We're getting started on a new book devoted to adrenaline-charged adventures that will be part of our 500 Places series. Tell us about your adventures and, if we like your idea, we'll include it in the book -- with a big shout-out to you, of course."
From Holy Mohle: "I am trying to plan our family trip for August 2009 to Washington State. Our plan is to fly to Seattle and spend eight days."
From corti8: "Last month we spent three days there, making Cooke City our base. Our guide was Ken Sinay. He and his wife, Suzi, are owners of Yellowstone Safari in Bozeman."
From Marilyn54: "We will be driving from Denver in late March and will have about six days for our trip. Any suggestions as to a route? It seems the North Rim will not yet be open, is this correct?"
 

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