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Though summer's winding down more quickly than any of us would prefer, there's still at least a month of great weather to be enjoyed before fall or winter make their presence known.
Remember the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act? That measure contained roughly $750 million for the National Park Service. Here's where they're spending it.
Boston is a great walking city, and you can follow the city's Freedom Trail to experience many of the sites that make up the Boston National Historical Park.
Labor Day hasn't arrived, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't plan a fall trek to enjoy the season's richest colors. Actually, in some parts of the country it might even be too late to book a trip.
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From AmyR: "We'll have already been to Bryce Canyon earlier in our trip. I know we will want at least one full day at Zion. How should we spend our other one and a half days? Grand Staircase National Monument? Lake Powell?"
From ndmoore: "We are planning a trip for summer of 2010 and debating between traveling in July or August. Going to Anchorage, Denali and Kenai Peninsula. I am interested in tne pros and cons of each month."
From snadywa5: "What are the 'must see' attractions between the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff, by way of Cameron? Can anyone suggest a moderately priced clean hotel/motel in Flagstaff?"
From SJE: "We are both physically active people. On one of the days we plan to hike for basically the whole day. I wanted to book white water rafting but I have found out that it seems there are no one day white water rafting trips."

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