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Notes From the Road
Posted By On May 12, 2006 @ 2:26 PM In Cool Sites | No Comments
Are you fed up of poetically spun travelogues that are more about painting a pretty picture rather than honestly describing an area, be it a town or a vacation spot? Well, after looking at about 100 travel sites, I have to confess, I am. I want someone to tell it like it is. Thankfully, I found Notes From the Road, a site dedicated to the “unvarnished, messy truth.” You can find more information about the site and the man behind the site in the About section. There is also a great category in the About section called Along the Way where you can see some travel images that the author just had to share.
Anyway, let’s step out of the About section and back into the main page. You’ll find navigation on the tan colored bar. Each section is devoted to a different area. The other sections are: Desert Southwest, Sierra Range, The West Indies, The Isthmus, Pacific Northwest, The Great Basin, Iberian Peninsula, Northern Seas, Desert Mexico, Atlantic Seaboard and The Great Plains.
Desert Southwest – Here you will find a foray into California, New Mexico and even into Colorado. From the gritty streets of L.A. to the wilds of Death Valley, you get a pictorial explanation that is still pleasant to read. In other words, it’s still a good story, it’s just not sugar coated.
Sierra Range – Here you travel between California and Nevada, with the Sierra Nevada Mountains as the backdrop. From Yosemite Park to the Sequoia National Park, you can learn all about these places here.
The West Indies – While I was there, this section was linked wrong, so to check it out, go http://www.notesfromtheroad.com/index.html 
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