I had the chance to visit this epic, architectural dream back when I was in PA for the Black Forest Trail hike. This isn't a traditional "getting outdoors" post, but somehow Wright's indoor spaces are so perfectly integrated with their natural surroundings that it really felt like an outdoorsy trip.
Had an eggplant, was craving pizza, and a miracle was born. This flatbread/pizza is super easy and healthy, not to mention vegan. Here's what you'll need:
A few months back I visited a friend in Little Rock, Arkansas - my first visit to the state - and we decided to take a drive out to Petit Jean State Park, a nearby hiking spot with a magnificent waterfall. According to Wikipedia:
"Petit Jean was actually a young 18th century French woman. When she discovered that her fiance planned to explore the Louisiana Territory, she cut her hair, disguised herself as a boy and managed to find a position as a cabin boy. She survived the voyage and the expedition began their exploration. Once they had reached the area of the mountain, the young woman became ill, on her deathbed she revealed herself to her fiance, and was buried on the mountain, not under her own name, but under the name she had been known by on the ship 'Little John.' "
Okay, there's not much to say here, other than that I visited the Grand Canyon, and it was SPECTACULAR. I know, not much of a surprise, but it's always great when something exceeds your already-very-high expectations (and photographs well, too!). Would recommend, 13/10, worth visiting. Here are some photos.