During the Cold War, American and Canadian forces shot thousands of rockets at the Northern Lights. But now, the millions of us housebound due to coronavirus can watch them online.
Mona Gable is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles. She covers science, gender, social issues, and travel. She is the author of the memoir, “Blood Brother: The Gene That Rocked My Family,” an e-book published by Shebooks in May 2014. Gable’s work has appeared in Outside, The Atlantic, STAT, the Washington Post, Los Angeles magazine, the Los Angeles Times, Fast Company, Pacific Standard, Prevention, Salon, The Huffington Post and other national publications.
The Facebook billionaire has irked the locals with his heavy-handed ways, but the beautiful public beaches on his property can still be accessed by the hoi polloi.
Spotting a fresh patch of tiger urine while walking in the jungle was fantastic—or terrifying—depending on your perspective.
The Beatles all tried to find Nirvana here on their trip to India, as did Mia Farrow and other celebrities. But the ashram turned out a bust, and for decades has been left alone.
Named one of the best hikes in the world, the Jordan Trail stretches 400 miles, from the forests of Um Qais in the verdant north to the Red Sea in the desert-laden south.