Sand is one of the most common elements on earth. Sand is what most folks think of when you mention beach or desert. Sand is becoming one of the earths most valued non-renewable resources. Sand suitable for construction is in high demand.
This month we’ll take you to four places where you can immerse in the sand before it’s all turned into buildings.
First time writer Tim Gardiner takes us on a road trip through the Sonoran Desert of Central Mexico and the Sierra Madre Mountains. Sand, Sierras, and surf, a perfect road trip itinerary.
Joseph Ciccanti heads to an enchanted desert, White Sands National Monument. Wave-like dunes of gypsum sand engulf 275-square miles of desert, creating the world’s largest gypsum dunefield. You’ll relish the peace and quiet in Joseph’s article and photos.
“If you ever find yourself on Valle de Guadalupe’s shores, here are a few stops to make…“, Reese Jones tells us in her story and photos about one of Mexico’s wine regions. Reese offers five things you wouldn’t expect in Baja.
Climb aboard with Jo Ann Bender and leave sandy Port Canaveral Florida for the world’s shortest cruise. The short trip is a gambling junket, but as Jo Ann says, “There’s no one stopping you from just sitting outside on a deck enjoying the sun, the stars, or watching a rocket being shot off another ship at sea”.
See these stories and their photos below.
Till next time,
Editor, Travel Post Monthly