So. We are already half way through March. Now if someone would just inform the weather of this fact… But I digress.
From scouring the web, it looks like everyone hasn’t made it to Spring Break yet. Which means, you still have time to plan something epic!! Even if your Spring Break is over, you can still get a head start on your summer vacay plans! Now, many people often dream of trips to Europe so they can see the clear blue waters or the beautiful natural sites. That’s all fine and dandy but did you know that some of the most GORGEOUS sites EVER are right here in our own backyard? Oh you ain’t know? Let me show you! And the best part of all: Preferred Motorcoach Transportation can take you to each and every one of them!
Grand Prismatic Spring
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
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The 50-19 decision came after proponents argued the bill would uphold Second Amendment rights and give people on campuses to a way to protect themselves.
The legislation aims to let retired law enforcement officers and people with Idaho’s enhanced concealed-carry permit to bring guns anywhere except dormitories, stadiums and concert halls.
Rep. Judy Boyle, R-Midvale, said giving people the right to be armed and ready even in classrooms will let them act to halt or prevent violence while police are still too far away to intervene.
Boyle countered concerns that requirements for an enhanced permit — which requires applicants be 21 or older, take an eight-hour class and fire at least 98 rounds — aren’t enough to prepare a civilian to act in a…
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Members of the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study team say in a new study that data collected on the threatened bruins over the past several decades contradict claims that the animals could be in serious trouble.
Researchers on the team re-examined how bears are counted after wildlife advocates and a prominent University of Colorado professor questioned the government’s methods.
The results confirm the validity of past assertions that more than 700 bears live in the Yellowstone region of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming, lead author Frank van Manen said. The peer-reviewed study is slated to appear in an upcoming issue of the scientific journal Conservation Letters.
“The (grizzly bear) population growth…
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