Most Visited National Park Sites in the United States
Today we are sharing the most visited National Park Sites in the United States. Most Visited US National Park Sites W Most Visited US National Park SitesWe started this list by looking at all of the parks that have over 1 million visitors. We honestly thought there might be 25 or 30 parks with this many visitors. You can imagine our surprise when we realized the list is at 73 parks with over a million visitors in 2021! A few parks saw big changes in their visitation numbers.Some of the parks honestly surprised us with their visitation numbers.
Sept. 28 (UPI) -- A California man became the second person to ever kayak from California to Hawaii -- a journey that took him 91 days. © Provided by UPI News KGO-TV
Cyril Derreumaux, 46, of Marin, set off from Monterey in June in his modified kayak, which included pedals and a small sleeping cabin but no motor or sail.
Derreumaux's journey ended 91 days later, when he arrived in Hilo last week.
The adventurer attempted the same feat last year, but ended up being rescued by a Coast Guard helicopter due to weather and equipment issues.
Derreumaux said he spent about 10 hours a day paddling.
"I went easy, and you need to have the right calories," he told KGO-TV. "I was eating 4,000 calories a day, I was making sure that I would rest sufficiently at night."
California attorney general warns town against abortion ban
California Attorney General Rob Bonta threatened legal action against the Temecula City Council if they decided to override state law.In a letter sent Friday to the city's mayor and council, Bonta emphasized that local laws cannot conflict with state laws.
Ed Gillet became the first person to successfully kayak from California to Hawaii in 1987.
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The Unsolved 2000 Disappearance Of Leah Roberts Explained .
Leah Toby Roberts left her home in North Carolina on March 9, 2000, and was never seen again. Here is the unsolved disappearance of Leah Roberts explained. A Series Of Tragedies Altered Leah Roberts' Outlook And Behavior © CiEll/Shutterstock Mother and father gravestones Young Leah Roberts' life was marked by tragedy. According to a 2011 episode of "Disappeared," her father was diagnosed with a serious respiratory disease when she was 17 years old. Three years later, in 1996, while Leah was studying anthropology and Spanish at North Carolina State University, her mother died unexpectedly of heart disease.