In September of 1519, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan departed from Spain with a crew of 270 men and five of the most advanced ships that Europe had ever seen. Under the direction of King Charles of Spain, Magellan was tasked with discovering a western route to the Spice Islands, an archipelago in Indonesia.
Here at GeoJango, we love everything baseball related. Earlier this month we launched a giveaway where each contestant filled out a short survey that was meant to shed light into each person's ballpark experience. From favorite stadiums to favorite memories, we learned a lot about what makes a baseball stadium more than just a physical location.
Most people love to travel but an overwhelming majority would rather leave the logistics to someone else. If you could close your eyes when you step into the airport and then open them back up once you've arrived at a tropical beach, would you?
Have you ever dreamed of owning a man cave? If so, we're here to help! The idea of turning a regular room into a man cave has grown in popularity over the years as more and more people begin to install flatscreen tv's, hang up sports decor on their walls, and add unique items that speak to their personality.
All pinboard maps need a solid backing before they can be framed and shipped to the customer. The three most common materials for this task are Gatorboard, Cork Board and Foam Core. In this article, we will discuss the differences between the three materials and will highlight why Gatorboard is the best material for producing a framed map.
Golden beaches as far as the eye can see, beautiful people on every street, and roads bending around mountains that tumble to the sea. Southern California has always been portrayed to me in a romantic way. I’ve been fascinated with exploring the Golden State for as long as I can remember.
Crater Lake National Park was founded on May 22nd, 1902, being both the nation's fifth oldest national park and the only national park in Oregon. The park is made up of a caldera that was formed when Mount Mazama, previously a group of overlapping shield and composite volcanoes, erupted some 7,700 years ago.
After walking through the desert for 702 miles, getting to the Sierra is a huge milestone in any northbound hiker’s journey. The massive peaks and deep blue lakes look even better after seeing such dry terrain for so long.