Tommy Mitchell of Rocky Top Log Furniture gives a high-five to Knott's Berry Farm's Peanut gang at the resort's Grizzly Creek Lodge, where Tommy created custom furniture for the dining rooms, as seen on DIY Network's Log Heads.
Go back in time to the way people used to travel on a guided horseback riding tour. Take in the sights and gallop along various horse-friendly trails in Truckee, Squaw Valley, Northstar and South Lake.
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Rocky Mountain National Park
Colorado's top attraction is located just 71 miles from Denver. The Rocky Mountain National Park offers a stunning look at the diverse scenery of the Rockies, with elevations ranging from 8,000 feet in the lush valleys to 14,259 feet at the craggy summit of Longs Peak. Visitors can stretch their legs on more than 350 miles of hiking trails or take a scenic drive along Trail Ridge Road, the world's highest continuous highway.
Photo By: Visit Denver
Grilled rack of lamb with vegetables
Grilled rack of lamb with vegetables on plate
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Exterior of the Murano in Miami Beach
The Murano is a highly sought after luxury condo building in SoFi located on a marina with sweeping views of downtown in one direction and the Atlantic Ocean on the other side.
Handmade Tennessee: Porcelain Salt Bowls by Bean and Bailey
Bean and Bailey ceramics is a southern duo producing small-batch functional porcelain pots. Artists Jessica Bean and Anderson Bailey’s modern slip-cast ceramics address the needs for containing, serving, consuming, displaying, growing and showing. They use colored porcelain slip to construct both subtly organic forms, as well as faceted vessels inspired by natural crystals and gems. Their mutual interests in process and aesthetics have brought them together to create a product line of slip cast functional wares. Their raw porcelain salt bowls are featured in DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.
Photo By: Don Hamilton Studio
Calvin Ramtpon Salt Palace, Convention Center
Calvin Ramtpon Salt Palace is named after two previous Salt Palaces; former arenas that were entertainment venues with the original dating back to the late 19th century. Today's structure is a convention center that boasts 515,000 -square -feet of exhibit space and 164,000 -square -feet of meeting space. The Salt Palace was home to the Olympic Media Center during the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Skyland Resort at mile 41.7 on Skyline Drive is the most popular wedding venue within Shenandoah National Park. This ceremony took place on the lawn outside the resort’s Pinnacle building. Skyland’s historic conference center can accommodate receptions of up to 100 people. Photo Credit: Wedding photography by Rob Jinks.