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I am a Freelance Writer presently Writing for several online sites. And, although I am currently focusing on knoji.com I am also a Featured Health and Wellness Contributor Writer for associatedcontent.com, yahoo, and yahoo voices, where I am writing Lymphedema Straight Talk, a Series dedicated to all things Lymphedema, the United States Series, the MedicalScene series, and the Nashville From A Bridge series. I have almost 400 articles published on these sites, with more than 225,000 people who... more...

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Because of the exceptional response to my article entitled "Gentle Giants of the Redwood National and State Parks," that was published here on knoji, where I introduced my readers to the majestic Redwoods of the Pacific Coast, I am now writing this article to continue looking at these marvels of nature as they appear in the California State Parks.
Published by Brett Matthew West 63 months ago in United States & Canada | +2 votes | 1 comments
This article is a comprehensive overview of the White Mountains that are found between New York and Boston, and cover about one-fourth of the northern part of the state of New Hampshire, as well as a small section of western Maine. The home of eight New Hampshire State Parks, the White Mountain National Forest, the 6,288 foot tall Mount Washington, the highest elevation point in the Northeastern United States, the Presidential Mountain Range that is named after US Presidents Franklin Pierce, J...
Published by Brett Matthew West 63 months ago in United States & Canada | +1 votes | 0 comments
The gentle giants known as Coastal Redwoods, that grow along the northern coast of California, are one of the most famous National treasures in the United States. Redwoods ideally prefer to live on sheltered slopes found slightly inland, with a river or stream nearby, that have very little snowfall, infrequent frost, no salt spray from coastlines, and moderate Summer temperatures. Redwoods also receive about one-third of their water needs from coastal fogs.
Published by Brett Matthew West 64 months ago in United States & Canada | +1 votes | 0 comments
Known as the Great Smoky Mountains because of the natural fog that blankets them, appears as large smoke plumes when observed from a distance, and comes from the warm humid Gulf of Mexico air that cools rapidly in their higher elevations, especially in the morning or after rainfall occurs, the Great Smoky Mountains, that stretch from the Pigeon River to the Little Tennessee River, are found along the Tennesee and North Carolina state line and are the home of the Great Smokey Mountains National P...
Published by Brett Matthew West 65 months ago in United States & Canada | +0 votes | 0 comments
The most heavily visited National Park in the United States the Great Smoky Mountains National Park features many extremely popular tourist attractions including the the Cades Cove Valley, the Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail, Mount Le Conte, the LeConte Lodge, The Place of a Thousand Drips Waterfall, Clingman's Dome, Gatlinburg, several famous waterfalls such as Grotto Falls and Rainbow Falls, Fontana Lake, more than 850 miles of hiking trails, including the Sugarland Mountain Trail, the Mountai...
Published by Brett Matthew West 65 months ago in United States & Canada | +0 votes | 0 comments
An ailment that may last throughout the patient's entire life time, and is characterized by excessive periods of eating and sleeping for as many as eighteen hours a day, the rare neurological sleeping disorder known as Klein-Leven Syndrome generally affects teenage boys more than any other group of people making the patient sleep most of the day and night, appear childlike, dioriented, confused, lethargic, irritable, aggressive, and full of apathy to the point that they can not attend school, go...
Published by Brett Matthew West 65 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Famous for its Lilac Festival, and part of the Western New York Region, Rochester is found south of Lake Ontario, with Lake Erie and Niagara Falls within easy traveling distance, Rochester is known as "The Flower City," "The Flour City," "The Young Lion of the West," and as "The World's Image Centre". Rochester is also the home of Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, and major corporations such as Xerox and the Eastman Kodak Company.
Published by Brett Matthew West 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +0 votes | 0 comments
Uniquely shaped, and very popular tourist attractions, lighthouses are picturesque structures, towers, or buildings that emit light for boats at sea, or on inland waters, to safely assist them in navigating their vessels, and are used to mark hazardous reefs and shoals, dangerous coastlines, and safe harbor entrances, as well as assist in aerial navigation.
Published by Brett Matthew West 66 months ago in United States & Canada | +0 votes | 0 comments
Located in the Marine West Coast climate of the Pacific Northwest, where the Willamette River and the Columbia River meet, Portland is the 29th largest city in the United States and is famous for its reputation as one of the most environmentally friendliest towns in the world, often being ranked by Popular Science Magazine as the Greenest City in America, and by Grist Magazine as the Second Greenest City in the World. Portland is also wellknown for its more than forty microbreweries, its many m...
Published by Brett Matthew West 67 months ago in United States & Canada | +0 votes | 0 comments
Designated by the National Park Service, and although about one half of them are privately owned, National Historic Landmarks are sites, structures, buildings, objects, or districts that are recognized by the United States as being significantly important historically based on their ability to provide archaeological information, or because they are the homes of prominent people, exemplary examples of construction or design, locations that characterized a particular way of life, areas where natio...
Published by Brett Matthew West 67 months ago in United States & Canada | +1 votes | 1 comments
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