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The Fourth of July: The Higher Art of Loving Our Country


We love America. We appreciate the country we live in every minute but today is special. We take our time to reflect on our history and achievements and celebrate our people and nature.

America’s nature is truly glorious. We suggest grabbing your favorite cannabis product and dive into the magnificent beauty of our country. Let’s go on a journey!

1. North Cascades, Washington

North Cascades National Park

Photo: National Park Foundation

A wonderful day hike, a breathtaking panorama of peaks, and fresh mountain air. North Cascades definitely have it all. Make sure you booked your tickets.

2. Crater Lake, Oregon

Crater Lake, Oregon

Photo: Reddit / jillcifer

This amazingly blue lake is formed at the top of a dormant volcano. It is also the deepest in America — so don’t miss a chance to look at it!

3. White Sands National Monument, New Mexico

White Sands National Monument

Photo: Expedia

A place where sands blend with the sky. Walk the dunes, sled them down, and enjoy the sunset. Worth a road trip, huh?

4. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Grand Canyon

Photo: TheCanyon

It seems endless; it is gorgeous, unbelievable, and a true natural miracle. Every American must see it — even if it is a once-in-a-lifetime journey.

5. Joshua Tree National Park, California

Joshua Tree National Park

Photo: AARP Travel

Simply stunning. An opportunity to look at this sky in the night is priceless, so take your time and go see it.

6. Sonoran Desert, Arizona

Sonoran Desert

Photo: James D. Best

Get out and stare at the sky in the middle of the desert. The beautiful landscape will take you places — and probably not even in this galaxy.

7. Yosemite National Park, California


Photo: National Park Conservation Association

Nothing can compare to Yosemite and the royal glory of El Capitan. Stop staring at your Mac screen and experience it first-hand. You will not regret.

8. The Green River, Wyoming

The Green River

Photo: Pinterest

A majestic landscape and a mighty river. The place brings calm and strength. A treasure for a troubled soul.

9. Estes Park, Colorado

Estes Park

Photo: Stanley Village Shopping Center

The sweet spot for those who love the Rocky Mountain National Park. Small, calm, and cozy. (And it is Colorado, so…)

10. Goblin Valley State Park, Utah

Goblin State Park


An incredible place to explore how it feels to discover other worlds. You do not want to miss such kind of adventure.

Happy Independence Day!

(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)


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