Where can valleys be found in?
An area of low land which lies between ranges of hills or mountains and also going down hill.
The Annapolis valley, with its rich soil and milder climate is perfect for vineyards and apple groves. also blueberryies, strawberries and other feild berries do well all over… Nova Scotia. (MORE)
Galileo found imperfections on the Sun in the form of sunspots and imperfections on the Moon in the form of mountains and valleys?
True. Through his telescope, Galileo saw sunspots on the Sun, which were considered "imperfections" at the tie. He also used hie telescope to prove that the Moon has mountains… and valleys like the "imperfect" Earth by noticing the shadows cast near the dividing line between the light and the dark portions of the lunar face. (MORE)
This article reviews the Manior de Clairbois, a B&B located in France's Loire Valley.… (MORE)
Most people think of dairy farms and breweries when they think of Wisconsin. What many don't realize is that there is an entirely different side to this beautiful state filled… with historical inns, luxurious bed and breakfasts and cozy cottages. Most of these locations offer five star hospitality, great dining (MORE)
Maryland is often described as a miniature America and for good reason. Despite being a small state, Maryland seems to have almost everything that the whole country has to off…er: from mountainous terrains and friendly countryside atmosphere to the picturesque beaches and exciting port towns. Maryland is also a popular (MORE)
When someone says "barge," you probably think of the long boats that are used on rivers and canals to transport goods. However, you can also cruise on barges. These barges cru…ise rivers and canals throughout Europe to places such as The Netherlands, France, Germany, Ireland, and England. Like other cruise (MORE)
Borax, also known as sodium borate, sodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate, is an important boron compound, a mineral, and a salt of boric acid. Borax is the most importa…nt boron mineral of industrial use. It is called "cotton ball". Boron is a common ingredient of soaps, cleansers, herbicides, soldering fluxes, gasoline antiknock compounds, pharmaceuticals, water softeners, food preservatives, and fire retardants. The center of cotton ball production then moved to Death Valley in 1880. Death valley's has a vast supply of borax due to it's climate and soil that combine minerals to combine large amounts of borax. Actually a prospector named Aaron Winters and his wife Rosie discovered Death Valley's borax in 1881. Borax is found on many dry lakebeds throughout Nevada and in the Amargosa Valley and Death Valley on the Eastern border of California. (MORE)
Death Valley is a real valley in the Mojave Desert. It is named "Death Valley" because it's really really hot there and it is below sea level.