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All the landmarks I saw on my trip really sucked! So I have no favorites...

Well, actually, that's not true. What sucks is there's only one landmark to choose from. It's like a politician running unopposed. Whether or not you like them, it doesn't matter, they are guaranteed to win.

Fortunately, the single, lone landmark that I had seen was indeed special, deserving selection as a favorite. Talk about landmarks! This beauty certainly left its mark on the land. 550 feet deep and 4000 feet across, I'd say that's a pretty big mark! More of a hole actually. Perhaps it'd be better designated as a landhole instead.

I tell ya, the selection process for the landmark category was very hard, but I managed to prevail.

Here is my one and only favorite landmark.

Meteor Crater
Natural Landmark

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Ausable Chasm, Keeseville, NY
Somewhere in Northeastern Arizona
Bryce Canyon National Park, UT
Big Sur, CA
Jackson Square and Saint Louis Cathedral, French Quarter, New Orleans, LA
Big Sur, CA
Iron Ore Meteorite Fragment, Meteor Crater near Flagstaff, AZ
Grand Teton Range, WY
Docile Deer, Yosemite National Park, CA
Tall Sailing Ship, Bar Harbor, ME
Devilish Sunset near Medina, NY
Big Sur, CA
Friday Harbor, San Juan Island
Bed and Breakfast, Brewster, MA