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Tricia Brennan

Tricia grew up on the Chesapeake Bay in the Northern Neck of Virginia, where every waking moment was spent outside, usually catching crabs, building forts in the woods or horseback riding. Her interest in travel was sparked in middle school with a service trip to the Dominican Republic. This cultural experience spurred her on in high school to visit Uganda where she taught English to school children through singing songs, and they in turn taught her tribal dances. Experiencing other cultures quickly became Tricia's passion, and she headed to Virginia Tech to earn a degree in tourism management. The beautiful Appalachian Mountains ignited her love for the outdoors, and she spent her free time hiking, camping, whitewater rafting and training horses. Having caught travel bug, she spent part of her second year studying international business in France and Germany. While Tricia was in Europe she visited as many countries as possible and somehow ended up swinging through a canyon in the Swiss Alps at the end of a bungee cord. Upon returning to the U.S., Tricia couldn’t sit still, so she promptly left again to spend her spring break in Costa Rica volunteering at a wildlife rehabilitation center.

After completing her studies and working for a time as an event coordinator, Tricia embarked on her next adventure, a move out west to Colorado. Here, she has found fellow travel and outdoor enthusiasts at Nat Hab, and incredibly delicious beer. With the Rocky Mountains as her new playground, she is trying her hand at trail running and snowboarding. She hopes to visit each continent at least once, and is dedicated to helping others travel the globe as well.
I got to spend my time in Mityana, Uganda with this group of beautiful children.My favorite thing to do when I am home on the Chesapeake Bay is to take the ponies swimming!My favorite hike in all of Virginia, McAfee Knob. The little lost boy who has become my best friend, Jeremiah.Blue Ridge sunsets are the prettiest sunsets.Exploring Appalachia on horseback.Waterfall jumping in Montezuma, Costa Rica.We made it to the bottom!Enjoying the local cuisine while studying abroad in Munster, Germany.Cliffs of Moher, Ireland!Canyon Jumping in Interlaken, Switzerland – Ahhhh!Rock Scrambling!Canoeing off the shores of Maine.My first wild moose sighting while backpacking in Vermont, a baby!Exploring the wild west in Canyonlands National Park, Moab, Utah.My sister and I stumbled upon a herd of elk here in Colorado, in Estes Park.This guy was tough to spot as his big blonde mane blended right in with the golden grass! –Nat Hab's Secluded Botswana SafariBeautiful female leopard, she was quite the model! –Nat Hab’s Secluded Botswana SafariThe Linyanti wild dog pack had a litter of pups just in time for my visit! –Nat Hab’s Secluded Botswana Safari

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