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The Timing of Your Travels

The Timing of Your Travels

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 22, 2010 6

It’s now the end of November, and soon we’ll be ushering in another new year. On December 31—as if everyone in the nation suddenly got a job at Houston’s Johnson Space Center—we’ll all begin

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Adventure on the Cruise Ship “Splendor”—Really?

Adventure on the Cruise Ship “Splendor”—Really?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 15, 2010 9

When the Carnival cruise ship Splendor was towed into the San Diego Harbor late last week after being stranded off the coast of Mexico by an engine fire, many news reporters and bloggers commented

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The Making of an Adventure Town

The Making of an Adventure Town

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 4, 2010 6

I’m going to have to ask for your forbearance right up front on this one, because I’m going to do a little bragging here. Not too long ago, my hometown of Madison, Wisconsin, was

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Georgia On My Mind

Georgia On My Mind

Wendy Redal September 27, 2010 0

Northern Georgia, where the Appalachian Trail terminates, is adventure country for hikers, mountain bikers and waterfall-watchers. But if you're looking for a wilder Georgia adventure, check out two more Georgias you may never even

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Mountains and Monarchs

Mountains and Monarchs

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 6, 2010 6

The Mud Hen was a great little steamboat—a one-of-a-kind, respectable, lake-worthy craft. When I was about eight years old, my uncle Verne, a carpenter and a lover of steam engines, built her out of

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Shackleton’s Whiskey Found

Shackleton’s Whiskey Found

James Dziezynski February 15, 2010 0

Natural Habitat Expeditions love of a good drink, we are very excited about this story coming straight from Antarctica. Members of the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust began excavating a very important find beneath Ernest

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The Age of Adventure

The Age of Adventure

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 9, 2010 5

If you were to believe much of what you read in newspapers, magazines and ads, or what you see and hear in electronic media today, you might conclude that adventure is mostly for those

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Coming Feb. 2011: Sea Kayaking Antarctica

Coming Feb. 2011: Sea Kayaking Antarctica

Megan Koelemay October 27, 2009 4

EC returns in February 2011 to one of the most untamed and animal-rich locales on earth: Antartica! This intrepid sea kayaking expedition takes you away from civilization for an experience like no other.

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