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Printed Guidebooks: Can Frommer’s Be Successful Again?

Printed Guidebooks: Can Frommer’s Be Successful Again?

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 3, 2013 25

There’s no doubt that the print publishing world is rapidly changing, and perhaps nowhere is the revolving nature of the industry being played out more visibly than in the travel guidebook genre. Last year,

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The Art of Adventure: Cartographers and Paleoartists

The Art of Adventure: Cartographers and Paleoartists

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 10, 2012 4

In 1719, when cartographer John Senex was drawing a map of the English empire in America, there was still a lot that was unknown. The little information about this “new land” that he did

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Create a Natural Habitat for Migratory Birds

Create a Natural Habitat for Migratory Birds

Wendy Redal March 24, 2011 0

One of the many joys of spring that I look forward to is the return of migratory birds to our yard. When we lived at nearly 8,000 feet in the mountain foothills outside Boulder,

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Rare ocelot found in Arizona backyard

Rare ocelot found in Arizona backyard

Wendy Redal February 10, 2011 1

That's no ordinary kitty treed by a dog in a southern Arizona backyard! This young ocelot's presence might indicate that the small population in Mexican Sonora is making its way over the border for

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Happy Travelers

Happy Travelers

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 25, 2010 16

Smiling sightseers in Uganda, Africa. Big grins on the faces of tourists to Costa Rica. An enthusiastically clapping audience for the whales off the Mexican Baja Peninsula. Come to think of it, have you

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Enjoy a Slothful Sojourn in Costa Rica!

Enjoy a Slothful Sojourn in Costa Rica!

Wendy Redal October 5, 2010 2

Ever heard of a sloth wrangler? That’s what caretakers of these cuddly, laid-back rainforest dwellers are called at the Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica. They look after the more than 75 sloths that live

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