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5 Reasons to Take an Adventure Cruise

5 Reasons to Take an Adventure Cruise

Emily Deemer June 21, 2013 0

Are you one of those people who thinks they’re not a cruise person?  Do you think cruises are too boring and not active enough for you, and do you shudder at the idea of

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New Outdoor Apps—Bring Them with You Outdoors

New Outdoor Apps—Bring Them with You Outdoors

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 20, 2011 9

It’s less than a week before Christmas, and I’ll bet by now you’re beginning to feel “gadgeted out,” tired of being bombarded with all of the e-mail, internet and TV ads for nifty electronics,

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Eating Traditionally, or Eating Touristy?

Eating Traditionally, or Eating Touristy?

Candice Gaukel Andrews November 22, 2011 19

Part of the pleasure of visiting new places is learning about local customs and tasting homegrown foods. Who hasn’t at least wanted to try haggis in Scotland, say, or “cod cheeks” in Newfoundland? It’s

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Natural Disasters: An Eco-Tourism Tool?

Natural Disasters: An Eco-Tourism Tool?

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 5, 2011 4

In 1951, Kirk Douglas starred in a B movie titled The Big Carnival (originally released as Ace in the Hole). I saw it as a kid, many years later, when the trend was to

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The upside (??) of global warming for Arctic explorers

The upside (??) of global warming for Arctic explorers

Wendy Redal March 24, 2011 0

While the consequences of global warming are posing problems for the health and future of the planet's ecosystems, melting ice has had the effect of opening up new parts of the Arctic for adventure

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Adventure in the DNA

Adventure in the DNA

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 15, 2011 4

If you’re a fan of forensic TV programs—such as Bones, Dexter, Fringe or one of the several CSI series—you can’t help but be familiar with the many ways DNA testing may be put to use:

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Can You Hear the Call of the Northern Wild?

Can You Hear the Call of the Northern Wild?

Wendy Redal January 12, 2011 1

While “the Arctic” may conjure up images of sprawling icefields and endless snow-mantled landscapes, polar bears, and fur-clad Inuit bundled against the cold, it’s a whole different scenario in the summertime. Check out these

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Our New Iceland Trip Ranked in Top 25 by National Geographic Adventure!

Our New Iceland Trip Ranked in Top 25 by National Geographic Adventure!

Megan Koelemay October 21, 2009 0

Our new Iceland/Hornstrandir Nature Preserve kayaking voyage has been ranked as one of the Top 25 Best New Trips in the World by National Geographic Adventure!

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