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Please Don’t Banish Bumpy Roads

Please Don’t Banish Bumpy Roads

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 14, 2010 9

I like bumpy roads. Not the ones permeated with potholes big enough to break an axle or skew tires out of alignment, but the “washboard” ones that make your teeth rattle, your words vibrate

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Off-Setting Your Flights: A Step in the Right Direction

Off-Setting Your Flights: A Step in the Right Direction

Wendy Redal March 1, 2010 0

In a quest to open up realms of adventure far from well-trodden travel routes, Natural Habitat Expeditions covers the globe from pole to pole. From Spitsbergen and Ammassalik in the far north, to the lower

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Protect Patagonia: Eat Sustainable Wild Salmon

Protect Patagonia: Eat Sustainable Wild Salmon

Wendy Redal February 8, 2010 2

The jagged coast of southern Chile is one of the most dramatic places on earth. A maze of fjords and islands, the topography is testament to the power of ice to shape a landscape.

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A Photo Made Me Do It

A Photo Made Me Do It

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 2, 2009 9

I once traveled 5,500 miles from home because of a photograph. I saw it by chance one late fall afternoon, while skimming through a tour-company catalog that had just arrived in my mailbox. Walking

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Why We Travel

Why We Travel

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 3, 2009 9

Ask anyone who travels why he or she does it, and you’ll get answers that usually revolve around the theme of seeing something new or experiencing something different. I think I travel for the

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