Bushcrafting – The New Hiking!

I’d like to take you back in time. Think back to your scout days. A simpler time. When we didn’t depend on computers and smart phones. When we spent time

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Land of a Thousand Hills – Rwanda

First of all, let me begin by wishing all of you a Very Happy New Year! I’m sure you are as glad as I am to say good-bye to 2020.

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What About Soft Adventure?

If you read this blog regularly you know we’re always talking about different trends in travel. You also might know that we want you to combine your own travel style

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Meanwhile, Back At The Vermejo Park Ranch

He’s the 2nd largest landowner in the United States. He’s a tireless champion of conservation and the environment. At times controversial, and at the same time a primary force in

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Incredible !ndia

The colors, oh the colors! I imagined how it would look through stories I had read… dreamed of the day I would set foot in this land. Then I did,

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South Africa – Inspiring New Ways

Chock full of activities, South Africa offers everything. Of course there are safaris – the Big 5 to be sure. It also offers some of the best wines on the

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Celebrating National Parks

My family did NO traveling when I was a kid, which had me fantasizing endlessly, and probably why I still fantasize about traveling, and why I became a writer. At the age of

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Jordan – Beyond Petra

This is a companion piece to my May article on Israel. Visiting the two countries on the same trip is quite popular, so I thought it fitting to post the

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Take The Plunge…

According to the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals, there are currently 10.4 million residential and 309,000 public swimming pools in the United States. However only 15% of adults go

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If They Build It, Travelers Will Come…

Architecture Tours celebrate the most beautiful structures in the world. At the age of 20, I walked in to the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris on Easter Sunday. I was traveling

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