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Comeback Country: A Climate-Changed Churchill?

Comeback Country: A Climate-Changed Churchill?

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 30, 2012 11

The lands that we come from are certainly a big part of who we are. When people ask at first meeting, “Where are you from?,” they’re trying to get a sense of who you

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Adventures Alone: First Solo, Unassisted Ski Across Antarctica

Adventures Alone: First Solo, Unassisted Ski Across Antarctica

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 28, 2012 3

In January of this year, a British woman, Felicity Aston, accomplished an incredible feat for adventure annals: she skied solo and unassisted across Antarctica. She is the first woman—and first human—to do so. Dragging

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Only in the Galapagos!

Only in the Galapagos!

Wendy Redal August 7, 2012 0

Yeah, I know. You think this is Photoshopped. It’s not. Wildlife in the Galapagos really is nonchalant about human presence, like this sea lion at Gardner Bay on Espanola. And you really can get

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Nat Hab Staff Gets Dirty at the Wild Animal Sanctuary

Nat Hab Staff Gets Dirty at the Wild Animal Sanctuary

guest July 11, 2012 0

By Ted Martens It goes without saying that the NHA staff is crazy about wild animals – after all, it’s our job to introduce our guests to the world’s most amazing wildlife encounters! So when

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Ten Things the Galapagos Islands Taught Me

Ten Things the Galapagos Islands Taught Me

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 12, 2012 17

If you’re a parent, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, grandparent or friend, you probably know someone who was part of Graduation 2012. And at this time of year, young, degree-holding students are being bombarded with

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You’re Never Too Old for Adventure!

You’re Never Too Old for Adventure!

Wendy Redal May 21, 2012 0

73-year-old Tamae Watanabe broke her own 2002 record to become the oldest woman to summit Mount Everest on Saturday, May 19,

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