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Choosing the Right Tour Operator: 6 Questions to Ask

Choosing the Right Tour Operator: 6 Questions to Ask

Wendy Redal September 7, 2010 0

If you’re reading Good Nature, chances are you are a traveler who cares about the Earth and its inhabitants, both animal and human. As a traveler, you hold a very privileged position in the

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Reading the Empty and Open Places

Reading the Empty and Open Places

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 23, 2010 4

The long waits now common at airports do have one advantage: they give us a chance to catch up on our reading while getting to and coming back from our travel destinations. Anticipating such

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Leave the GPS behind: Why it’s important to take risks when we travel

Leave the GPS behind: Why it’s important to take risks when we travel

Wendy Redal August 20, 2010 3

I just returned from a delightful family reunion in suburban Minneapolis – not an event or a setting one would associate with ‘adventure travel.’ But my husband and I found ourselves the adventurous anomaly

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Adventures into Other Lives

Adventures into Other Lives

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 6, 2010 5

Sitting on a pretty hilltop on the Bonavista Peninsula of Newfoundland, there’s a little bed-and-breakfast in the quiet, seaside village of Trinity. I stayed there one night, in the summer of 2007, surrounded by

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Wanderlust: Where Does It Come From?

Wanderlust: Where Does It Come From?

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 8, 2010 7

At three years old, my son left home. He didn’t leave for good, of course; but from the time he could get around our neighborhood under his own steam, Travis was traveling. After waking

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Wayfinders Wanted

Wayfinders Wanted

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 27, 2010 6

Before you decided where you were going to go for your next travel adventure, you probably researched different locales online, picked up brochures from several travel agencies, read books on the areas from the

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