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Top 5 Reasons to Go on an Active Adventure

Top 5 Reasons to Go on an Active Adventure

WWF January 13, 2016 0

Instead of just following the crowd, these adventures take you to the top of snow-capped mountains, along the shores of winding rivers and practically to the ends of the Earth. Of course adventure isn’t

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The Art of Adventure: Cartographers and Paleoartists

The Art of Adventure: Cartographers and Paleoartists

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 10, 2012 4

In 1719, when cartographer John Senex was drawing a map of the English empire in America, there was still a lot that was unknown. The little information about this “new land” that he did

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First Explorers: The Siberia-Native American Connection

First Explorers: The Siberia-Native American Connection

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 28, 2012 10

When early, intrepid European explorers first began trekking through the New World in the late 1400s, they were awed by the strikingly different cultures they encountered. But they also came to notice something else:

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Inspiration for modern-day explorers

Inspiration for modern-day explorers

Wendy Redal July 2, 2010 1

I saw the IMAX film Hubble last weekend and was astounded anew by the human propensity for exploration. As astronaut Frank Borman has said, “Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit.” But

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