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Colorado River in Grand Canyon Tops 2015 List of ‘Most Endangered Rivers’

Colorado River in Grand Canyon Tops 2015 List of ‘Most Endangered Rivers’

Wendy Worrall Redal April 18, 2015 0

Few landscapes on Earth are as stirring as the Grand Canyon, the most iconic emblem of the American Southwest. Major John Wesley Powell, who headed the first Colorado River expedition by white men through the

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The T-Shirt’s 100th Anniversary:  What Do Yours Say About You and the Places You Visit?

The T-Shirt’s 100th Anniversary: What Do Yours Say About You and the Places You Visit?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 16, 2013 6

Our family’s T-shirt habit probably started out the same as your family’s custom did. Grandma and grandpa went on a trip and brought home T-shirts with their destination’s name and an image printed on

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The Cure for Too Much Information: Detox Inside by Getting Outside

The Cure for Too Much Information: Detox Inside by Getting Outside

Wendy Worrall Redal January 9, 2012 2

For 2012, resolve to turn off the Internet, tune out the text and rediscover your inner self and core values -- ideally on a wilderness adventure far away from technological tethers

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The Problem with Being Popular

The Problem with Being Popular

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 22, 2011 4

Like all traipsers through woods and walkers of rivers, I have a few favorite, “secret places.” I could go on and on about their beauty, about what makes them so different from any other

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Mountains and Monarchs

Mountains and Monarchs

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 6, 2010 6

The Mud Hen was a great little steamboat — a one-of-a-kind, respectable, lake-worthy craft. When I was about eight years old, my uncle Verne, a carpenter and a lover of steam engines, built her

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