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Cuteness Overload: A Scotland Puffins Photo Essay

Cuteness Overload: A Scotland Puffins Photo Essay

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 3, 2018 4

Every time I see a puffin, the same thought comes to mind: They’re not real, right? They’re too impossibly cute. For me and for everyone else on the planet, I bet, they seem just

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“Fernweh”: A Farsickness or Longing for Unseen Places

“Fernweh”: A Farsickness or Longing for Unseen Places

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 8, 2018 4

You know when you’ve been away too long. You find yourself feeling a bit wistful for the comforts and familiarity of home, or you get a knot in your stomach when you think about

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Traveler Story: Adventures ‘Round Iceland

Traveler Story: Adventures ‘Round Iceland

Natural Habitat Adventures January 25, 2018 0

“From whale watching in the Westfjords, to an early morning Zodiac cruise in a glacier lagoon, to puffin photos on the rocks near Reynisdrangar Rocks, our journey ‘Round Iceland was an amazing collection of

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2017: Warm Fall, Cold Winter. It’s Still Climate Change.

2017: Warm Fall, Cold Winter. It’s Still Climate Change.

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 5, 2017 1

Fall 2017 will officially come to a close in just about two weeks. It was probably one of the warmest falls that you can remember. That’s why it may be hard now, in the

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Icelandic Women & Natural Wonders in the Land of Fire & Ice

Icelandic Women & Natural Wonders in the Land of Fire & Ice

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl January 12, 2017 0

Guess which country is consistently cited as one of the best places in the world to be a woman (and, we believe, is also one of the best places to visit in general)? Here

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New Year’s 2017: Should “Auld” Acquaintance Be Forgot? I Think Not.

New Year’s 2017: Should “Auld” Acquaintance Be Forgot? I Think Not.

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 27, 2016 0

Traditionally, throughout the world on New Year’s Eve, we all join in the singing of “Auld Lang Syne.” The song, whose title roughly translates as “for old times’ sake,” is appropriate for the end

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