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Video: The Pull and Pulse of Patagonia

Video: The Pull and Pulse of Patagonia

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 5, 2018 6

Patagonia is one of those places that pulls on your heart as it slowly seeps into your veins. For me, it is achingly desolate, solitary and beautiful in its aloneness. It is a place

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Video: Spend Two Minutes with Our Awe-Inspiring Earth

Video: Spend Two Minutes with Our Awe-Inspiring Earth

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 7, 2016 6

Almost a decade ago, the world fell in love with the documentary series Planet Earth. Produced by the BBC, the project employed 71 cameramen spending more than 2,000 days in the field, filming in

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South Korean Forest Is Cut Down for the Olympics: Is Restoration Possible?

South Korean Forest Is Cut Down for the Olympics: Is Restoration Possible?

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 22, 2015 7

Most of us see the benefits of the world’s Olympic Games: they are some of the very few times nations come together to showcase their most beautiful landscapes and best athletes. For the hosting cities and countries,

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Photo Journal: the Tall Trees of Redwood National Park

Photo Journal: the Tall Trees of Redwood National Park

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 27, 2015 27

Some have always been drawn to the mountains, while others are called to ocean shores. But I constantly feel the pull of forests (I’ve even written a book about them). My particular predilection causes

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The Jeremiah Johnson Complex: Are Introverts Drawn to the Mountains?

The Jeremiah Johnson Complex: Are Introverts Drawn to the Mountains?

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 3, 2015 23

The first time I ever traveled outside of the United States, I didn’t choose a Caribbean beach vacation or an African safari. Even though I live 12 months out of the year in the

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Travel Tale: Lost in Time in Yellowstone National Park

Travel Tale: Lost in Time in Yellowstone National Park

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 4, 2014 8

There are a few, rare places in the world where time as a linear construct just doesn’t seem to make much sense; places where the past, present and even the future seem to be

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