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Photo Journal: When Scotland Hits You Hard

Photo Journal: When Scotland Hits You Hard

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 9, 2015 21

Scotland gave me a right punch to the head. And I don’t mean metaphorically. I expected to be awed by its rugged coasts and Iron Age forts. I just didn’t anticipate the real, knock-you-down

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Travel Tale: Getting Down to the Bones in Patagonia

Travel Tale: Getting Down to the Bones in Patagonia

Candice Gaukel Andrews October 23, 2014 12

Bones are everywhere in Patagonia. They dry on the brown steppes and jut up from the desert’s gray floor. They protrude like blue spikes through the surface of lakes and bleach white on the

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Young People Have Less Money Than Ever Before, So Why Are They Traveling More?

Young People Have Less Money Than Ever Before, So Why Are They Traveling More?

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 15, 2014 3

The ages of some of my fellow travelers on a recent trip to Antarctica surprised me. A stay on a ship that takes you to the more remote regions of the world typically isn’t

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Buenos Aires:The Perfect Stopover After an Antarctica Adventure

Buenos Aires:The Perfect Stopover After an Antarctica Adventure

Natural Habitat Adventures June 5, 2014 0

Travel Tale by Holly Glessner, Sky Ambassador at Natural Habitat Adventures  I’ve heard the phrase, “The Paris of South America” used to describe Buenos Aires, and I wanted to see for myself if this

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Urban Animals: Wildlife Is Adapting to City Life

Urban Animals: Wildlife Is Adapting to City Life

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 15, 2013 31

During the winter months, bald eagle watching is one of my favorite pastimes. In Wisconsin where I live, the raptors tend to hang out on the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers. Surprisingly, rather than head

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Expedition Patagonia: A Visual Safari

Expedition Patagonia: A Visual Safari

Wendy Worrall Redal February 9, 2012 0

From glaciers to guanacos, from peaks to pampas, Patagonia contains some of the most gorgeous natural splendors on the planet. Few eyes capture it as vividly as Cassiano “Zapa” Zaparoli, an outstanding naturalist-photographer who is

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