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Adventure Slogans: Passion in a Pair of Pants

Adventure Slogans: Passion in a Pair of Pants

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 29, 2018 3

Like a soft, stretched-out sweater you’ve had for decades or a faded, well-worn jean jacket, I have a favorite pair of slacks. They earned my esteem not because of a fantastic fit, a comfortable

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Video Encounters with Mystifying Greenland Sharks

Video Encounters with Mystifying Greenland Sharks

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 26, 2018 1

Deepwater, mythic and prehistoric creatures, Greenland sharks inhabit the Atlantic Ocean, from Canada to Norway and off the coast of Scotland. When it comes to legends, some have suggested a Greenland shark may actually

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Videos: I Suck; You Probably Do, Too

Videos: I Suck; You Probably Do, Too

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 29, 2018 1

Plastics were originally invented to save animals. Let that fact sink in for a moment because it’s sadly ironic. Today, plastic plays a large part in killing them. It seems to have all started

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Plastic Straws Sent Packing from Scotland and Seattle

Plastic Straws Sent Packing from Scotland and Seattle

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 20, 2018 8

There’s a famous, one-word line in the 1967 movie The Graduate, when a well-meaning man advises a young college student, played by actor Dustin Hoffman, to think about the direction of his future. “Plastics,”

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Traveler Story: Scotland’s Wild Highlands & Islands

Traveler Story: Scotland’s Wild Highlands & Islands

Natural Habitat Adventures February 17, 2018 0

“Each day was an adventure, really. I do think the days we spent on Handa Island, and boating out to Little Bernera made the deepest impression. Trekking across the wild heaths, with the wind

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Video: the Aurora Borealis over Scotland

Video: the Aurora Borealis over Scotland

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 7, 2017 3

The northern lights—also known as the aurora borealis—have been around since the Earth formed an atmosphere more than four billion years ago. The dinosaurs saw them, early humans certainly gazed at them, you may

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