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Please Don’t Banish Bumpy Roads

Please Don’t Banish Bumpy Roads

Candice Gaukel Andrews March 14, 2010 9

I like bumpy roads. Not the ones permeated with potholes big enough to break an axle or skew tires out of alignment, but the “washboard” ones that make your teeth rattle, your words vibrate,

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Geotourism: Preserving the Wonder of Places and People

Geotourism: Preserving the Wonder of Places and People

Wendy Redal February 18, 2010 0

The hallmark of Natural Habitat Expeditions is a passion for adventure. While there are few adventures on earth as exhilarating as a kayak expedition in remote Greenland or trekking to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro

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The Age of Adventure

The Age of Adventure

Candice Gaukel Andrews February 9, 2010 5

If you were to believe much of what you read in newspapers, magazines and ads, or what you see and hear in electronic media today, you might conclude that adventure is mostly for those

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The Happiest Man in The World | Ben’s Musings

Ben Bressler January 19, 2010 3

Dear Friends, Red-eyed and sleepy after hours of weather delays, I read a story in an in-flight magazine late last night about the happiest man on the planet. He’s a young man, 24 years

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Bear Power: Up Close & On the Ground | Olaf’s Corner

Bear Power: Up Close & On the Ground | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver November 23, 2009 0

At Explorer’s Corner, we don’t shy away from getting out there and possibly encountering a bear on the ground while taking proper safety precautions…Some people call it being “one with nature,” but we call

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Live From Churchill: Nov 7, 2009

Live From Churchill: Nov 7, 2009

Steve Selden November 7, 2009 0

  A daily field report on polar bears from our guide Steve Selden in our Churchill, Manitoba office!  Check out our polar bear tours here. Saturday in Churchill was full of excitement as the festivities

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