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Botswana

By On December 1, 2015

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Nature

Namibia – Lost Among the Red Dune Mountains

By On November 23, 2015

We were lost, wandering the desert wilderness for about 45 minutes just north of Tsumeb (soo-meb). Worry was setting in. No map. No food. Only a quarter tank of gas in a… Read More

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Namibia

By On November 20, 2015

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South Africa

By On November 15, 2015

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Chile

By On November 1, 2015

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Bolivia

By On October 15, 2015

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Peru

By On October 10, 2015

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Nature

Brazil – Where Danger Lurks

By On September 30, 2015

Asher and I were standing at the end of a three-meter long tree stump that was stretched out over the fastest part of the Salobra River. We were nervous. Beneath us, schools… Read More

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Brazil

By On September 30, 2015

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U.S. and Mexico

By On September 9, 2015

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Nature

Alaska – An Epic Loop to the Arctic Circle

By On August 31, 2015

He was our neighbor for six days in Fairbanks and we spoke every morning and evening, but I knew nearly nothing about the man; nothing except that our dog, who usually barks… Read More

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Montana, Canada & Alaska

By On July 31, 2015

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Japan – Coloring Inside the Lines

By On April 30, 2015

Contrasted with the sweat and strain of Southeast Asia, we found Japan a nation of sublime balance where strife and urgency are juxtaposed against natural beauty and human aesthetics. We arrived in the… Read More

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Japan

By On April 30, 2015

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Places

Vietnam – Down the Rabbit Hole

By On April 15, 2015

Asher and I were crawling 15 feet beneath the hot jungle of Vietnam, still 50 meters from the intersection where we hoped to find steps back to the surface. We had no map, no… Read More

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Vietnam

By On April 15, 2015

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Architecture

Cambodia – Temple Mountain

By On April 9, 2015

“Do you know about the linga?” our guide asked. We nodded. It was the tenth time he’d shared the story about their significance in the Angkor culture, but that didn’t stop him… Read More

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Cambodia

By On April 9, 2015

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Nature

Laos – Land of the Red Sun

By On April 5, 2015

It was night when we landed; as we walked a quarter mile across the tarmac to the terminal, flakes of black ash gently spun around us like maple seeds in dry August.… Read More

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Laos

By On April 5, 2015

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