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GPS FOR THE SOUL
Miracles and Why We're Reluctant to Own Them
Jane Simon, M.D.
Writes a weekly blog, www.drsimonsays.blogspot.com
Veterans Help Save the Boundary Waters After it Saved Them
Rocky Mountain Director of the Vet Voice Foundation
To our military veterans, the Boundary Waters is a place where the land and country they fought for provides healing. No one better illustrates this than Erik Packard, an army veteran who served two tours in Iraq.
Sleeping With Wolves and Camping in a Boreal Forest: Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean (Québec, Canada)
Regina Fraser and Pat Johnson
The Grannies on Safari
We were not only going to a private wolf sanctuary, Aventuraid, but also to an animal wilderness park - Zoo sauvage de Saint-Félicien. The zoo was in a stunning boreal forest, and we looked forward to experiencing a camping, canoeing and hiking adventure.
Stopping Ebola by Land, Water and Air
Tom Frieden, MD, MPH
Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Speed is paramount in our response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa as we continue to be vigilant in the fight to extinguish Ebola. The faster we get to communities with suspected cases, the faster we protect the people there.
: Sailboats, Small Islands and the Stewardship of Nature
Chief Scientist for Oceans, Conservation International
is a twin-hulled canoe, or
, based on the ancient design of open-ocean Polynesian voyaging canoes. Millennia ago, Polynesians sailed across thousands of miles of ocean and settled the many islands of the Pacific in canoes just like this.
Paddle Into History in the First Los Angles River Boat Race
Lisa Kaas Boyle
Attorney, Consultant, Writer
Still can't imagine a race in the L.A. River that doesn't involve cars, motorcycles and a film crew? Too strange to be true? Here is more about the race from George Wolfe, the founder and president of L.A. River Expeditions, the event organizer.
10 Things I Will Never Do Again In Summer
Marcia Kester Doyle
Author, "Who's Stole My Spandex?" and Blogger, Menopausal Mother
My folks were always avid travelers in search of new adventures. Once the last school bell rang in June heralding the beginning of summer break, our suitcases were packed and loaded into the station wagon.
A Canoe's Epic Voyage To Change The World
Coolest Modes of Transportation Around the World
Travel and lifestyle writer
Planes, trains, and automobiles are universal, but in some reaches of the world, moving parts are put to new uses. Here is just a glimpse of some of the coolest modes of transportation you could find yourself flagging down, jumping on, or jumping off when traveling the world.
Boats of Doom: 18 Nautical FAILS
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Eating My Heart Out in Toronto
lifestyle,travel & profile writer
Where to Explore Palm Beach County's Wild Side
Eclectic travel writer
It comes as a stunning surprise to most people living amid the sprawl of development that you can have the adventure of exploring the Everglades in your backyard.
Shutout at The Pas
Satirist With Satyrist Aspirations
My father was drawn to fishing because it provided him the opportunity to kill limitless numbers of living things without provoking public disapprobation or drawing the attention of criminal authorities.
It Is Not Easy to Paddle Your Own Canoe
Writer and author
Shoulders and biceps burn and breath comes harder and faster than one would like when the wind forces an unexpected and unwanted change in course.
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