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Dwelling Pinedale – A Wyoming Circuit Through the Wind River Range

Dwelling Pinedale – A Wyoming Circuit Through the Wind River Range

In the Rocky Mountains, the Wind River Range is a crown of glaciers, granite peaks and sky-tinted lakes between Pinedale and Riverton, Wyoming. My brother Michael and I make it up after driving for hours across the dusty badlands, which start 300 miles back just west of the Medicine Bow Mountains. The space between northern Colorado […]

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Pranayama at Moksha Festival

Pranayama at Moksha Festival

On Friday at the Moksha Festival, I was lucky enough to attend the Pranayama and Meditation class led by Tracee Stanley. I didn’t know what to expect because I’d never taken a Pranayama class before, but that didn’t lessen my enthusiasm. When it was time, I grabbed my yoga mat and blended into the mass […]

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Getting Lost on the Trans-Canada Highway

Getting Lost on the Trans-Canada Highway

My family often took summer road trips along the Trans-Canada Highway. These trips never became routine, in part because no one was very good at reading maps and so we would often end up lost on side roads. On these side roads we try to figure out which direction we were facing, play a few […]

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Dongola—A Place for Wonderers

Dongola—A Place for Wonderers

The bus rattled and bumped as it navigated through The Sahara Desert, leaving a trail of dusty sand behind it. I was aboard the bus, staring aimlessly out the narrow window. I tried to bring what I saw into context…to eliminate some of its grand intimidation. Looking out all I could see was the same […]

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One Track Heart: A Life Changing Film about a Life Changed

One Track Heart: A Life Changing Film about a Life Changed

“I’m going to see a film about Krishna Das.” “Bless you,” my husband chuckled. “No, “ I smiled at him, “it’s something about some guy who went to India.” I wasn’t too excited to be spending my Saturday night alone in LA in a movie theater, but it sounded interesting.  I didn’t really have a […]

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A Loss of Beauty

A Loss of Beauty

There are many places that I would like to travel to in the world. There are many brilliant sites; sites, that we have no clue that they exist. The world seems very small to me when I sit at home but when I look at pictures of beautiful places it’s hard to believe that somewhere […]

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China’s Weeklong Earth Day Celebrations Begins on April 16

China’s Weeklong Earth Day Celebrations Begins on April 16

In China, the yearly Earth Day celebrations have been led by the Ministry of Land and Resources of the People’s Republic of China. Usually, the plans are issued in early March and executed by the administrative departments of land and resources at all levels as well as other related organizations. By the end of April, […]

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Fun and Surf under the Pacific Sun

Fun and Surf under the Pacific Sun

Venice Beach and Santa Monica Beach, located next to each other in Southern California, have been two of the most famous locations in Los Angeles for tourists and locals alike.

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Villa Escudero Photo Gallery

Villa Escudero Photo Gallery

View the slideshow of the waterfall restaurant located in the Philippines.

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Waterfalls Restaurant in the Philippines

Waterfalls Restaurant in the Philippines

How about lunch at this Waterfalls Restaurant in the Philippines? Lunch is served on bamboo dining tables set in a few inches of crystalline running water from the falls.

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