The conference will officially begin on Wednesday of this week, but tomorrow we'll spend a day of adventure outdoors first. Then on the following two days I'll get to network with others in the outdoor and adventure travel industry discussing topics that are important to all of us. I'll also be meeting with a number of different representative of travel companies and destinations too with the chance of potentially working together in the future.
While I'm away this week, I'll be keeping a close eye on some of the developments in the Himalaya as the season begins to get underway. I'll also watch out for any other major breaking stories in the outdoor and adventure world too. It is about to become a very busy time, and if anything exciting happens, I'll be sure to share. But most likely I'll be back early next week to get caught up before leaving again a few days later on a kayaking trip in Oregon.
I'm sure I'll have plenty to share from all of these experiences in the future and you can follow my social media outlets (Twitter - Facebook - Instagram) for ongoing updates. Back soon!
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