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Major Carolina Rivers Expedition Set to Begin April 29

Explorer Julian Monroe Fisher's many travels have taken him to some of the most remote places on the planet where he has had the opportunity to observe indigenous cultures and map... Read more

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Surfing: The Power of Trying Something Hard

Let’s face it. Surfing is hard.This is the least embarrassing photo, which says somethingI just returned from a week surfing with Hillary Harrison at Peaks and Swells Surf Camp in... Read more

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    The 18 April 2015 by   Hikingwithheather
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Hollis
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Kungfujedi
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Kungfujedi
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    SEA, FAMILY, TRAVEL
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Everywhereonce
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Erin "wired" Saver
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Erin "wired" Saver
    OTHER SPORTS, TREK
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    The 17 April 2015 by   Kungfujedi
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