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McKinley Officially Renamed Denali Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

Mt. McKinley Officially Renamed Denali

Yesterday, President Obama announced that he would use his executive powers to rename the tallest mountain in North America back to its original Inuit name of Denali. Read more

Long-awaited Roman Restaurant Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

A Long-awaited Roman Restaurant

Fourteen years.As we walked through Rome, searching for the Trattoria Der Pallaro, anticipation began to build. After exiting the Campo de Fiori, a modest piazza by Rome standards... Read more

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    The 20 August 2015 by   Hikingfiasco
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    The 10 August 2015 by   Abichal
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    The 24 August 2015 by   Everywhereonce
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    The 11 August 2015 by   Everywhereonce
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    The 21 August 2015 by   Kimkircher
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    The 18 August 2015 by   Thervproject
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    The 28 August 2015 by   Behan Gifford
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    The 14 August 2015 by   Hollis
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