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There Cure Re-entry Syndrome? Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

Is There a Cure for Re-entry Syndrome?

Porters carrying loads below Kabru MassifI just returned from a long trip abroad. Three weeks in the Himalayas. It was glorious. It was magical. It was horrifying. Read more

Antarctica 2013: Scott Expedition Finds Groove, Pink Start Soon Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

Antarctica 2013: Scott Expedition Finds Its Groove, Pink Expedition Set To Start Soon

November is here at last which means the Antarctic adventurers are gathering in Punta Arenas, Chile and are preparing to set out for the frozen continent. Read more


  • impossible2Possible Team Running Across Peru

    impossible2Possible Team Running Across Peru

    While I was away from my computer for parts of last week, the team at impossible2Possible launched a new youth expedition, this time sending a group of... Read more

    The 11 November 2013 by   Kungfujedi
  • Big City Races in Amazing Places

    City Races Amazing Places

    It would be hard to think of two great cities of the world better suited to adventure sport than Rio de Janeiro and Cape Town – and this coming weekend both hav... Read more

    The 08 November 2013 by   Rob Howard
  • Not Such a Unique Boat Name After All

    Such Unique Boat Name After

    One of the criteria we had when selecting a name for Totem was to find something unique: we didn't want to be another Jenny in the anchorage. Read more

    The 04 November 2013 by   Behan Gifford
  • Taking Kids Skiing? Mind the Goggle Gap

    Taking Kids Skiing? Mind Goggle

    Just launched in the US, the Goggle Gap Project is an intiative designed to raise awareness of the problem of Goggle Gap amongst kids, pre-teens and parents. Read more

    The 25 November 2013 by   Surfcat
  • Introducing Leo, the House Lion

    Introducing Leo, House Lion

    A couple of weeks ago I applied to adopt a cat from the local humane society, and by the time we were approved and he'd had his neuter surgery, the first... Read more

    The 02 November 2013 by   Hikingwithheather
  • Resort-style Cruising: Two Weeks at Rebak

    Resort-style Cruising: Weeks Rebak

    We like to take the road less traveled, and chose anchoring in a quiet bay over tying up in a marina, but it was a fine change of pace to soak up the resort... Read more

    The 08 November 2013 by   Behan Gifford
  • There’s This Boat: Coracle

    There’s This Boat: Coracle

    The schooner America was launched in 1851, and is famous for winning- and giving her name- to the famous challenge we all know as The America’s Cup. It’s... Read more

    The 25 November 2013 by   Behan Gifford
  • Ginkgos and Rhythmites

    Ginkgos Rhythmites

    Our vacation in the flood-ravaged landscapes of the Pacific Northwest came to an end where Interstate Highway 90 crosses Lake Wanapum on the Columbia River. Read more

    The 08 November 2013 by   Hollis
  • They Ran, We Cycled

    They Ran, Cycled

    The day we decided to tackle our final challenge of cycling up the highest motorable road in the world, the Khardung-la pass (5600m) was also well-timed for... Read more

    The 14 November 2013 by   Spanafrican
  • Great Games for Cruisers

    Great Games Cruisers

    Entertainment on our cruising boat is pretty low tech. Oh, we watch some of the movies and TV series, but a lot of our fun and games as a family are the kind... Read more

    The 22 November 2013 by   Behan Gifford


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