Guides Who Make You Go!

August 27, 2015   4 Comments »

Category Archive: Adventure Travel

Guides Who Make You Go!

August 27, 2015 4 Comments »

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I am half aware that I have fallen asleep. My head back on the seat, mouth open, I may even be drooling for all I know. I can sort of still hear the people talking around me and the radio on, but it’s just background noise that tends to lull me more into this catnap. […]

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Things to do in the Pyrenees

July 23, 2015 1 Comment »

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A region filled with mountain villages, snowy peaks, and dormant volcanoes is bound to be full of adventure. Whether it’s soft adventure, cultural adventure, or heart pounding adventure, there are plenty of things to do in the Pyrenees.  In fact, the Spanish Pyrenees has something for everyone!  Read the entire article on my website…

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Experiencing the Indy 500 Live

June 25, 2015 No Comments »

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We all pulled the chairs up close gathering around our stereo cabinet. My dad was ready; he had his number 2 pencil and yellow legal notepad.  He was meticulously filling each line with a number – 1 through 200 representing each lap. In the late 1970’s, this is what we considered family time, all sitting […]

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Am I Brave Enough?

May 27, 2015 5 Comments »

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He looked at me and asked, “What are you nervous about?” I was shivering with water rushing around me perched at the top of the waterfall as I was staring down 80 feet to the bottom where the water spray exhibited it’s sheer power. There were so many things swirling in my head that I […]

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Throwing Stones in Houses

May 12, 2015 8 Comments »

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We’ve all seen it during the winter Olympics – the strange and foreign sport of curling. Every 4 years I have the same reaction, “What?! This is an Olympic sport? What next, will they allow shuffleboard into the summer Olympics?” Yet secretly, much like badminton and ping-pong in the summer Olympics, curling intrigued me. When […]

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