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Expedition Advice: How to approach people

Welcome back!

This week I’ll be following on from last week’s blog: “Expedition Advice: Where do you start?“. This time I’ll be writing about how to approach potential collaborators, patrons, sponsors, the list goes on. 431 more words

Expedition

Uganda

I am so excited for this expedition, my first time going to Africa, I know it’s going to be life changing. I’m so excited to go and serve alongside the people of Uganda and be apart of the local community there for 15 days. 82 more words

Charity

Drake Passage. The Open Ocean.

Tuesday 18th Feb. 1808 Drake Passage Position: 56° 45 S, 64° 33.5 S. Watch 8am-12.30pm. Mess duty: 4.30pm-13.30pm following day.

Woke early before my watch as the anchor was rattling loudly in the hull, which is conveniently set below the floorboards where I sleep. 1,056 more words

Adventure

Ekspedisi KA Naikkan Tarif 15%

Bisnis Indonesia

Selasa, 22 April 2014

Oleh: Kahfi

JAKARTA – Kalangan perusahaan ekspedisi kereta api menyepakati penaikan tarif jasa angkutan barang sebesar 15% menyusul langkah PT. 559 more words

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Through the hard times

Life lessons by the handful. So we’ve gone through a bit of a hard time lately. Car accident that was ruled “at fault” for a vehicle malfunction, loss of a job, Chelsea’s visit to the hospital, All among other things. 227 more words

Of Timex Mens T49261 Expedition Rugged Field Shock Analog

The slogan and the styles of the timex watches may have changed through the years to keep up with the ever-changing fashion scene, however, the durability and dependability of the timex is still strong and possibly better than before. 289 more words

Timex

Dragon Delivers Science, Station Supplies

 

The SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is berthed to the Earth-facing port of the International Space Station’s Harmony node.

Image Credit: 

NASA TV

 

This image of SpaceX Dragon grappled by Canadarm2 was sent down by Flight Engineer Steve Swanson to Instagram with the message, “We have a Dragon. 471 more words

NASA