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(Almost) Cold Water Diving and The Surface Interval

Okay, let’s cut to the chase: the thing about cold-water diving is not the water; it’s the surface interval.

Although PADI technically (officially) defines “cold-water” as anything… 891 more words

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Be Cold-Impaired No More!

There’re some people in the world who’re naturally good with the cold – they’ve never known a world without snow, navigate the varying temperatures of the year instinctually, and require no armor thicker than a cotton t-shirt to snowboard. 924 more words

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Road-Trip Survival Strategies

Up till a month ago, I thought that road-trips were basically hours spent reclining comfortably in a car, gliding effortlessly through watercolour landscapes while Jason Mraz 1,026 more words

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Be A Better Travel Buddy

Let’s be honest: travelling with anyone is difficult. No matter how close you are or how much you love them, spending 24 unabated hours with the same person in close quarters for several days can quickly turn a dream holiday into 789 more words

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Minneapolis: treachery & intrigue

Minneapolis was built on the river, near some waterfalls, which was used to supply power to lumber mills and (more famously) flour mills. Unlike most cities In South Dakota, instead of being outright stolen, Minneapolis seems to have been acquired through legal trade and treaty. 306 more words

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Minneapolis: Men's Fashion

I am gradually coming to realize that I love cities. If a city is big enough to have neighborhoods (Seattle, Minneapolis, Paris, NYC), I love it. 314 more words

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And so it begins...

After many years of neglect, i’ve decied to restart my blog.  This time it’s going to be about the images i’ve collected (on my camera) on various travels past and hopefully future.  60 more words

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