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Twisty roads & Jiu-Jitsu

If you haven’t already, read part 1 of our visit to Rio Grande do Sul. That’s when we first came across the tops of the spectacular… 787 more words

Jack

what you can do to live free!


On April 26, 2003, Aron Ralston – an experienced hiker – was climbing alone in Horseshoe Canyon, Utah. As he descended a slot canyon a 360kg boulder dislodged, crushing and pinning his right arm against the canyon wall. 490 more words

Discipleship

Teach me wilderness by DanielHerr

Landing our helicopter was a strange thing at this famous spot because of 20m/s wind. But what a view. Storm and wilderness – colorful, beautiful, merciless, inspiring. 29 more words

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Memories of Theodore Roosevelt National Park ~ by Audrey ~

Theodore Roosevelt National Park

National Park Service surveyor, Chad, talks with Tom

The beautiful buffalo at Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Moonrise Theodore Roosevelt National Park… 89 more words

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Welcome to Canyonland

After the small town of San Martinho, where very little was happening other than their giant burgers, our next target was far off on the other side of the state, close to the Atlantic coast. 561 more words

Jack