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Silent Sunday: Crater Lake

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The Amazon Trail

Lesbian Vacations

By Lee Lynch

Right this minute, friends are traveling through France. I am excited for them—the vacation of a lifetime. They post photos of their adventures on Facebook so I’m following them across France: Paris, Cassis, Marseilles, geocaching in Aix-en-Provence! 1,071 more words

Bold Strokes Books

Kawah Putih: Venturing Mysterious Beauty on a Pre-Wed Location

Usually, there’s nothing much to say about a yearly trip with co-workers, as games, door prizes and selfie matter more than the place of interest itself. 910 more words


On the Road Again

One of our goals as a couple is to see all of the national parks in the U.S. We actually keep a little map in our house where we put stickers on the parks we’ve been to. 781 more words

Quilotoa: Inverted volcano at 4000 meters

An iridescent blue and green crater lake, 3970m up in the Andes, Quilotoa is a stunning sight and well worth a visit.   The crater itself was formed only 800 years ago when a cataclysmic eruption caused the volcano to collapse, sparking pyroclastic flows and lahars (mudflows) that reached as far as the Pacific Ocean.   484 more words

Travel Ecuador

2nd Annual Crater Lake Trip

In an attempt to siphon out the last drops of summer, Trish and I went with two of our close friends, Darren and Audra, to Crater Lake this past weekend. 456 more words

Pedals And Packs