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Back onto the Liquid Highway

Having recovered, for the most part, it was time to get things back on track, but this time I would be joined by David Lannie of Mobile Alabama for the next couple weeks. 329 more words

One Canadian's Journey

Have you heard of these 2 guys?

For those of you who enjoy a good read, a little bit of history, paddling and learning everything you can about it, I wanted to share this tidbit of information with you because its kind of neat in the respect that the following Two Very Famous Paddlers ….  36 more words

One Canadian's Journey

The Tower of (Noisy) Silence

Bangalore! A city which was once known for its quiet, laid back life. A city known for its greenery, and was even nicknamed Garden City of India, is now quite the opposite. 531 more words

A Visit to Albuquerque

People like to break things up into neat little groups.  It is a technique people use in order to try to simplify a world that, in reality, is quite complicated.   1,107 more words


An Old World Town in a New World Region

In the U.S.A., we are quite accustomed to the seeing certain kinds of towns in certain parts of the country.  Since cities were built earlier on the East Coast, we expect to see towns laid out like Boston, Annapolis, or Charleston.   1,081 more words