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Godzone 2018: Foot Rot Fiordland

The Sneaky Weasel Gang really made their presence know at Godzone in Queenstown with a 5th placing, so when the call went out who was keen on Godzone 2018 in Fiordland there was little hesitation from the 4 of us in saying yes. 7,696 more words


HistoriCorps- A Hands On Volunteer Experience

In early May we (hubby and I) will be in Wyoming volunteering with HistoriCorps on the Centennial Work Center.  This is the first time my hubby will be working with me on a HistoriCorps project.  1,000 more words


Day 66? Molasses Keys

I had a nice and relaxing zero day on Frank and Monica’s island. I watched the boats and bridge for a little bit, paddled all around the islands looking for wildlife, talked to a family grilling on the little island, watched a couple forget to move their boat while the tide went out, they just now left, and then watched a spectacular sunset. 105 more words

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Spend a glamorous day at the 'Hollywood of Hawaii'

Kualoa Regional Park on Oahu’s windward coast is next-door to the darling of Hawaii attractions, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and for that reason gets overlooked by most tourists. 294 more words

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Historic Silver Springs

Tourists have been traveling to Silver Springs to see the crystal clear water since the early 1800’s. One of Florida’s first tourist attractions, the first glass bottom boat tours began in the late 1870’s. 593 more words


How Kayaking Benefits the Body and Mind

For more than a decade, Joanna Manaves, a resident of the greater Chicago area, has served as director of planning and materials management at Peacock Foods. 219 more words

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Tom's Harbor Keys to Molasses Keys

I paddled roughly 20 miles today. It was a really great day to be on the water. I managed to get a shower at Curry Hammock State Park, resupplied my food in Marathon. 184 more words

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