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Culebra, Puerto Rico

Culebra is a small island off the coast of Puerto Rico. It can be a bit of a pain to get to but you will be rewarded with one of the most beautiful beaches you’ve ever seen. 861 more words

Beach Style

Two Days in Franz Josef

The Maori name of the Franz Josef Glacier is Ka Roimata o Hinehukatere, which means “Tears of Hinehukatere.” Hinehukatere was an adventurous girl who loved to climb the mountains, and her sweetheart Wawe followed her even though he wasn’t a great climber. 739 more words

New Zealand

Winter is finished on the Crystal Coast

In spite of the ice in this picture from earlier in the week, winter’s back is broken on the Crystal Coast.


Time Along Lofton Creek

The towering cypress on the left occupies an eight foot diameter half a mile from Pages Dairy Road in Yulee, Florida. The oldest known cypress in the world (burned in 2012 by a meth addict) was seventeen and a half feet wide and approximately 2000 years old, so this conifer has at least a millennium on any awkward biped rowing below its baobesque branches.

New growth hints at futility.



By Vladimir Brezina

As a reward for setting out in our kayaks on a cold, snowy Manhattan circumnavigation, we raft up in the shelter of our favorite barge… 18 more words


5 Sports Best Played In The Snow

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – North Texas is covered in snow and ice, prompting many school districts to cancel due to worsening road conditions.

The kids will get restless sitting at home for the third day this week. 226 more words