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The Jebel Toubkal Adventure – Day 3

The Route: Jebel Toubkal | Distance: 16.5km | Time: 12 Hours
Height gain: 967m | Max Altitude: 4167m | Start: Neltner Refuge | Finish: 1,759 more words


Swallowed by the Sea Monster

Folks, put on your sea legs! This week I am reviewing Sea Monster Imperial Stout by Ballast Point Brewing of San Diego.

While fishing around for a dark beer, I was lured in by the bright color of an anglerfish. 265 more words


The dying of today...

Being the bearer of bad news and receiving bad news are not great from either perspective, in fact sometimes you have to just rip the band aid off and give in to the inevitable. 293 more words


Guide to the CT stouts + porters that we drank this winter

On this last day of winter, we figured that it’d be pretty slick to pay tribute to all the great stouts that we tasted this past season that come from Connecticut breweries. 1,383 more words

Bitchin' Beer List

Sherpas and Porters

“Sherpa is not an occupation,  it is a people”

Everything in the Everest Base Camp region is carried in, either by people or yaks, cows, donkeys, and horses. 220 more words

Our Inca Trail Porters First Visit to Machu Picchu

By Raul Ccolque Ccolque

In February the Inka Trail is closed due to heavy rains, government maintenance and the cleaning of the Trail. Alpaca Expeditions took the opportunity during this off month to create lots of activities such as, cleaning the trail for the Lares trek, the Huchuy Qosqo Trail, Inka Trail, and the training for our chefs and guides. 1,165 more words

Machu Picchu

Porter’s Five Forces: A Model for Industry Analysis

by Daniel Tumm

When analyzing an industry, there are many approaches that can be taken. One framework known as Porter’s Five Forces is a simple, yet powerful tool that is often overlooked when evaluating the competitiveness of an industry. 758 more words