Clarity is a good thing in the midst of a river adventure, that and serendipity.
George refuses to believe that the Colorado River is ruined, and here is why.
It started with a frustrated street vendor in Tunisia, who set himself on fire and ignited an Arab Spring.
Intoxicated by two red-eye flights and a 17-hour layover in Moscow, I arrived in Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek, at 5 a.m.
Travel for Dr. Bruce Hayward was about making deep connections with people and places.
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I come to Big Bend to be alone. For years, people have told me why they do not come here. It is in Texas. It is a dead end with a long drive in and out. It can be very hot. It is a desert.
I came looking for apocalypse. And I found it, though not exactly as planned. But isn’t that the case with apocalypse?
Long-time Mountain Gazette contributor Cal Glover passed away in late-December 2012.
Mountain Gazette’s 5th Annual Dog Photo Contest
Okay, then. My dog is tied with your dog at the top of the list as Best Dog Ever.
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