The Joyful Results of My Grand Travel Experiment

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I learned how to work and workout and meditate while traveling, which were big areas of weakness for me. — I’m just finishing up four weeks in Europe with Eva and the kids and wrapping up my Grand Travel Experiment. I have to say it was (mostly) a success. I wasn’t perfect, but even in the […]

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Travelling without Moving

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Perhaps the greatest journey of our lifetime takes place while we are standing still. No passport, no airports, no queues – and very often in the blink of an eye.

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5 Tips For Traveling With Your Loved One

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Travel, especially international travel, can cause friction between even the strongest of couples. Here are a few tips to help avoid the friction and ease it when it comes.

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Holiday Inn: The Perfect Stop Along Your Journey to Extraordinary

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We’re all on a journey to somewhere. And we’re all headed in the same direction: forward.

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Guys Turning to Pinterest for Travel Inspiration

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Whether it’s finding the best place to get mouth-watering burgers, or planning a back-to-basics camping expedition with the guys, Pinterest delivers all the tools for you to plot your travel.

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How We Almost Died 5 Times in a Row in the Most Jumanji Way Possible

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Dustin Timbrook and his friends may never go canoeing in Hawaii again. After you read this, you won’t, either.

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Searching for the Copper Salmon of O’Brian Creek

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An Alaskan side road takes Dan Szczesny to a local, and secret, fishing hotspot where the fish swim right into nets.

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Searching for a Good, Stiff Breeze in Denali National Park

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Deep inside the glorious Denali National Park, Dan Szczesny and his wife have to run from predators—but probably not the sort they expected.

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Circumnavigating the UK on a Mini-Yacht, Port by Port

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“An evening stroll along the middle lane of the New Jersey Turnpike is probably a little more suicidal than sailing in UK waters without keeping a lookout, but not much.” — Jonathan Footerman, on circumnavigating the UK in a mini-yacht.

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We Climb, It’s What We Do

Dan and Janelle celebrate atop North Baldface Mountain.

An Excerpt from The Adventures of Buffalo and Tough Cookie: A Hiking Journey through New Hampshire’s 52 With a View Mountain List

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First Fog, then Gale Force Winds, and Mud. And There Is No Plan B.

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Jonathan Footerman is sailing a mini-yacht solo around the UK. It’s him against the elements. Along with the occasional stuck anchor. 

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The Sea Is So Great, And My Boat Is So Small

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Jonathan Footerman is skippering a 21-foot mini-yacht solo around the UK. And it’s the most dangerous, exhausting and near-disastrous thing he has ever done.

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Unexpected Love from Istanbul

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Events happening on the other side of the world are much more personal when the protesters you see on T.V. are your close friends.

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Business Travel with Dad

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Chuck Ross relates a father and son bonding experience at the U.S./Mexico border.

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Is American Hyphenated?

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An Aussie soldier challenges his Yank counterpart to drop the hyphen from his American identity.

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The Hanoi Hush: Walking Vietnam`s French Quarter [Photos]

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Vietnam’s capital city of Hanoi is awash with sights and sounds to fill the senses. There are times when it’s nice to do without the latter of the two.

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