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¤ A Second Honeymoon in a Postcard Place by ¤ A Postcard Journey
1 Feb 2005  thru  15 Feb 2005
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18 Dec 2008
While our daughter is in Tuscany on her second honeymoon as I write this, I'm already longing for Guatemala where Steve and I were married in 1974 just as the rainy season was beginning. Originally, we were to be married in the outdoor chapel, not
50 States of Mind by Matthew Cicsfore
24 Jan 2004
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2 Feb 2004
I just got back from a broke-as-hell, poorly planned excursion to the West Coast. I had to Spange for cash, eat out of a dumpster (only once), sleep out doors, live in a van AND work odd construction jobs for minimum wage, just to survive...It was
Aliens--Destroying my mind by Andrew Chen
15 Jan 2003
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1 Feb 2003
It's hard and tite!!!!! Read it like I call it a so called POEM that this action ACTUALLY happened to me..it's not fake.... and I won't tell you anythin' about it. IT'S MY POEM and I spit nothing but just READ IT (it's not gross)..........just my mind
Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Washington by Robert Beal
21 Jun 2013  thru  5 Jul 2013
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7 Jul 2013
After a 3-day backpack in The Enchantments with two friends, I did a 10-day solo in another part of the southeastern area of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. The ALW comprises a series of mountain ranges on both sides of the Cascade divide. This story
Alvord Desert by Wylie and Helene
28 May 1999  thru  30 May 1999
Average Rating of 8 Viewers
Last Updated
27 Aug 1999
The Alvord Desert lies in the SW corner of Oregon. This Alvord Salt Lake is only a few muddy feet deep. There are hot springs seeps and some bath houses in the marshes pictured above. The lake is surrounded by a larger dry lake bed that
Editor's Choice Around the World in 180 days by Jolie Muren & Ned McDaniel
1 Aug 1998  thru  1 Feb 1999
Average Rating of 4 Viewers
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25 May 1999
This is about a life long dream to circumnavigate the world on a surfing adventure. It has been modified to include some of Jolie's ambitions in travel. I would like for it to be something of a documentary of the event.
Borrowing the Earth by Ola Meredith Jedryznski
14 Aug 2004
Average Rating of 2 Viewers
Last Updated
7 Jan 2008
This is about my transformation into being a chivani and not being marime. Feel free to browse, but remember this is not edited. It's free flowing thought about what I'm going through. I made this for me, but anyone is welcome to knowledge.
Bud's Travels by Bud Tourist Mannequin

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20 Dec 1999
I am a mannequin. I have been traveling all over the world since 1983. The pictures here are real, no stupid computer tricks. These photographs are a tribute to all USA Citizen/Tourists, wherever in the world they may be.
California, Spring Break 1999 by Kathleen McDonald
19 Mar 1999  thru  27 Mar 1999
Average Rating of 7 Viewers
Last Updated
19 May 2001
*The artwork is by Gina unless otherwise noted*. Although i was born and raised in Los Angeles my memory was a bit foggy after being up in Idaho for over 25 years, so i went to the library and got some books about L.A., and I actually found some
Canada by Tamie Poepping
1 Dec 2004  thru  5 Jan 2005
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21 May 2005
First destination on my round-the-world trip was essentially Home Sweet Home -- Alberta. I stopped to see friends and family in Calgary and Lethbridge, before heading up to my parents' place in Camrose. I got an early Christmas present of a surprise
Canada by Katherine

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23 Apr 2002
I came to Toronto from Pennsylvania in 2000 and I've never been sorry about my relocating here. As a perpetual foreigner with thick accent I feel much more accepted here than I ever was back in the US. Whoever came up with the famous phrase of a
Editor's Choice Canyonlands National Park by Wylie and Helene
7 Jun 1999  thru  11 Jun 1999
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27 Aug 1999
We're heading off for a 5 day trip into the backcountry. I, Wylie, will be travelling with my two nephews, Brad (age 13) and David (age 10). We will be travelling around the Island in the Sky district on the White Rim Road. The Island in the Sky is
City exploration by krisitn Valta
1 Jan 2003  thru  1 Dec 2003
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12 Nov 2003
I reached the big city to further my knowledge of thge fine arts. These entries are different than most. This trip, I decided to take on the study of a fast paced society, definately new to me. Let's see what society has to teach my youthful mind!
Colorado Hiking by David Renwick
31 Jul 2009
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3 Sep 2009
In this journal you'll find photos and thoughts from hiking and out door adventures that I've enjoyed.
Colorado, USA by WhereAreJanetandRick
13 Aug 2004  thru  20 Aug 2004
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23 Aug 2004
Janet's cousin Warren's son, Jacob, was having his Bar Mitzvah in Denver on Aug 14, so the clan gathered for a weekend of family fun. We used this as an excuse to start our trip early and spend 2 weeks in Colorado - the last 10 days in the mountains to
Eastern Washakie Wilderness (Wyoming) by Robert Beal
10 Sep 2003  thru  24 Sep 2003
Average Rating of 14 Viewers
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31 Dec 2003
Dear Harriet and Edgar, here, with love, are photographs of our farewell to your son in keeping with his wishes to rest, with his most loyal dog Maggie, in the wilderness he most loved (and wrote about in "Hiking Wyoming's Teton and Washakie Wilderness
El Jardin of Good and Tired by Robert Beal
26 Jan 1994  thru  10 Feb 1994
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9 Dec 2004
Almost as an afterthought, I dipped into the cargo box of backcountry maps, grabbed the Big Bend bag, and threw it in the luggage for our Thanksgiving 2004 visit to "Villa Acosta" in Terlingua, Texas—the family home of my wife Iselda. Our first stop
Family and Life by Marty Watson
7 Aug 2003
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17 Aug 2003
I was a housewife for the last 18 years, then I took on two parttime jobs. One job is seasonal, and I take high school groups on cruises throughout the spring. The other job is working at my friend's travel agency. Lots of cruises!!
Fiji by WhereAreJanetandRick
10 Jan 2005  thru  14 Jan 2005
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5 Feb 2005
After 2 wintry weeks back in Canada and wonderful visits with family & friends we departed to the beautiful Fiji Islands. We arrived at the Airport in Nadi at 3am (after 2 very long tiring flights) to be greeted by this amazing Fijian
Florida by Marty Watson
1 Aug 2003
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8 Sep 2003
Florida is the sunshine state, but in the winter, we get a few weeks of really chilly weather. Because of the humidity, a freeze in Florida can be really uncomfortable. Orange trees are ripe for picking, and it's really great weather to snuggle up next
From Brooklyn to Breton by Sean Hickey
1 Sep 2002  thru  8 Sep 2002
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3 Dec 2002
I’m one who’s thankful for small miracles. The decision to leave my job to pursue another position with another company was a huge one and the positioning, the pitting of prospective versus present employer, and all the requisite negotiations, were
G & D's Crazy Days by swazitraveller

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6 Mar 2004
Well, hello boys and girls... if you've managed to navigate your way into this website, you're worthy of reading about our fantastical adventures! The countdown clock is at 8 days and counting... Check back then for more news! G & D
Green River Float Trip by Wylie and Helene
1 Oct 1998  thru  14 Oct 1998
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3 Jul 2015
The Green River has its headwaters high along the western flank of the Wind River Range in western Wyoming. It flows south, through Flaming Gorge, into Utah. 40 miles later it enters the NW corner of Colorado. Here it passes into the Dinosaur National
Ich Wandere by Matthew Cicsfore
13 Jul 2002
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27 Jan 2004
I started my travels the easy way, a well funded, organized trip to Germany, complete with Hotels, meals and an itinerary...We all have to get our feet wet somehow. This was the trip that showed me two things; That I wanted to travel, and that I didn't
I'm from Europe? Really? by Ben Morris

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28 Nov 2002
The company I worked for said I was crap and gave me lots of money to leave, so I threw some essentials (sink plug, bottle opener, foxes glacier fruits) into a bag and flew to New York. Do you think American's are stupid? Well they are! One of them
Editor's Choice India by Katherine

Average Rating of 6 Viewers
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23 Apr 2002
It was fall of 1984. I have decided to make a temporary escape from Pakistani Punjab to India when riots started in Lahore. Little did I know (or at that time did not care to know) that across the border, in Amritsar, Golden Temple was under siege and it
It begins. by Shub Ganster
13 Jan 2003  thru  13 Feb 2003
Average Rating of 21 Viewers
Last Updated
12 May 2003
This is the part where I tell you all how wonderful my opening experiences were and my real first impressions of Japan. Well, here we go.
La Belle Province by Wylie and Helene
30 Jun 1999  thru  7 Jul 1999
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28 Feb 2000
Mon drapeau et celui de plus de 7 millions d`autres venus de partout mais surtout de la France. Nous sommes partis visiter la Gaspésie, Montréal, la famille et les amis(e). My flag and the one of more than 7 millions people who came here from all
La famille Bélanger by Micheline Bélanger
9 Jul 1999  thru  9 Jul 1999
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10 Jul 1999
Françoise la framboise, Micheline la bébé chouchou, Hélène la bébé lala.
Let the Good Times Roll by Jason and Dana Kunzman
30 Nov 1999  thru  6 Dec 1999
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11 Dec 1999
This journal will contain tales regarding our leaving the United States and our adventures in England.
Life in Querétaro by Rebecca
11 Feb 2003
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26 May 2003
My husband Alberto and I were married last July (2002) in Querétaro, Mexico. He is from Querétaro, and I am from a small town in northwestern Illinois. We began dating in August 1998 while I spent my last semester of college studying abroad at the
Me voici! by Isaac Malette Cayer
24 Jun 1999  thru  8 Dec 1999
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3 Jan 2001
Mexico 2000 by Sharon McRae
1 Jan 2000
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27 Feb 2000
Moving again... by Catherine Leslie-Faye
1 Feb 2007
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12 Feb 2007
Well it begins again... we move from one apartment to another but this time I've no idea exactly where we are going to so this journal is about the journey we are beginning as of 2/1/2007...
My Carving Conundrum by Russ Woolsey
20 Nov 2001
Average Rating of 6 Viewers
Last Updated
19 Nov 2004
Climbing skins and a day in the backcountry can get you 5000 vertical feet of skiing in a day, and that is by no means conservative. Add a couple Polaris RMK 700 and you may well be branded 'New School' after harvesting 20,000 vertical feet of fresh in a
MY HISTORY VERSION OF GYPSY'S by trish lanus
21 May 2010
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24 May 2010
This traveling culture is something to appreciate when witnessing a change of color in appearance from light to dark. They had holocaust camps during the war. They stay hidden for their own reasons. They have no foundation? Psychic's, fortune telling,
My Life by Rebecca Cuichta

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28 Mar 2003
Okay. Like so many ppl keep askin me wuts wrong all da time -n- why i say some of da things that i do. So here u go ppl. Knock yourselves out -n- learn all that u can. Cause i no longer wanna answer any of your questions -n- i figure that if u really
My Own Private Kitemare by Russ Woolsey
1 Sep 2000  thru  14 Oct 2001
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25 Oct 2001
Living in Sausalito, Ca and working for a dotcom was the means to my kiteboarding end in the fall of 2000. Riding my bike to work across the Golden Gate in 20 knot winds could have turned into a nitemare, if I hadn't taken my eyes off the kiters at
My Trips by Mint

Average Rating of 14 Viewers
Last Updated
2 Oct 2004
I like travelling...yes I do! :) I've been making trips here and there either alone or with family/friends and the more I travel, the more I realize that the world has so much to offer. I hope this page motivates your next trip... new experience is
New York by Penny Rance
19 Oct 2005  thru  26 Oct 2005
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23 Nov 2005
After the adventures in the desert and the rainforest, I though it was time for a different style of challenge. 3 girls, 6 days, 1 city and 100's of shops! Was New York ready for us? Its hard to say....
Passage to India: 2005 by Shelley Seale
8 Mar 2005  thru  31 Mar 2005
Average Rating of 19 Viewers
Last Updated
13 Feb 2007
This is the journal of my first trip to India, and into an orphanage there, in March 2005.
Personal by luludi
31 Dec 2005
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16 Mar 2007
Postcard From Europe by Paul & Dianne
25 Jul 2005  thru  1 Dec 2005
Average Rating of 8 Viewers
Last Updated
28 Nov 2005
During the northern summer and autumn 2005 we are taking an extended break from work so that we can explore some of the more interesting areas in Europe. We leave in July and will be travelling through Turkey, Scandinavia, Britain, eastern Europe, Italy
Reflections by luludi
16 Mar 2007
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16 Mar 2007
Silver State Expedition 2006 by Iselda Acosta
1 Aug 2006
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2 Dec 2006
A remarkable — yet little known — fact about Nevada is that it is the most mountainous state in the country, with over 314 mountain ranges and peaks. On August 12, 2006, I, along with seven others, set out on an extended backpacking trip to explore three
Editor's Choice Skiing in the Idaho Rockies by Helene Belanger
4 Mar 1999  thru  8 Mar 1999
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13 Dec 2000
Here are the crazy ones, who decided on a beautiful day to go risk their lives just for the fun of it. The yurt we went to is at 7700 feet in the heart of Idaho's Rockies. We all had to ski in with our grubs, on a six miles uphill from hell. It was
Southeast Asia, here we come! by Gary and Sarah Girotti/Jones
6 Jan 2002  thru  28 Feb 2002
Average Rating of 29 Viewers
Last Updated
9 Mar 2002
OK, all of the bantering and dares have become reality...the tickets arrived!! Now comes the chaos of actually planning, shopping, quitting jobs, and hitting the road...
Stalking John Muir's route with a Headlamp by Russ Woolsey
2 Oct 1999  thru  4 Oct 1999
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2 Aug 2002
There are a handful of gypsies that roam the peaks of the Pacific Northwest. I happend to live amoungst many of them in the state of Idaho. This sort of mtn gypsy will often call on one another at the last minute to take off for some torterously fun
Editor's Choice Steve, Lea, Brett + Beaulea's World Tour by Steve Holcroft
5 May 2002  thru  1 Apr 2003
Average Rating of 27 Viewers
Last Updated
8 Aug 2003
In June '02 myself, Lea, Brett and Beaulea set out on our journey around the world. Europe was first, followed by Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the USA. It took 12 months of hard work to plan - now we just had to enjoy...
Suiting Up For Action by Shub Ganster
26 Nov 2002  thru  13 Jan 2002
Average Rating of 14 Viewers
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6 Jan 2003
I won't actually begin my trip until January, but I feel that my daily pre-Japan neuroticisms are worth mentioning. Things like: what if my host family doesn't like me, what if they make me sleep in the yard, etc. You get the point. I'll probably add
Editor's Choice Teaching English in Queretaro, Mexico by Joseph M.
28 Dec 2001
Average Rating of 128 Viewers
Last Updated
2 Nov 2003
This is my online journal about my experience of going to Queretaro, Mexico for three months to work as an English teacher. As I write this introduction, I am still at home in Minnesota. I'm not exactly sure what to expect at this point. This is a
Teton and Washakie Wilderness by Lee Mercer
11 Jul 1995
Average Rating of 9 Viewers
Last Updated
16 Dec 1998
The coordinates of a mental map of place are explored.
Thanksgiving '98 by Tom Turkey
25 Nov 1998  thru  29 Nov 1998
Average Rating of 1 Viewers
Last Updated
16 Feb 1999
On the Wednesday afternoon before Thanksgiving the tribe assembles. Dirtbags from Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, and even Alaska convene. We try to muster enough goodies to last the storm, which sometimes rages for 4 days.
The City by the Bay by Makedonka
14 Dec 2000  thru  21 Dec 2000
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18 Jul 2001
We gave our young Macedonian friend, Niki, his choice of US cities for his first visit beyond Chicago [where he is attending college and living with us]. He said "San Francisco!" He got no argument from us! Besides there was a foot of snow on the ground
The Journey begins by Erin Jessome
2 Jul 2006
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11 Jul 2006
Truck Mileage 90443 km Today my life as a Gypsy begins. Dad and I look at each other and decide to pack up and go. It is 1:00 and we figure we got a lot of work to get done before we go, but why wait until tomorrow? First things first though. I better
Us, The World, and 3 Burnt Rucksacks by Steve Holcroft
1 Apr 2003
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17 May 2003
Don't let anybody tell you they know it all about travelling the world - because they don't. Some know more than others, sure, but the whole reason (I believe), that we bother to do it, is to find out for ourselves. And, of course, nobody has been
USA by Kirsten K. Kester
3 Jan 2005  thru  11 Jan 2005
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12 Mar 2005
USA was actually only a stop-over going to Guatemala. Don't read this as we dislike USA, it's just a too expensive a country to travel in when your're on a budget. Well, we went to Housten and New Orleans. We've been both places before. Dieter prefere
Visiting Ground Zero by dave brochier
1 Nov 2001
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16 May 2002
Visiting Ground Zero was one of the most emotional times I've ever experienced. Words can't describe the feelings of loss, sadness, and solemnity. Just too much to describe.
Wanderlust Obeyed! by DJ Holbrook
19 May 1997  thru  24 May 1997
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9 May 1999
This is the gang! This was actually taken at the end of the trip, but I put it here at the beginning so you will know who went on this marvelous journey to the Owyhee wildlands. Introducing, left to right, Doug, DJ, Dennis, Heidi, Mark, Jeff, Carrie
Week 1: Full of Seoul by Mistress Natasha
18 Jul 2006  thru  23 Jul 2006
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25 Jul 2006
My 1st Week in Korea with Jamie
Welcome to Seattle by Frog
30 Nov 1999  thru  2 Dec 1999
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Last Updated
2 Feb 2000
Read about the week of unprecedented direct action (11/29-12/4) protesting the World Trade Organization: 600 protesters were arrested, WTO delegates left accomplishing little, and the Seattle police chief has resigned in disgrace
Why Life Be So Hard? by Chad Moody
10 Jan 2003  thru  23 Jan 2003
Average Rating of 4 Viewers
Last Updated
13 Apr 2003
This Journal Describes How Hard Like Is In The Life Of CHAD!!!!!!


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