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Ode to the Ocean

It was my first day in Little Bay (Philipsburg, St. Martin, Dutch Antilles); my first day in paradise. Clear water,...

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The Summit—Climbing the Philippines’ Highest Peak

The morning was cool and damp as I carefully stepped onto the rainy trail littered with dead leaves. I was zipped into my waterproof jacket to stay warm (and as dry as possible).  FINALIST 2015...

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Popped Tire

I do not believe the sky that hangs over Wyoming is the same one I can currently see out my window. There is something magical about it, something completely unreal--it’s as if the sky was not above...

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It All Breathed the Same Way

 

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To Fathom the Unfathomable

“2015 will be a big year for launchin’ rockets”The...

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It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Swing

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There’s Nothing Chicken Soup Can’t Fix: An Adventure in Urubamba, Peru

Beads of sweat coated my forehead as I took a deep breath and stared at what was in front of me, eyes narrowed and concentrated. A million thoughts ran through my mind, and I glanced back and forth...

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To Honduras With Love

The bus rocked furiously. The wheels on our bus weren’t only going ‘round and ‘round. They sprung up and down and swayed side to side. The roads weren’t even roads at all, just tracks paved...

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Alaska: Weather, Whales and Waves, Oh My!

“How is it still raining? It’s pouring down harder than yesterday. We woke up at 6am, planning to paddle 10 miles up to Emerald Cove. My kitchen group ate our leftover Cinnamon-Raisin Bread before...

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Life, Love, and the Pursuit of Good Food

I wake up to the rich, reedy sound of an accordion-not something you would normally hear in the streets of America, but then, I’m not in America.I’m in the home of my Aunt Lidia and Uncle...

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