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HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM DIRT ORCAS

As 2016 comes to a close many of us are confronted with a great spectrum of emotions. Looking back at the previous years joys and problems and looking ahead to 2017 with optimism and concern. On thing is clear, we all find ourselves here now and the future is what ultimately matters.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: REFLECTIONS FROM UYUNI

This weeks edition of Wednesday Wanderlust takes us to Bolivia. Specifically the salt flats of Uyuni.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: PANAMA

This week we travel to Panama. A country near to my own heart.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: COASTAL BRITISH COLOMBIA

For this weeks edition of Wednesday Wanderlust, let your mind wander out to the coast of British Colombia.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: MEXICO

This weeks edition of Wednesday Wanderlust whisks us away to Mexico.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: WE GO NEW ZEALAND

This edition of Wednesday Wanderlust takes us to New Zealand. Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. For many that means giving thanks for all the good in your life. For others, it means dreading a family get together, unwanted obligations, or conversations.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: KENYA FROM THE AIR

You've undoubtedly seen Kenya on wildlife and nature programs on TV. But we decided to go to Kenya and shoot it in a different way. We took to the skies.
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DANNY MACASKILL AND RED BULL FOR THE WIN

I figured we could all use a smile today. Enter Danny MacAskill and his glorious bike tricks.
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WEDNESDAY WANDERLUST: DRY TORTUGAS

On a remote island hours away from Key West lies the largest masonry structure in the Americas: Fort Jefferson. Built with 16 million bricks, but never finished, the fort served as a prison during Civil War. In 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, upon visiting the island, named it a National Monument, and in 1992 it became part of Dry Tortugas National Park.