Tag Archives: Rivers


Short and Steep

You know what’s great about climate change? Winter hiking is so pleasant!

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Farm Animals and Gorgeous Views in Killarney

The thing about a trip to Ireland is that every single place you visit becomes your favorite.

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Big Changes on the Way

Today I’m posting another of approximately five jillion possible Ireland photos, this one of the beautiful town of Limerick.

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Derry or Londonderry?

It depends on who you ask.

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Moab and Canyonlands

Evocative names for an evocative landscape, don’t you think?

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No Lee, No Ferry, No Problem

Lee’s Ferry, on the Colorado River just before it enters Grand Canyon in Arizona, is where the one-armed adventurer, John Wesley Powell, began his epic rafting trip through the Canyon in the late 19th century.

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Galway: Where We Took Getting Lost To An Entirely New Level

Galway is a smallish city (about 80,000 people) on the western coast of Ireland. Mom and I drove there from Dublin, and since we’d had a couple days driving on the left and deciphering Irish directions, we were feeling pretty cocky about getting around. Ha! Silly us.

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