Monthly Archives: April 2010

By this time of year, this structure has melted into a puddle of water with reindeer fur. Each December, designers congregate to create the next season’s distinctive chapel and adjacent rooms out of huge blocks of river ice. Those up for the adventure can sleep on an ice bed. The trick is not sliding off in […]

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These photos were submitted by Merle Wasson taken on our Fly-in Safari tour in northern Namibia. Merle has traveled to all continents with a camera.  His photographs have appeared in Sierra magazine, several national calendars, National Park publications, postcards, and numerous publications on wildlife and wildflowers. To see more of his work, please click  here […]

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Click here to see the latest pictures at The Boston Globe. Images portray the phenomenal power of nature and it’s impact on the local farmers & livestock in the Eyjafjallajokull region of Iceland on April 17, 2010. Thanks for this link, Katie! We’re excited to see it in person with you and others in August. […]

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April 2010 So what’s been happening since the eruption occurred in South Iceland last month? It’s still going strong! Hildur, the logistics coordinator for our upcoming Iceland Photo Tour, tells me that this eruption is considered relatively small and has not caused any danger to the surrounding people or live stock. Katla (the big volcano) […]

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The sacred portal to another world…where gods, sacrificed maidens and treasures were kept. Hundreds if not thousands exist in this country. This is one of the more visited ones, as it is near some remarkable ruins. Where in the world is it? Be the first to correctly guess the name of this specific place and […]

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