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Exploring Bisti Badlands: Bisti Wilderness Area in San Juan Basin of New Mexico
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The Bisti Wilderness Area is located near Farmington, New Mexico. Bisti (pronounced Bistie) exhibits the geological Fruitland formation and Kirtland Shale. This area of northwest New Mexico was a... More > coastal swamp with forests and meadows further in. As the inland seas came north and the river flood plains advanced, the animal life was buried in the sediment. Petrified wood and other fossils can be seen scattered around the desert floor. Embedded sandstone, coal, shale and mudstone slowly erode away as capped rock of shale protect it and result in hoodoo formations. Water and wind are important factors that shaped these badlands for the curious hiker to explore strange spires and interesting rock formations. More artwork available at my Lulu storefront< Less
Sarah and Mike Wander the Black Hills and Big Horn Mountains
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Travel log of Sarah and Mike's Summer 2009 adventure.
Travel Journal San Augustin
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Blessings from the Potato Woman
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From the mystery of Machu Picchu to the madness of India, three kids, their mom and dad wander the world in search of beauty, boldness and blessings. They find all that, and more, in a trip... More > characterized by keen insights into the wonderful humanity of the world and the powerful way in which shared experience weaves a rich love.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 35. Philippines Travel Guide (Covers the Redlight Districts)
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The Philippines is a Christian, English speaking country with a population of 90 million. The Philippines is made up of 7107 islands which are subdivided down into 73 provinces along with the... More > official capital Quezon City and the unofficial capital Manilla which has a population of 8 million people. The native tongue is Tagalog but since it was occupied by the United States until 1946, business is conducted in English and most people speak some English. Before then, the Spanish were there so there are remnants of that culture, particularly the Catholic churches. Because there are very few laws, there's noise pollution, smog, men piss in the streets anywhere, stray dogs run around, there's trash everywhere, people make open fires to burn the trash, people drive crazy and sometimes the power goes off sporadically for no reason at all. It is a little backward as far as having a good infrastructure goes. Mindanao is a dangerous place rife with civil war.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 34. Thailand Travel Guide (Covers the Redlight Business)
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Thailand, formerly called Siam, is a constitutional monarchy with a friendly king whose face is plasted everywhere. Officially, he is enthroned in a position of revered worship but has no real power... More > and spends his time doing public works and humanitarian projects. Thailand is made up of 76 provinces and grows a lot of rice, sugar cane, pineapple, etc. The people are Buddhist meaning meek and gentle, following the law of karma, good actions bring good results, bad actions bring bad results. Thailand could be the cheapest of all the high quality tourist destinations in the world. There are many bicycle and motorbike taxis around. Whatever price they quote you, always bargain for 20 baht less. A tuk-tuk is a three wheeled motorized taxi, kinda like a small car. The main places in Thailand for foreigners are: Bangkok. Pattaya, coastal city near Bangkok. Phuket, biggest island, touristy. Go to #915.93 at the library for books about Thailand.< Less
Rice and Beans
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Crazy adventures in Central America from the author that brought you the "Trip Around the Sun" series of books. Here she brings more tales of adventure, this time in Panama, Costa Rica and... More > Nicaragua. She ponders whether to stay on the bus when a blind man takes the driver's seat, and whether coming to the wild west town in the Nicaraguan mountains really was a good idea after all. Should she be worried that Panama's roads are being shut down or that she's stuck on a Caribbean island? The motor on the only boat that can get her back to the mainland has just conked out. The island of Ometepe, the San Juan River, pit vipers, howler monkeys, muddy trails and shoes full of ants await you. Grab a bowl of Rice & Beans and dig in.< Less
A Trip Around the Sun - Season 1 & 2
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Every year we all take a trip - a trip around the sun. But one year I decided to go a little bit farther. This is book one of a four-and-a-half-year adventure that let me see the world. Let me take... More > you with me. Come with me to India and see the burning ghats, meet a fortune teller in Agra, take a long-tail boat trip to a remote village along the Mekong River in Laos, take a trip through the backwaters of Kerala. You'll experience a few unexpected things too - six armed policemen surrounding you in Mexico, being stranded in Cambodia because your taxi driver was hauled off by the police, a hill tribesman grabbing your arm and leading you into a dance festival. You'll feel like you're right there with me. These adventure stories will leave you laughing and sighing and possibly wanting to pack up your own backpack and get going !! This is Book 1 in a series of 4< Less
Birdwatching in Cuba
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