July 14, 2017

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Ten Harley Davidson’s Take a Trip Up the Coast of Californa

Dyana Carmella joins a handful of riders from the Simi Valley HOG Chapter on a trip up the California Coast to learn where the passion for riding comes from and finding gratitude on the road.    

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January 13, 2017

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Travel Addict: A Conversation with Adventurist Monica Morell

The idea of a solo adventure can be daunting for the uninitiated. It’s a bit like riding a scary rollercoaster for the very first time but the thrill of that ride can be a driving force for experienced travelers. This holds true for Adventurist Monica Morell, who embraces traveling and exploring the outdoors with compassion, […]

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November 23, 2016

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Language and Cultural Immersion in Guatemala

When New Jersey native Audra Kyrk (pictured bottom left) earned her Master’s Degree from Tulane University School of Social Work in 2012, she was ready to start her career but hankering to learn more. Kyrk also wanted to spend time abroad and improve her skills in Spanish, so she enrolled in a six-week language immersion […]

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November 4, 2016

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Jumping Into the Unknown: Chief Bear and the U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen

  The United States Air Force is well known for aiming high, so it’s no surprise that its Pararescuemen (or “PJs”) will stop at nothing to rescue your ass when in trouble. The PJs are Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) and Air Combat Command (ACC) operators tasked with recovery and medical treatment of personnel […]

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October 11, 2016

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Rock Climbing and Letting Go: A Conversation with Adventurist Tyler Mackey

For most people, the idea of dangling from a cliff-side 200 feet in the air doesn’t sound appealing, and some would consider the act to be downright insane. But for Adventurist Tyler Mackey, that risky notion is a worthwhile goal. Raised in Northern Los Angeles, Mackey discovered his love for adventure while roaming around California. […]

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September 9, 2016

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Training to Push Yourself: A Conversation with Strength Coach Keri Anglin

Anyone can tell you that getting into shape and transforming your body requires discipline, but that’s just for starters — it also requires motivation, constant movement, inner strength, perseverance and the ability to stop at nothing. All this holds true for Strength & Conditioning Coach Keri Anglin who, after an impressive pro volleyball career, has […]

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July 6, 2016

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The Milford Sound, Kayaking, Cooking & Beer: A Conversation with Adam Collier

New Zealand is a land well known for its natural beauty and spectacular scenery, but one of its most iconic locations is Milford Sound. This top tourist destination is a stunning, mysterious and secluded fiord* on the south island of New Zealand, deep within Fiordland National Park. I recently spent a few glorious days at […]

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June 1, 2016

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Lightning in a Bottle: A Modern Hippie View on Life & Love

I was so impressed by the open-mindedness of the attendees — everyone can learn a thing or two from these enlightened individuals.

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May 22, 2016

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Controlling Your Destiny and Finding Bliss: A Conversation with Mountaineer Tony Michaels

The world is full of dreamers, but not many can stay motivated while fighting to turn their dreams into reality.

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May 15, 2016

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The Art of Endurance: Spotlighting Bryce LaDuc

LaDuc is an Adirondack “46er,” as she has climbed all 46 major peaks of New York’s Adirondack Mountains after successfully reaching the top of Saddleback Mountain in May 2015.

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April 28, 2016

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New Zealand: How Taco Medic is Aiding Hungry Travelers with Delicious Tacos

Taco Medic is truly a collaboration of the fresh cultures of New Zealand and Mexico.

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April 28, 2016

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“Outsider” Host Dyana Carmella on Asthma, Obsessions and Her Fear Of Flying

Dyana Carmella started “Outsider” as a way to inspire people to get out of their normal lives and challenge themselves.

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April 28, 2016

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How to Spend More Money at the Bar and Less on Parking Tickets

There’s a difference between traveling and smart traveling. This difference could mean you on a beach getting handed mango mojitos by a smothering hot babe or sitting in a ditch as mosquitos bite your ass and chickens peck your face off.

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April 28, 2016

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Louies: The Jewel of Invercargill, New Zealand

If you’re road tripping chances are you’re living off noodles and protein bars. Within this city lies Louies, which I would easily consider the jewel of Invercargill.

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April 27, 2016

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Inspiring A New Generation of Environmental Leaders: A Conversation with Adventurer Rob Best

Very few human beings have a heavy passion for understanding and bettering humanity and actually taking substantial action to move towards progress.

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April 27, 2016

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Profile: Co-Host Jordan Sessions on the Roaring 20’s, Rescuing Animals and Pearl Harbor

All of my friends and family know everything about me. However, the task of coming up with interests, traits and obsessions for this profile made me do some self-reflecting.

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April 26, 2016

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How A Dream, Uganda and The Fear of the Ocean Inspired One Travelers Journey

“I don’t know why I had that dream, or where it came from, but I am forever grateful for it. It was the kick start to the incredible journey I’ve been so blessed to have thus far.”

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