Posted by Sterling Laudon on October 2, 2016

The Skerwink Trail: An Afternoon of World-Class Scenery in Newfoundland

Where: Port Rexton, Newfoundland When: Spring – fall (June – August are nicest) Round trip: 5.3 km The Skerwink Trail is the Holy Grail of hiking: world-class scenery, uncrowded, and easy. Less famous than some other hikes, the Skerwink Trail punches well above its weight. In 5.3 short kilometers, the Skerwink Trail contains hidden beaches, sea cliffs,

Posted by Sarah on July 9, 2016

Pooping In Indonesia: A How-To Toilet Guide

In Indonesia, water is the cleanser of choice. Toilet paper is rare. Wipe options will vary. You may see a hose, a bucket and water, or toilet paper. In many cases, wiping is a hands-on affair, with a preference for using the left hand over the right. After traveling to nine of Indonesia’s islands and

Posted by Sarah on June 15, 2016

Celebrating the Beauty of Pride in Our Nation’s Capital

Following the tragedy in Orlando, DC’s Capital Pride Festival provided a resounding counterpoint: love conquers hate. Thousands gathered to celebrate love, support the LGBT community,  and remember those lost. Despite advancements in recent years, the fight for a more tolerant and just society continues. Capital Pride sponsors numerous celebrations throughout June, with big highlights including the parade and festival. This year,

Posted by Sterling Laudon on June 12, 2016

Nine Sanctimonious Reactions You Read After Every Yellowstone Incident

Colin Scott died in Yellowstone National Park last week after stepping off the boardwalks and falling into a hot spring. His death follows a string of recent news articles involving tourists breaking rules in Yellowstone, either by getting too close to animals or leaving marked pathways. Each incident invokes the same sanctimonious reactions: “Stupid tourist!/I’m

Posted by Sarah on June 5, 2016

Red Rock Canyon: a nature lover’s dream—just outside of Las Vegas

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a spectacular and often overlooked natural wonder just outside Las Vegas. Red Rock Canyon’s proximity to the city makes for an easy day trip after partying has ceased. What makes Red Rock Canyon so special? More than 500 million years ago, Red Rock Canyon was at the bottom of an

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  • The Banana Slug is the largest North American land mollusk, and can grow up to 10 inches long. Named for their color, these slimy, shiny guys live up to 7 years. We saw a ridiculous number of these slugs lining the path during hikes through northern coastal California. 
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  • No shells found today, but great rock collecting! You can find agates on beaches near Bandon, OR. These were definitely not agates 😂
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  • Arrived to see the largest seal lion colony in the United States - an hour after closing 😂. We didn
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  • Cute coyote roadside!

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