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There once was a boat from Nantucket Collections

There once was a boat from Nantucket

Three years after a fishing accident, the boat washed up in Spain.OF ALL THE CHILDREN’S BOOKS out there, the one I would most like to read to my kids is There Once was a Boat From Nantucket. If you’ve never heard of it, that’s because no one has written it…yet.The brainchild for this book is Scott Douglas.

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Surfing and reflecting in Baja, Mexico Information

Surfing and reflecting in Baja, Mexico

Having traveled Mexico’s Baja peninsula for over 20 years in search of waves and the simple life, Rusty Long reflects on what makes Baja so special and how many preconceptions of a “dangerous” Mexico have it all wrong.I’VE BEEN TRAVELING through the Baja peninsula since I was 10 years old, when my dad piled my brother, sister and me into our family’s 1971 Volkswagen Van, puttering 12 hours down south to a remote point of land: a surfing/camping paradise.

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How to make and eat Indian phuchkas like a local Miscellaneous

How to make and eat Indian phuchkas like a local

Reeti Roy shares about a favorite Indian snack.CALLED PHUCHKA IN Calcutta, golgappa in Delhi , paani puri in Bombay and gup chup in Orissa, these flour balloons are tangy vegetarian delights enjoyed by the young and old, rich and poor. Phuchka stalls are a place for neighbours, friends and family to meet and greet and engage in conversation.

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The ‘Streets of Afghanistan’ photography project returns home Miscellaneous

The ‘Streets of Afghanistan’ photography project returns home

In 2008, Mountain2Mountain launched the Streets of Afghanistan project. After touring the U.S., the exhibit of 29 10×17 photographs now returns to its source.STREETS OF AFGHANISTAN premiered in the remote village of Istalif, on the Shomali Plain north of Kabul.Four years ago, I envisioned a collaborative photography exhibition between Afghan photographers and Western photographers that shared a deep affection for this country.

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What’s in your backpack, Craig Martin, Travel Podcaster Miscellaneous

What’s in your backpack, Craig Martin, Travel Podcaster

What do you really need to make superb travel podcasts while on the road?Matador Goods caught up with podcaster extraordinaire Craig Martin to find out.Apple Powerbook G4Back in 2005, I bought my first computer ever. Everything before then had been cobbled together from friends’ cast-offs.I had very tech-savvy friends so their cast-offs weren’t too bad!

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Surfing unbelievably cold water [PICs] Interesting

Surfing unbelievably cold water [PICs]

Matador Ambassador Chris Burkard and a select crew of surfers are pushing new limits of surf and surf photography.EDITOR’S NOTE: CHRIS BURKARD and his crew are realizing the potential unlocked by Jack O’Neil, who invented wetsuits in the early 1950s. The crew, which includes surf explorers such as Keith Malloy and Trevor Gordon, is continuously surfing previously unexplored regions of Russia, Iceland, Norway, Patagonia, and the Arctic.

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