Sharks Aplenty at Turks and Caicos

My wife and I try to schedule a dive trip just about every year. After a few years of this you can’t help making lists in your head. After a combined total of more than 30 dive trips and more than 400 dives between the two of us, we agree that Dive Provo is at the top of our list. […]

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Sleeping Bear Dunes

We spent Aug. 27 – Sept. 3, 2011 vacationing at Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (SBDNL). It was our first time there but it won’t be our last. This is a beautiful area with lots to see and do. There are also great kayaking opportunities. Saturday afternoon Aug. 27 we took the Badger ferry from Manitowoc to Ludington (booked […]

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Team River Runner: Paddlesports for wounded warriors

I was minding my own business. It was a busy day during the holiday shopping season of 2011. I needed to find a few gifts for family members so I stopped at an outdoor gear retailer. After paying for a few items to complete my shopping, I was on my way out of the store. A printed flyer tacked to […]

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Apostle Island Sea Caves – winter and summer

For the past two weekends, visitors have been drawn to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore mainland sea caves to gawk at the unusual beauty of the ice formations. It’s not that the ice formations themselves are an unusual occurrence. Huge icicles form most every winter when water seeps through the sandstone or flows over from the top of the cliffs. […]

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