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  • Los Angeles Times Travel & Adventure Show Is Quite an Experience

    Los Angeles, CA, February 2, 2009 -- The Los Angeles Times Travel & Adventure Show (latimestravelshow.com) is an experience in itself, offering attendees scuba lessons, rock climbing, a ropes course and the chance to ride a zip line over the show floor....
  • Lost Trail Lodge: the faint call of the wild

    A white curtain of snow obscured my view of a sparse pine forest and the towering mountains bordering Donner Memorial State Park. The temperature on that January morning had dropped below 30, and the forecast called for one of the biggest snowfalls in...
  • Choose! your activity

    BIKING, REGIONAL EVENTS BikeWalk Virginia. Formerly known as Bicycling Education Association, it sponsors Bike Virginia in June. BikeWalk Virginia, sponsors the Tour de Chesapeake, held in Mathews, from May 15 to 17. Nonprofit group that promotes ease...
  • Branch out, and climb a tree

    Branch out, and climb a tree
    ALTO, Ga.—My daughter Nina and I looked up, tilting our heads back. Way back. Fifty feet up in a massive white oak tree, there were a pair of sturdy hammocks attached to branches. "That," said Genevieve Summers, "is your lodging." We would be...
  • Seattle Man Dies In Rock Climbing Accident

    The body of a Seattle man who died rock climbing has been found. 31-year-old Ryan Alan Murray Triplett was climbing alone in the Goat Wall area off Lost River Road near Mazama. Yesterday his wife called police to report that he was overdue.   Search...
  • Camp listing for Summer 2009

    ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART SUMMER CAMP Mater Campus, 4301 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans. (504) 269-1230; www.ashrosary.org. Swimming, field trips, art, computers, dance, sports, ballet, musical theater, storytelling, talent show and more for girls...
  • Event Planner

    Tri-County ANIMALS AIR K-9Z Frisbee dogs at your event http://www.airk9z.com 954-605-0014 ANIMAL KINGDOM http://www.animalentertainment.com 954-983-0029 BEJUCAL FARMS 14701 SW 199 Ave., Miami http://www.ranchobejucal.com 786-325-7843 BILLIE...
  • Dr. Charles S. Houston dies at 96; pioneer of high-altitude medicine

    Dr. Charles S. Houston dies at 96; pioneer of high-altitude medicine
    Charles S. Houston, who pioneered the field of high-altitude medicine after an expedition up the world's second-highest mountain claimed the life of a fellow mountaineer, died Sept. 27 at his home in Burlington, Vt. He was 96. No cause of death was...
  • Woman Falls 35 Feet into Berks County Quarry

    Woman Falls 35 Feet into Berks County Quarry
    Crews rescue a woman who fell about 35 feet while rock climbing and landed into a quarry. It happened just before 6 p.m. at the Old Dyer Quarry, along Route 82, in Robeson Township. Vanessa Little, 36, of Washington, DC, suffered a gash in her head...
  • Florida Cruise Guide: Norwegian Epic ship details

    • Port: Port of Miami • Tonnage: 153,000 • Length/Beam: 1,068 ft./133 ft. • Total Staterooms: 2,114 • Total Passengers: 4,200 • Amenities: Twenty dining options, 20 bars and lounges, Blue Man Group features in the Epic Theater, Aqua park with three...
  • Up where he belongs

    Like a lot of boys growing up during the space race, John Grunsfeld was fascinated by astronauts. But even then, as a 7-year-old back in 1965, the lengths to which Grunsfeld pursued his dream of space travel set him apart. There was the canister vacuum...