7 hrs ago
Alamon: River children
I HAVE often wondered about the soul of places. Streets, buildings, and houses of a City I believe are more than the sum of its parts.
12 hrs ago
Whitewater outfitter plans to construct zip line across Chattahoochee River
The Decatur, Ga.-based company that operates guided raft tours on the Chattahoochee River whitewater course is planning to build a zip line across the river.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Journey through New Zealand with the Hobbit
When J.R.R. Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy was released in movie theaters and the setting came to life visually for the first time, fans flocked to New Zealand to experience Middle-earth.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
AAAS Forum Targets Ariz., Colorado River Shortages and Solutions
Newswise - Heat-cracked mud plaques crisscross a vast, dry riverbed in Mexico where the Colorado River once churned.
Photos/Diary Entry: Bendigo South East College World Challenge
ABOUT 44 Bendigo South East College year 9 and 10 students are travelling around Asia as part of the World Challenge.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
Couple savor what state has to offer
Kristin and Jeremy Ayers are working their way through The Daily Mail's list of "55 things to do in the Mountain State."
Where to see bald eagles, from B.C. to Idaho to Oregon
An eagle-spotting raft from Sunwolf resort in British Columbia floats the Cheakamus River.
Haven't been to Port Columbus lately? It's a different place
FILE PHOTOS/Ledger-EnquirerThis recreation of the USS Water Witch at the National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus is visible from Victory Drive.
James G. Muniz
Uncle, Cousin, and a treasured friend to many. He was a member of Locals 70 and 439.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Lebanon Daily News
Pa. woman's rafting program helps returning vets
What started as a hobby for Margery Hermann has turned into a philanthropy in helping wounded veterans recover, fulfilling a decades-long dream for the 78-year-old from Ligonier Township.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Willoughby: Browns Canyon takes key step toward monument status
It's been a long time coming and there's still a long way to go, but Tuesday at 11 a.m. marks a pivotal moment in the lengthy effort to designate Browns Canyon of the Arkansas River as a National Monument and Wilderness Area.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Miami Herald
Escaping Bangkok's buzz in the countryside
Chiang Mai is reachable from Bangkok by plane, train or bus. Flights can be about $150 if your dates are flexible.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
This is Wiltshire
Devizes fundraiser survives white water rafting drowning terror
Fundraiser Stuart Foulstone says he is lucky to be alive after being sucked into a whirlpool, being under water for almost three minutes during a white water raft challenge in Africa.
Plans for O&C lands worry conservation supporters
Dave Strahan loves the Rogue River. The 60-year-old Grants Pass native grew up swimming, fishing and rafting the canyons of Southern Oregon's famous stream, learning to navigate its rapids and land a steelhead as a young man and teenager.
Journalist Zach Urness wrote in an article "You don't have to be crazy to crazy to kayak in winter" that there was a time when he believed winter kayaking was only for people who were "tinfoil-hat crazy.
Off-road adventure in Arizona
Historic Route 66 supplies a hefty dose of Americana and nostalgia, but those qualities aren't confined to that road.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
The Mt Kisco Daily Voice
Pound Ridge Boy Scouts Looking For More Members
Boy Scouts of America Troop 1 in Pound Ridge is looking for boys in the fifth-grade and up who want to join.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Tim Chitwood: Scamper to sterilize after river rafting
When "tiny tots with their eyes all aglow" reminds you of the movie "Village of the Damned," it's Monday Mail.
Brazil Win Men's Open - But Kiwis Shine On Final Day
The spectacular Down River climax to the World Rafting Championships in Rotorua today saw Brazil confirmed as the best men's rafting crew in the world, but local river expertise saw New Zealand crews excel to lock out the overall gold medals in the Women's Open and Men's and Women's Masters categories.
The Honolulu Advertiser
Ancient Thai city offers refuge from Bangkok's bustling ways
The nightlife is chaotic, as are the crowded streets, the tourist-laden temples and the city itself, so overflowing with skyscrapers and malls and concrete that it seems about to burst.