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Two Faces of Barbados
By Tom Adkinson
  Getting Clipped in Portland . . . and Liking It
By Tom Adkinson
 
barbados   BARBADOS, West Indies – Barbados, the island nation in the eastern Caribbean that makes even Rhode Island look big, has 230,000 citizens, many of whom work to make tourists take home great memories of excursions to their tropical sun, sand and sea.
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  portland barbership   PORTLAND, Ore. – Portland calls itself “The City of Makers,” but Jerry Ripley is a taker. He’ll take that shaggy head of hair you are sporting and shape it up just the way you want it. Ripley is an old-fashioned barber in an old-fashioned barbershop.
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Impressive Even Without
Any Cherry Blossoms
It Still Glitters in the
Las Vegas ‘Glitter Gulch’
Beijing, Shanghai, Xian
and Wenzhou?
A Free Steak Dinner?
Yep, But It’s a Challenge

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Placid paragliding over the
Pacific in Peru
Stalking Elusive Brook Trout in Shenandoah National Park A Wedding in a New York Minute at Grand Central Station Golf Where You Can Yell ‘Gooooooaaaall!!!’



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See What Les Leverett’s Grand Ole Opry Camera Saw Getting a View from Above on New York’s High Line Autumn Color in Southern Oregon’s Abacela Vineyard Recuperating Sea Turtles
Are Stars

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Night Falls on the Amazon A Cultural Experience on Two Wheels in Indianapolis
A Banjo, a Didgeridoo and Shakespeare, Too 800 Feet Above the Surf Along the Oregon Coast Highway




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Spying on Very Rare
Sandhill Cranes in Mississippi
Definitely One of ‘The World’s Last Great Places’
Kentucky, Original
‘Land of Lincoln’
Hiking the Venus Flytrap Trail
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Lobster Pot Buoys Add Color to an Oceanside Stroll in Maine Shrimp Boats and Sunsets
in Biloxi

Exploring Wilmington with
Ben, the Rescue Horse
On the Wings of Eagles


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Searching for Sunken History
on the Great Lakes
Mount Rushmore Stands as Patriotic Symbol Every Day
This Chinese ‘Soccer Ball’ is Quite Edible A Place Where That Luscious Coffee Aroma Originates

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Traveling to Japan
Without a Passport
Your Home Away from Home
in Charleston

Nursing Sea Turtles Back to
Health in North Carolina
Bouncing Across the San Andreas Fault in a Shiny Red Jeep

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Take Me Out Ball Game – Downtown A Splashing Good Time at Niagara Falls
Lower Manhattan Sparkles for Circle Line Passengers The Sound of Music
on the Kansas Prairie



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Trading Providence for Venice Spicing Up the World
for 150 Years

Face to face with a
North Carolina cougar
Fishing in Virginia’s
Autumn Sunshine

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Autumn Color in Southern Oregon’s Abacela Vineyard Not the Normal Postcard Image
of Hawaii

Unlocking Southwest Virginia’s Treasures at Heartwood Not One Darn Fish, but the California Scenery Was Huge

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Summer Arrives A New Look at the American Revolution in Yorktown

Back in Time Where the
Oregon Trail Ended
Pedaling Through the Nevada Desert Outside Las Vegas

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‘I Hear the Train A’Coming’ at Tweetsie Railroad Going Underground for a
Late-Summer Cool-Down
Down and Dirty in a Las Vegas Sandbox for Adults One Last Beachside
End-of-Summer Conversation



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Remembrances of Patsy Cline
in Nashville
Ava Gardner: Small-town Girl Goes Hollywood Trying To Make Sense of
‘The Great War’
Fishing in Virginia’s
Autumn Sunshine

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Easter Reminder Above Lake Atitlan in Guatemala To Market, To Market in Sacramento Along the Silk Road A Place to Relax at Reelfoot Lake, Tennessee’s Only Natural Lake

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Detroit’s Eastern Market:
A Dash of Vitality
Enjoying a Post-Irma Sunset Cruise in Key West Enjoying a Sunrise Hike on Amarillo’s Wildcat Bluff Trail 130 Grand Years on the
Straits of Mackinac

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Out for a Morning Walk on the Grand Strand Face to Face with a Lionfish
at Orange Beach
Where Mucking is a
Competitive Sport
The Mountain Is Out’ in Seattle

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Palo Duro Canyon: No Shame
in Being No. 2
Mighty Mac: 60 Years Old
and Still Swaying
A Shopping Spree at the
Charleston Night Market
Thoughts of Chattanooga in Wellington, New Zealand

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Dogsledding Where the
Dogs Speak French
On Top of Ol' Crystal
Winter in Quebec City
Means Party Time
Mammoth Lakes takes ‘Four Seasons of Sports’ quite literally



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Nothing Says Christmas
Like 130 Tubas
Holiday Shopping in the
Land of Lost Luggage
Christmas Shopping for
Mountain Crafts in Virginia
Spring Break Sundown



train ridesExperience a train ride into river gorges, through historic tunnels, and along some of the most beautiful landscapes in America
Journey through the Carolina Mountains and some of the most beautiful landscapes in America. Ride into river gorges, across valleys, and through tunnels carved out of majestic mountains. If you have been waiting to ride a train behind a century-old steam locomotive, here is your chance. Ride along one of the original railroad lines in Chattanooga, crossing four bridges and passing through pre-Civil War Missionary Ridge Tunnel, which was completed in 1858 and on the National Register of Historic Places.
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pickwick belleTennessee Riverboat Cruises: Romantic Cruises or Family Adventures
Tennessee offers a variety of leisure riverboat cruises on its waterways. Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville, and Memphis all have riverboats or steamboats to take you on Tennessee rivers to view beautiful scenery and wildlife, enjoy live entertainment and a great meal, or learn about the history of the Civil War in our great state. Archaeological evidence along the cruise routes tells the stories of the various Native American cultures who inhabited this river valley for over 10,000 years. Cruise in the wake of the early pioneers who had to overcome rapids, shoals, whirlpools and the formidable Chickamaugas. See the famous Body Farm. Pause and reflect in remembrance of the many that perished on the Trail of Tears.
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