Børgefjell på langs
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Børgefjell på langs

And were’re off Erlend repairs after yesterday’s party – Coke and pizza will do That’s the best foundation for a nine-hour transport leg It’s time for a new adventure in the Wilderness. This time, the fishing eldorado Børgefjell! With its high peaks in the west, lush vast expanses – and massive rocky areas in the east Børgefjell is considered to…

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Stanford Sierra Hiking Video
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Stanford Sierra Hiking Video

Hi I am Matt, I work here at Stanford Sierra Conference Center, and I am here to give you some hiking tips for your visit to Fallen Leaf Lake. So when going on a short-day hike, here are a few basic items that you are going to need. First and most importantly water, play it safe, always bring more than…

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Monterey vlog
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Monterey vlog

Hello! It’s Cassidy And today um me and my family are going to Monterey! It’s Saturday today and Sunday tomorrow So we’re going to be going On a lot of hikes on Saturday Which is today and then we are going to sleep at a hotel and tomorrow we are going to go to the aquarium! and then whenever we…

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#TOURISMMATTERS – Hike Bike
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#TOURISMMATTERS – Hike Bike

I am in tourism because it gives me the chance to work at what I find most interesting – my hobby. I was also given the chance to buy the business I own today. So I have a variety of tours that I can choose from and pick the ones I like best myself. I can’t see myself doing anything…

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SLU Research Profiles: Geospatial Initiative

I wanted my research to impact the community, and so I felt that SLU’s mission to serve others would help me take my research and translate it to policy. The St. Louis region is embraced in a great opportunity for potentially becoming a national hub for a geospatial research. Within the University, we have a really strong diverse research community…

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