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Re: The (Long and Winding) Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

GarryRF ·
Some wonderful pix of Australia that bring back so many memories of my visits Islandman I could look at those rock formations for hours. Looking into a million years of history. Australia is certainly like nowhere else on Earth and every day is a fascinating adventure. Certainly is a well written comprehensive Blog you've presented. I've enjoyed it. Thanks.
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Re: The (Long and Winding) Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

DrFumblefinger ·
Thanks for sharing this interesting and most beautiful roadtrip with us, Islandman! Another one for my bucketlist.
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Re: The (Long and Winding) Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

Travel Rob ·
Wow Islandman ,thank you for this blog. it really moved Australia up on my list. When i saw your photo of the Loch Ard Gorge i immediately thought of the Calanques near Marseilles, France .
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May 11, 2017: Spring Ice Storm, Thunder Bay, Ontario

Ottoman ·
It's spring, and if you live in the Great White North, you never know what type of weather Mother Nature will spring on you.
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February 23, 2020: Storm over the Everglades

DrFumblefinger ·
DrFumblefinger shares some snapshots of rain clouds he saw gathering over Everglades Natiional Park.
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Feb: 18, 2018: Hall of Mosses, Hoh Rain Forest

Jonathan L ·
The Olympic Peninsula of Washington is home to the world's largest temperate rain forest. The Hall of Mosses shows the effects of all that rain.
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The (Long and Winding) Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

IslandMan ·
Australia is a vast country, and, if you have ever been there and traversed it in some way, you will appreciate the sheer size and expanse of this island continent. The best way I have discovered to see the true beauty of this country is to drive...
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Celebrating Nature on 7 Continents: Africa, part 2 - Lake Bogoria, Kenya

Kirsten Hines ·
A beautiful afternoon of flamingo watching on the shore of Kenya’s Lake Bogoria quickly changes....
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Eight Ways Hiking in the Worst Weather is the Best Hiking There Is

Annie @OutdoorsyMama ·
Sometimes the BEST hiking happens when the weather seems at its worst! Outdoorsy Mom tells us why.
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Flooding in Britain after heavy winter rains

PHeymont ·
Heavy rainfalls have led to flooding in many towns in England over the Christmas holidays, especially in the South East and mid Wales. As of this morning, the number of flood warnings and floods was still increasing. The rains have been extremely heavy for days; Brighton has had more than three times the average monthly rainfall in only 11 days. While the rains in the south are expected to drop off today, they are on the increase in the north and into Scotland. In many areas, army units have...
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Re: Eight Ways Hiking in the Worst Weather is the Best Hiking There Is

Annie @OutdoorsyMama ·
my son just asked if we could go camping in the rain this weekend ..... Whattt? PROUD MAMA. thanks for the comments, fellow adventure lovers. looking forward to more! -a
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Re: Eight Ways Hiking in the Worst Weather is the Best Hiking There Is

Travel Rob ·
Great writing Annie and welcome to TG! I often find what I think is terrible about a trip turns out to be my best memories. I've had setbacks on trips, but what I remember is what I learned and the great people that have helped along the way.
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Re: Eight Ways Hiking in the Worst Weather is the Best Hiking There Is

RoadWorrier ·
Gotta admit, I never planned to be out in bad weather; all our bad-weather camping memories are of sitting around together huddled in the tent playing cards with the kids and eating cereal out of the box. Maybe we should have gone out and gotten wet!
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Re: Eight Ways Hiking in the Worst Weather is the Best Hiking There Is

Old Car Guy ·
So true! I remember a camping trip we took when it was pouring rain. Everybody pulled together and it's still one of our favorite trips.
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Re: Eight Ways Hiking in the Worst Weather is the Best Hiking There Is

DrFumblefinger ·
Hiking in the rain can be fun, as Annie outlines. But camping in the rain is just -- wet.
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Re: Eight Ways Hiking in the Worst Weather is the Best Hiking There Is

Marilyn Jones ·
Excellent hiking blog post!!! You are so right too!
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