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Joan Larsen Writes to All Women: Living Our Best Lives – With a Room All Our Own

February 28, 2018

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By Joan Larsen So often, we do not have time to smell the roses, do we?  Sometimes, it feels as if we have just run a marathon  .  .  . and yet there is still more to do.  Perhaps I am prejudiced, but women are responsible for so many things in our world of today.  […]

Joan Larsen Walks on the Wild Side… The World’s Most Spectacular Footbridges

February 21, 2018

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by Joan Larsen First things first:  nobody has fallen off this scary looking bridge.  .  . and it is the only way to get to the other side as you are here to climb Mt. Nimbus – that gorgeous peak rising like a point just ahead.  The Canadian Rockies – in the western part of […]

A Valentine From Joan Larsen: Love Letters

February 14, 2018

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By Joan Larsen Now, all but past the middle age of life, I still remain a total romantic.  I don’t expect to ever get past that phase.  .  . and I often wonder how many others feel the same way.  I feel a life without love is no life at all.  And, as the years […]

Wayne Ranney: The World’s Most Unique Natural Masterpiece – Exploring the Galapagos Islands

February 7, 2018

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By Wayne Ranney Roughly 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador, and slam-bang on the equator, lie Darwin’s “Enchanted Isles”, the Galapagos — a place of beauty, of wonder around every corner — and islands that I found to be like nowhere else in this world.  You find yourself face-to-face with more fearless and more […]