Browsing All Posts published on »March, 2018«

Joan Larsen’s Dream of a Vacation: Mountains of Our Imaginations – Adventures in Wyoming’s Grand Tetons

March 28, 2018

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By Joan Larsen We call them “second honeymoons” – and they are.  But there are just a handful of  special places in the United States that will draw us back time after time.  We have never been disappointed.  An authentic Swiss chalet in the mountains of Wyoming, aptly named The Alpenhof Lodge, has been our […]

Joan Larsen’s Glimpses of Paradise: the Amazing Sex Life of the Most Beautiful Birds in the World

March 21, 2018

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By Joan Larsen The love lives of birds really hadn’t been one of my greatest interests in life.   But on our expeditions to my favorite places in the southern hemisphere of our world – like Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, and some pretty unknown islands that abound down there – we were guided down trails […]

Joan Larsen’s Most Breathtaking Places on Earth . . . Chilean Patagonia – The Journey of a Lifetime

March 14, 2018

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By Joan Larsen So much of my life has been spent in the world’s most remote places, and often many of my fellow companions are the crème of the crop of the world’s most famous photographers – the ones vying for those National Geographic covers. They have climbed the highest peaks, photographed underwater, and been […]

Joan Larsen Presents: The Unexpected Delights of a Painter and His Gifts

March 7, 2018

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By Joan Larsen Out of the blue – truly out of the blue – a gift of a short film arrived in my mailbox. The accompanying card – from my dearest friend – read: This is for you. Sit down, put in the film — and prepare to be enthralled by this rather young English […]