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Take a ride on America’s wild side

BY MATTHEW BEATTIE Issue 4 – September 2019 The West was won on horseback, and riding skills have been central to the culture of Wyoming since before the first ranchers began settling the region in the mid-nineteenth century. A horseback riding tour is still one of the most enjoyable – and rewarding – ways of…

The route less traveled – Discovering the Netherlands

BY MATTHEW BEATTIE Issue 3 – March 2019   From its wild North Sea coastline, to the cultural and architectural delights of its historic cities, the Netherlands – or Holland as it is often known – is a land of waterways, contrasts and surprises. The Dutch have history to thank for tourists’ confusion about the…

Riding the rails in search of Australia’s mining past

BY MATTHEW BEATTIE Issue 2 – September 2018   The Indian Pacific railroad is a 2,704 mile (4,352 kilometer) ribbon of steel between Perth on Australia’s west coast and Sydney in the east. Second only to the Trans-Siberian in length, it takes in three states and passes through some of Australia’s most spectacular – and…

Norway – safari through Europe’s unspoiled wilderness

BY MATTHEW BEATTIE Issue 1 – February 2018   From glaciers and snow-capped mountains to the northern lights and the midnight sun, Norway is a stage for some of nature’s greatest spectacles. Its pristine landscape, coastline and islands are sanctuaries for some of Europe’s most exceptional – and toothiest – wildlife. Rugged mountains look down…

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