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Hans Christian Andersen on Travel

November 17, 2013

I always use the term travel pretty loosely, in part to celebrate all of the travel I do nearby, but also, to ease the fact that I don’t get around the world as much as I’d like! For example, the miles on my skis-I for sure consider that travel, or when I do anything in the woods really. Today, I’m headed to the Kenai Peninsula area of Alaska, and although I’ve been there tons of times, it doesn’t ever really get old; it seems to always bring me a journey. What will you do to travel today?

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