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The Mad Traveler
The Mad Traveler

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A house along the Yahara River still requires sandbags almost a month after the flooding rains.   With over a week without any rain, Madison seems like it has turned a corner after the deluge and subsequent flooding that hit Dane County back on August 20.…
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There's more to Namibia than just the Skeleton Coast. Safari travel in the Zambezi Region (Caprivi Strip)
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  The Zambezi River, seven steps from the foot of my bed. I could have thrown a rock and hit Zambia on the other side, it’s so close. The water flowing past my riverside cabin would eventually tumble over Victoria Falls, a day trip from here. I had 10…
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With over 400 recorded species, the Zambezi Region of Namibia — also referred to as the Caprivi Strip — is a prime birdwatching area. Travelers keen on birding will want to check out the Four River Route, a safari trip that includes nights along four…
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TRAVELING Another year behind us, and my third passport is one year closer to expiration (2023). Which will run out of pages first: the calendars or the passport? We stayed closer to home more often in 2017 (by my own skewed standards), but I still…
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I traveled to Central India for a chance to see tigers in the wild. Madhya Pradesh, a central state, has six national parks which offer the opportunity if you’re lucky.     And I was lucky. An amazing wildlife experience, to be sure. But in between…
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  I had already gotten a full dose of the natural beauty and adventure along the North Coast of the Dominican Republic. Over the course of five days, I made my stop in Cabarete, the Windsurfing Capital of the Caribbean where constant wind and wave off the…
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Our driver and guide each lean out of over their jeep doors to scrutinize the dirt road for tracks. “Heading this way,” the driver says, pointing, and we continue down a winding lane through teak forest, and Indian ghost trees, peeling and paling through…
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