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Richard Bangs
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Today we reached 2,000 Twitter followers! Thank you! Hoping to bring you all more #travel inspiration in 2017.
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The most important developer in Seattle weighs in. Wise words by Liz Dunn. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/58a66e2be4b026a89a7a291f

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We released a special director's cut 🎬 on YouTube, a short 6-minute mini-doc on what (and who) makes Seattle great. Check it out below. What U.S. city should we feature next? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZPYMb72Gb4

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27-year-world Cassandra De Pecol is the first woman to travel to every country in the world and the fastest person to do so. Here's her takeaway from the experience: http://cnn.it/2lvpVii

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Syrian-born Wassef Haroun​ and his wife Racha Barazi Haroun​ are shaking things up in Seattle. The couple started out in the food industry because their culture was either misunderstood, under- or badly-represented in America. Now, they own two successful restaurants, both of which are obligatory dining during one's visit to Seattle. When reflecting on current events and the future of their business, the couple shares an important message for their fellow Americans. Check out what they have to say and stop by their newest rooftop restaurant, Mbar​, for mouthwatering food and stunning views of all Seattle. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/richard-bangs/when-is-a-restaurant-more_b_14561426.html

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#TBT to us in the early days of Sobek on the Gulkana River in Alaska. Can you guess which one is me?
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Climate change is one of the many topics of debate nowadays. Preserving the natural beauty of the world is an issue I feel strongly about. If science can’t save our earth, perhaps poetry can. Woke up this morning to find my quote alongside many greats such as Jacques Cousteau, Margaret Atwood, Herman Hesse, and Rachel Carson. All of the quotes share a common theme: Water is Life.

#ClimateChange #WaterisLife

http://www.wisdompills.com/2015/06/07/25-quotes-about-the-majesty-mystery-and-incredible-importance-of-water/

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#TBT: 1973. Here we are preparing for the very first Sobek trip on the Awash River at the US Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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20 Best Cities to See #StreetArt: http://www.earthporm.com/20-best-cities-see-street-art/ @RoarLoud What do you think? #Travel #ThisIsArt
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