Hi Adventure Philanthropists,
Happy summer everyone! Hope your upcoming days are filled with sunshine and friends and BBQs and swimming (all my favorite things)!
Do you have any travel plans this summer? Happy to offer some travel advice. Or maybe you want to write a guest post and share your holiday in Maui / Tanzania / Cuba?! Let me know!
Buy the Book > The perfect summer read: Adventure Philanthropist: Great Adventures Volunteering Abroad! It’s sure to put you in the holiday mood – full of exciting stories about beautiful places and amazing people.
And now for the articles this week:
Last month I drove from Florida to California – 3,000+ miles through 9 states in 6 days, most of it traveling on the Interstate Highway System, known as “America’s Backbone.” Here’s what I learned about this famous highway…
I had big plans for Tasmania — I was going to hang out for several days hiking and biking the idyllic countryside. Alas, my Tassie plans hit a snag in the form of the nasty sand fly. Read about my attack and recovery. (Warning: the "before" pic is pretty gross...)
Photo of the Week: Happy Summer Solstice!
This week is the summer solstice for us here in the Northern Hemisphere. Northern European countries celebrate with Midsummer festivities. My festivities include an evening hike with friends. I think it’s the perfect way to enjoy the longest day of the year!
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See you on the road summer bunnies!