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Where’s the Beef? – August Wallpaper

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Water buffalo herd – Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania ©theexplorerslens.com

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Which Way – June Desktop Wallpaper

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Punda Milia, Swahili for ‘zebra’ – Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania ©theexplorerlens.com

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Adventure Travel News – Everest, Rovers, and Free Stuff

A pinch of wanderlust wimsy, a dash of online outdoor adrenaline, and a whole lot of lazy-sauce goes into Adventure Travel News.

If you are reading this we are:

a) too busy with our own ‘fun’ adventure,
b) too caught up reading about to other people’s epic travels,
c) too lazy to produce original content, or
d) all of the above …psstt life lesson… always select ‘all of the above’.

Here’s what caught our attention this month…

Everest at 60 – Because It’s Still There

Quite a bit of Everest content this month which shouldn’t come as a surprise given that May is the most common month to summit and 2013 marks a couple of significant milestones primarily, the 60th Anniversary of first recorded successful summit:

  • Celebrating in style – Guide Dave Hahn becomes the first non-sherpa to summit 15 times!
  • Interesting read – 2003 Peter Millar article about Edmund Hillary’s life after becoming the first to summit – Everest: 50 Years and Counting.

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