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Adaptation of Chief Seattle’s Speech; a Letter to President Franklin Pierce

The most well known adaptation of Chief Seattle’s letter to President Franklin Pierce was written by a screenwriter from Texas named Ted Perry in 1970.  This adaptation has been long been believed to be the original letter that Chief Seattle sent to President Franklin Pierce in 1854.   The first translated version of Chief Seattle’s […]

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Colorful house in Suzdal, Western Russia

Ornamental Russia: Suzdal and Sergiev Posad — Image Gallery

Images from Sergiev Posad and Suzdal in “The Golden Circle” of Western Russia

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What to Read While on the Road: The Best Books About Travel and Adventure

What to Read While on the Road: Great Books About Travel and Adventure

Last updated: May 12, 2015 . Into The Wild (John Krakauer) – Love the book? The movie is awesome too. Into Thin Air (John Krakauer) – The book is better than the movie. Miracle in the Andes (Nando Parrado) Rum Diaries (Hunter S. Thompson) – Don’t see the movie, just read the book. On The […]

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Awesome Street Signs from Around the World

Signs from Around the World — Image Gallery

Last updated: March 2nd, 2013. © 2013, World on a Fork. All rights reserved.

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Filmmakers Zvone Seruga and Neja Garvas in West Papua

Journey Into Wild West Papua with Filmmakers Zvone Seruga and Neja Garvas

Every day of most of our lives is largely consumed by progress, technology, the constant drive for success. But somewhere—in a rugged place nestled within our “small world”—is tribal living at its most primitive. Few people have the guts, the means, or even a reason to seek this wonderful place—one of the most wild places […]

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