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  • Disaster traveling is my specialty

    Disaster traveling is my specialty

    The best vacations are unexpected, unplanned and filled with both adventure and misadventure.

  • Take a hike!

    Take a hike!

    Rob Pudim recalls his own adventurous childhood, and wonders why today’s kids are so unwilling to go outside and get dirty.

  • Don’t send a check, send yourself

    In an effort to “think globally and act locally,” the author volunteers his time for environmental causes, rather than just reaching for his checkbook.

  • Don’t send a check, send yourself

    Rob Pudim discovers the fun of wildlands restoration, a hands-on activity he highly recommends.

  • Why bad people do good things for our public lands

    Rob Pudim is a basically selfish guy who also works very hard as a volunteer on the public lands.

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