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Ice reigns in the Arctic. It dictates what you eat and what you wear. It dictates where you travel and perhaps more importantly, where you don’t. And like Bubba’s shrimp, it’s not one singular thing. There’s greasy ice, pancake ice and brash ice, primary and secondary ice, icebergs and ice cakes. Bellot Strait blazed red
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About Lydia Schrandt Lydia, Senior Photo Editor and Readers’ Choice Production Manager for USA TODAY 10Best, has traveled to more than 40 countries in Europe, Asia and North and South America, and has lived in Albuquerque, Galveston, Austin, Thailand, Korea, China, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Spain and now Houston. When she’s not at her computer
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Although Historic Route 66 is no longer the “Main Street of America,” this long stretch between Los Angeles and Chicago is still an iconic American road trip destination. This corridor is like a journey through American history, where you can see flickering neon signs, abandoned gas stations, quirky museums, breathtaking natural formations, old-fashioned diners and
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In the book, The Dead Toad Scrolls, Kilroy J. Oldster writes that “examination of our past is never time-wasting. Reverberations from the past provide learning rubrics for living today.” It’s an excellent quote that stresses the importance of learning from our past. And there’s no better education on our history as humans – and as a planet
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