COD --THE DISTANT LISTENER
Cape Cod is a favorite habitat of
mine, especially because of its relation to ancient radio broadcast
reception. In this essay I cover Marconi to Ernie "Lefty"
Cooper, maybe the best Broadcast band Dxer of all time. Check it out.
This is a neat new magazine worth reading.
www.travelandtransitions.com, deals with unconventional travel including
adventure travel, learning travel, studying/living/working/volunteering abroad,
cross-cultural connections and much more. We offer unique content through live travel
stories, tips and regional travel guides as well as interviews with travel experts
and other interesting individuals.
I have fallen in
love with Alaska. In August of 2001 my wife Janet and I went on a cruise
through the inside passage on the Rhapsody of the Seas. Lots
of food, scenery, and photographs. For complete details read the full
and other stories.
BEST TRAVEL LIBRARY
library has the best travelogues in the business. Its the place
you should check out first if you are interested in a travelogue. When
you do, write Brian Lucas
and tell him what a great job he is doing.
Did I get any e-mail from you? What is your favorite travel site?
Where have you visited lately that is interesting? Let me know!
I will check it out for our readers and explorers.
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Dan Kenneth Phillips Let the editor know what you want, ok?
OF THE MONTH:
"The roads are
full of flat squirrels who couldn't make up their minds. "
Murray Lundberg's ExploreNorth
site is the "world's largest access point to the circumpolar
North." Including Alaska, Yukon Territory, Nunavut, Greenland,
and more. Top Notch. Includes his Carcross, Yukon Territory webcam.
Another great site is Tripadvisor,
which gives travelogues, hotels, cost of air and many other details
about places one is to visit. Give it a try.
Thought you may like to review this Scottish
travel site: Site Title: Scottish Holidays URL: http://www.scottishholidays.net
Description: Guide for Scotland as a holiday destination with travel
& events, information maps for tourist detailing history golf towns
& accommodation in hotels. Kind regards and many thanks, George
Hello Dan, After looking at your Web Surfer
Travel Journal site, I've decided our Web site may be of interest to
This site celebrates with words and pictures the treasures found in
America's first national park. We suggest places to visit and short
hikes to take. Geological explanations will help you find out how Yellowstone
got the way it is now. Later this year, Granite Peak Publications will
publish the book Yellowstone Treasures: The Traveler's Companion to
the National Park. Happy travelling, Beth Chapple Webmaster, Yellowstone
Take care and have a great weekend. Mad Kane Madeleine Begun Kane, Humor
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ONE OF BEST NEW SITES!!
First and foremost, have enjoyed your
website and have a link to your site in http://users.erols.com/hmmd/garage.html
(Howie)--This is a great site! Try
- Your backpacking Europe Site.
Dan Phillips article for AmericaEconomia magazine in Chile. This
article gives the history of travel on the World Wide Web.
Worth studying,even if it is a little out of date.
This is a web page by Dan K. Phillips dedicated to Mark Twain, perhaps
the greatest writer EVER in America.
Interview with Paul
TRAVEL WRITER WHO
WILL NOT BORE
"About ten years ago I took a job as a seasonal park
ranger in a place called Arches National Monument near the little
town of Moab in southeast Utah. Why I went there no longer matters;
what I found there is the subject of this book. My job began on
the first of April and ended on the last day of September. I liked
the work and the canyon country and returned the following year
for a second season. I would have returned the third year too and
each year thereafter but unfortunately for the Arches, a primitive
place when I first went there, was developed and improved so well
that I had to leave." Edward Abbey - The introduction to
Edward Abbey is the author of Desert
Solitaire, one of the great travel books of all time.
Dan Kenneth Phillips