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Carl Patterson says:

ima go on a travel to alaska im gonna be walking and on bike most likely all i really need is a list of things to bring such as flash light tent map warm clothes a certain kind of bag a compass and im trying to pack as light as possible but what...

Ben Jones says: Travel light - one back pack ONLY. Heavy walking boots on your feet - light indoor shoes in your backpack. Quick dry "everything", even socks shall be designated "quick dry" Try Patagonia or any...

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Werfel, who as acting commissioner had vowed to restore “trust” in the IRS, met with...


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Traveling light: Smart packing helps make the most of summer trips

If packing for travel is an art, Courtney Ricketts and her husband, Suleyman Vardar, must be masters. Everything you need in one carry-on-size suitcase apiece for a voyage to Kenya? Bolivia? Great Britain? Any major U.S. city? Check, check ...

Best quick-drying travel gear

the travel shirt - ideal for anyone wanting to look like an unemployed safari guide. US brand Columbia has obviously noticed that flaw in a lot of khaki-coloured clobber and have instead plumped for white for this, the finest quick-drying (about two hours ...

Wrinkles: The Road Warrior’s Lament

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