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The Italian Dollarmites

The Italian Dollarmites

The Italian Dolomites from jasonmacqueen on Vimeo. We had been climbing all day. From valley floor to ridge-line. Up switchbacks finally stepping onto the sheltered alpine meadow the other side of the ridge. The cows momentarily looked up from their...

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Three Capes Walk on the cheap.

Three Capes Walk on the cheap.

When it comes to recommending activities for visitors to Tasmania, the Three Capes walk has quickly risen to be in my top five list.  Well, for affluent hikers anyway.  At roughly $495 for a three night walk, it is out of the price range of...

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Cocktails on the Castle

Cocktails on the Castle

  Trips can often descend into arguments and petty finger pointing.  So it was refreshing that this years Cockails on the Castle started with the finger pointing.  After driving down a dirt road that seemed to go on forever we finally emerged at a...

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In at the deep end, again.

In at the deep end, again.

Kayaking big water had not gone well for me three years ago.  Loosing my kayak and paddle and barley managing to climb along the wall of the canyon to safety was still fresh in my mind.  There was very little to consider around weather I should join a two...

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Back at the Campfire

Back at the Campfire

Three years ago my life on the other side of the world ended.  A neat line was drawn under seven years of friendships, relationships and work. I got on a plane, left one life and started a new one on the other side of the world. Three months ago I did the trip I...

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Axsys Systems

Axsys Systems

While the Axsys initially seemed to be similar to other fitness products, some features stood out.  Most noticeably the three sensors.  Heart rate monitor, accelerometer and of course GPS location tracking.  Adrian the Owner Operator of Axsys systems wanted a video to...

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