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I filled my lungs with the scent of eucalyptus that wafted in the open windows of the Land Cruiser. Rain had fallen overnight, dampening and in turn settling the dust on the roads, making it easier to breathe today. Our...

After a whirlwind morning in the blazing heat of an Ethiopian winter, we stopped for lunch in an unpainted, cow-dung building. I blinked rapidly until my eyes adjusted to the dark interior and then flopped onto a straight-...

I stood in a small Ethiopian village, an open field to my left and a rectangular building with dried cow dung walls to my right. The walls had once been plastered and painted blue, but much of the plaster had worn away, and...

Recent Books

Vancouver - 5-Day Tour

This guide is for strangers to Vancouver who want the "in" places that locals haunt. The guide outlines up to five full days of activities and describes...

Truckstop Nights

While at university, Don Precosky worked at the local Husky Truckstop on the Trans Canada Highway in Thunder Bay (then it was two towns, Fort William and...

Diary of a Lake

Glacier Lake, in the geographical heart of the Mackenzie Mountains is a mecca for rock climbers and for canoeists on the upper South Nahanni River. The big...