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Carol Tanenbaum – A Photojournal Excerpt

Carol Tanenbaum – A Photojournal Excerpt

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Carol Tanenbaum – A Photojournal Excerpt Lake Hovsgol Feb 19, 2007 — Beginnings The road from Moron to Lake Hovsgol is more the suggestion of a pathway for vehicles than a highway. Deeply frozen ruts, mostly, interspersed with rocky patches. The two-and-a-half hour trip becomes smoother once we reach the lake, as the lake turns

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Sas Carey Q&A: An Interview with the Nomadicare Founder

Sas Carey Q&A: An Interview with the Nomadicare Founder

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Sas Carey Q&A: An Interview with the Nomadicare Founder “Footprints carry a person’s individual vibration, recognized by the spirits,” writes Sas Carey, author of Reindeer Herders in My Heart — Stories of Healing Journeys in Mongolia. In this candid interview Sas speaks about one of the last remaining nomadic societies on Earth, their way of life,

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The Frozen Highway

The Frozen Highway

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The Frozen Highway A short trip to Lake Huvsgul Our Nomadic Expeditions colleague Ider Batbayar speaks about his recent experiences trekking through northern Mongolia and over the frozen Lake Huvsgul, the world’s cleanest freshwater lake. My recent trip to Lake Huvsgul in northern Mongolia occurred while the lake’s surface was frozen as deep as 3-4