An award-winning journalist’s eco-adventures across the globe with his three traveling companions: his fiancée, his OCD, and his chronic anxiety—a hilarious, wild jaunt that will inspire travelers, environmentalists, and anyone with mental illness.
Aspen-area author and photographer, Margaret Wilson Reckling has published a book, Woody Creek: Views from a Homestead, where she brilliantly captures Woody Creek Canyon’s intimate allure and panoramic vistas through her photographic study and written words.
In celebration of its 15th anniversary, Mr & Mrs Smith, the travel club for hotel lovers, is returning to its publishing roots with the publication of MR & MRS SMITH PRESENTS THE WORLD’S SEXIEST BEDROOMS (Thames & Hudson, November 13, 2018).
Some of the world’s best literature exists in the form of travel memoirs. Bill Bryson’s A Walk in the Woods, Jamie Zeppa’s Beyond the Sky and the Earth, and John Higham’s 360 Degrees Longitude are all examples of critically acclaimed and universally loved travel memoirs.
Carrie and John Morgridge, two professionals in their 50s, made a choice that some might call crazy: they pulled out of their busy lives for two months and tackled what is called the most challenging bike route in North America.