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The Discoverer

The Discoverer lets you discover the world from your inbox, their weekly emails allow you to escape the daily mundane and transport yourself to extraordinary bucket list destinations. The online portal is a global community of explorers that share insight into the world’s most unique places, with each edition giving you an insight from genuine discoverers and allowing you to escape from your daily routine for a few minutes to experience something new. Sourced from locals and in-the-know travelers, you´ll learn a little history about the place, best time of the year to go, what to do, what to visit, and the best tips.



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APOLLO PROGRAM PHOTOBOOK | Image

APOLLO PROGRAM PHOTOBOOK

The Apollo Program Photobook is now available and it will surely please both photography lovers and astronaut fiends. A special and high grade collection comprised of 225 glorious photos (restored images) from the original scans of 70mm film rolls the astronauts shot during the program of the Apollo missions from VII to XVII. This photo book is a 3000 units limited edition, and includes a short essay written by Apollo VII astronaut Walt Cunningham. It is reasonably ...
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WANDAWEGA LAKE RESORT

The Wandawega Lake Resort aka Camp Wandawega is a peaceful, lakeside, wooded retreat that sits on 25 hidden acres. The resort is secluded on a wonderful, quiet lake with abundant wildlife, you can stay at the charming 3 bedroom lakefront cottage, a two bedroom cabin, a one bedroom cabin or the vintage Boyscout camp site. Guests have access to all that Camp Wandawega has to offer, from a private beach, a private fishing pier, canoes, rowboats, trails, volleyball, bas...
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NORWEGIAN WOOD

Norwegian Wood has been a best seller in Scandinavian countries for the past year, a book about the wisdom of chopping, stacking, and drying wood the Scandinavian way. The beautifully illustrated book provides useful advice, practical tips, interesting facts and anecdotes, but also dives into the history of our relationship with wood and fire. This US edition is a fully updated version of the Norwegian original, but with an appendix of US based resources and contact...
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