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  • Donna Dawson

    As the owner/publisher of the Internet Web site, www.ICanGarden.com , Donna Dawson has received many awards and has been recogn…

  • Mike Salter

    Mike Salter is the author of the Folly Publications series of books about medieval castles, parish churches and long distance w…

  • Craig Smith

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  • Ralph Pina

    Very little gives me more pleasure than walking in Africa's landscapes. As Kierkegaard said: above all do not lose your desire …

  • Liesbet Collaert

    Liesbet Collaert, a former school teacher from Belgium, has been an avid traveler since she was a teenager. Growing older only …

  • Tom Fort

    Tom Fort started fishing with his two older brothers when he was a lad growing up near Reading. He has since managed to fish t…

  • Mercy in Africa

    We are two physicians who spent a year travelling the world in 2007-2008, and repeatedly return to West Africa to work with Mer…

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  • Angkor Wat

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