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Musings From Colin Treadwell

The Wilderness of the World

I just returned from some weeks in the wilderness, and I am still buzzing and glowing from the charge of being immersed in nature. I know that we’re always really immersed in nature, even in the city. But I think we city folk need to periodically get away from the artificial environments to remove our blinders and really look at the world we'...
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Posted by A Colin Treadwell on 7/19/2018
Posted in: Musings From Colin Treadwell
Tags: Travel, Tauck, history, Nature

Enlarging Your World at the Hermitage

A listing of the world's largest museums puts the Louvre in Paris on top with 782,910 square feet of floor place. St. Petersburg’s Hermitage comes in a close second with 719,480 square feet. But if you make the comparison based on the number of art pieces in each collection, you get a different picture. The collection at the Louvre conta...
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How Tourism Became a Protector

Ever since I first saw pictures of Machu Picchu and heard about the mysterious ancient city I had a powerful urge to see it for myself. It took a while, but I finally made it, and the spectacular terraced mountaintop ruin was even more magnificent than the pictures. 
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Posted by A Colin Treadwell on 6/14/2018
Posted in: Musings From Colin Treadwell
Tags: Travel, Tauck, history

Switzerland: Sharing the Natural Beauty

What do you think of when you think of Switzerland? The mountains no doubt, the Alps. My earliest memory of Switzerland is the story of Heidi, a young girl living in the mountains. After that I experienced a series of more or less random, unrelated associations. There was Swiss cheese, which I first experienced in cartoons as a comical image o...
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Posted by A Colin Treadwell on 5/31/2018
Posted in: Musings From Colin Treadwell
Tags: Travel, Europe, Switzerland, Nature

Following the Music

Sigmund Freud theorized that we have multi-track minds, and I’m pretty sure that one track of my mind is always dedicated to music. If there is no music in the environment, there is still always some melody playing in my head. I know many others share this condition. People talk about earworms, tunes that seem to lodge in your head and keep p...
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Posted by A Colin Treadwell on 5/17/2018
Posted in: Musings From Colin Treadwell
Tags: Travel, Europe, British, Music

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