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"Enerson is a first-generation Norwegian on her father's side and second-generation on her mother's. She's walked the fjords of her family's homeland, sipped demitasse and nibbled on fatigman and krumkake near her forefathers' home in Bergen and dined with the king of Norway. But she is more at home in Cloquet than anywhere else on earth. Enerson's father came over to the United States from Norway in 1911 at the age of 19. "He had a brother over here," she explained. "In those days, you had to have a sponsor in this country to make sure you had a job when you got here. He came to Cloquet via Quebec."
 
 
The Road That Has No End by Tim Travis ... Down the Road Publishing -
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"An Inspiring and Daring True Adventure Tim and Cindie Travis did something unthinkable and remarkable in mainstream America. They saved their money, quit their jobs, and sold most of their possessions. The plan was to spend the rest of their lives traveling by bicycle to every corner of the globe. With only what they could carry on a bicycle and a meager budget to live on they were completely free to see the world at their own pace. Traveling on bicycles allows the Travises to explore remote places, dig deep into hidden cultures, and experience things that few outsiders ever would."
 
 
Time and Money by Kendrick Mercer and Dr. Albert C. Goerig -
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"TIME AND MONEY is really two books in one. It provides a simple game plan for economic peace of mind and financial independence, but also offers a primer for a new way of living that will free you to enjoy your newly earned independence every day of your life. Part one of the book, Money: Living in Economic Freedom, explores family patterns and money scripts, and discusses the emotional and psychological issues around money. The book also shows how to invest for economic freedom and outlines the advantages of owning a home and paying off your mortgage early. The authors also delve into insurance and estate planning."
 
 
iRule and Nike ACG Balance Bar Go Neck and Neck in Stage Three's 'Valley of Adventure' -
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"SABAH, MALAYSIAN BORNEO - October 31, 2004 - In the final leg of stage three's 2004 Outdoor Quest, a steep uphill mountain bike ride over seven kilometres of paved road, Team iRule and Team Nike ACG/Balance Bar pedalled as if they had seen a ghost in the valley below. But even as they ascended up the break-neck pitch, and left the stage's multi-sport challenges behind them, they could not escape the day's toughest challenge.each other. Finishing a mere 21 seconds ahead of Nike/ACG Balance Bar, Team iRule again claimed the stage victory and upheld their overall lead in the event."
 
 

 
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England-Vacations-Travel:

London - Part 7

Orientation and Transportation

Planning is essential for any visitor to London, while free time should be

allowed to wander the streets and districts of London. Although itinerary should

be thought out and information on transportation and admissions to a particular

site obtained in advance.

The geographical divisions of London can be confusing,

and the vast size of London and Greater London very intimidating to the

uninitiated. This should not deter visitors though; by studying a map finding

where you want to go should be relatively simple.

The River Thames splits the

city in two. Most (but certainly not all) of the well known major attractions

are located north of the river, and most of these are confined to a fairly

central area.

The city is also divided into compass points, this can get very

confusing, it is always better to pinpoint a proposed destination on a map

before going there. If you do get lost, Londoners are more than willing to offer

directions, and are quite used to being asked. Unless a person is very familiar

with the streets of London, driving a vehicle within Central London should not

be considered.

Traffic congestion is legendary, and the one-way street system

confuses even the most seasoned London driver.

England-Vacations-Travel:

The North of England - Part 14

Chester is famous for The Rows, several streets consisting mostly of two-tiered

lines of shops and offices connected by pedestrian walkways. Certain of the rows

feature attractive black and white timbered buildings with a definite Tudor

appearance. Some guidebooks even list them as such, and though the origins of

the Rows probably date back prior to medieval times, in fact the actual Tudor

buildings are clever Victorian reproductions. Nevertheless these buildings

certainly have enhanced the attractiveness of the city.

The Walls of Chester were first constructed around the year A.D. 70. This was to

keep the Welsh (Chester is still very close to the border with Wales) out of the

Roman fortress.

Shortly thereafter the walls were reconstructed out of local

sandstone. Over the years their position has been altered slightly, but since

shortly after the English civil war of the 1600s, when they were rebuilt as a

sort of promenade, they have been a major attraction in the city. A great

introduction to Chester is to take a leisurely stroll along the two-mile (3.2

km) Clock Tower in York circumference of the walls. Among the highlights along

the path of the walls is the lovely Victorian Eastgate Clock. It is also

possible to see the remains of the Roman Amphitheatre.

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Welcome to Wales - Part 13

Snowdonia National Park

Mount Snowdon Photo courtesy of Dave Newbould While Wales is home to three

national parks - Brecon Beacons National Park, Snowdonia National Park and

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Snowdonia is one of the most popular

destinations in the country. Mount Snowdon, in northwest Wales, is the

centerpiece of the park and also the tallest mountain in Wales and England

towering over the countryside at 1085 metres (nearly 3,560 feet). The mountain

is an impressive sight in both scenery and proportion. The park itself was

established in 1951 and is one of the largest National Parks in Britain, second

only to England's Lake District.

Much more than a National Park, Snowdonia is a worthwhile area for several

reasons. The park plays host to dozens of recreational opportunities: walking,

hiking, climbing, pony trekking, whitewater rafting and many others. The view

from the summit of Mount Snowdon, whether it is reached by riding the Snowdon

Mountain Railway or by climbing, is spectacular. The mountain overlooks the

landscape of flowing rivers and small mountain villages. Approximately 500,000

people reach the summit each year.

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" From left, James Tantalo, 23, of Plymouth, Kate Gumbis, 20, of Wyandotte and Rocky Pastor, 20, of Lincoln Park pose outside of the vacant Fort Shelby in downtown Detroit on Friday night. Urban spelunkers treat vacant buildings as cavess to be explored.FINDING BEAUTY AMONG RUINS: Explorers brave danger inside abandoned urban buildingsNovember 3, 2004BY MARY OWENFREE PRESS STAFF WRITERA wooden board studded with rusty nails covered a shattered window, but a crowbar made it just an inconvenience. One by one, James Tantalo and four friends gingerly slid in.On a recent, overcast Sunday afternoon, the five adventurers switched on MagLites and started walking. Kate Gumbis, 20, of Wyandotte offered dust masks to everyone. They declined, but she put one on.It was pitch black inside the abandoned Fort Shelby Hotel.Explorer Alan (Rocky) Pastor, 20 of Lincoln Park led the group beneath a fallen ceiling, past empty soda cans and into the spacious lobby at the mouth of a staircase. Their flashlights showed only glimpses of the faded grandeur of the hotel, which opened at the corner of Lafayette and First Street in Detroit in 1918 and closed in the late 1970s.Suddenly, someone's camera flashed and -- for only a second -- illuminated high ceilings, a reception desk and elevators."Cool," they gushed.Tantalo, 23, of Plymouth and his friends are urban spelunkers, a modification to the term spelunking, which refers to cave exploration. Urban spelunkers are a loose network -- connected mainly through the Internet -- of mostly young historians, photographers and amateur anthropologists who have found a playground among the world's abandoned buildings.Tantalo has the luxury of Detroit's vast collection of empty pre-Depression buildings and factories. Counterparts in other cities make do with sewer tunnels, underground subway systems, forgotten train stations and empty mental hospitals."Detroit is a special place," said Tantalo, a Ford Motor Co. computer support technician. "There's always something to discover. It's like an archeological dig."The city is considered destination No. 1 for building spelunking, according to explorers."For fans of abandoned building exploration, Detroit is the No. 1 city in the U.S., hands down," said the webmaster for the popular Toronto-based urban exploration Web site, Infiltration, who would only identify himself as Ninjalicious via e-mail.The fascination with Detroit's buildings has turned into an illegal, and sometimes dangerous, hobby.Yes, urban spelunking is trespassing. Under Wayne County's abandoned building ordinance, it's a misdemeanor punishable by up to 30 days in jail and/or $50. Yes, it can be dangerous. Anyone could be lurking in abandoned buildings. The building's infrastructure could wither without warning, and there is asbestos everywhere. And for owners of Detroit's empty buildings, explorers are a nuisance and a liability.The latest fascination is Tiger Stadium, local explorers said. The building closed in 1999, and millions of dollars are being spent in security to keep people out."Yes, trespassing is a problem," said Howard Hughey, a spokesman for Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. "People can get hurt. There's definitely something wrong with trespassing, even if it's for an appreciation for what's there."Dan Stamper, president of the Detroit International Bridge Co., which owns the Michigan Central Depot, said the company doesn't track trespassing arrests, but added that the number of visitors has declined since it hired a security company after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks."The building is not open for people to walk through," Stamper said. The 91-year-old train station has been one of Detroit's most popular spelunking spots for years despite the barbed wire and no-trespassing signs."Just because it's a building that's fascinating, doesn't mean people can trespass in it," Stamper said.Joe Van Esley, whose Plymouth-based real estate company has been trying to sell the Fort Shelby for years, expressed frustration over repeated efforts by explorers to break into the building. The building owners have been scrutinized in the past by city building inspectors for not properly boarding up the building."We've boarded up the building a couple times," he said. "We try our best. We're the victims here."As for safety, urban explorers argue that's a priority -- just like in any other extreme activity like rock climbing or whitewater rafting. Be prepared, do the research and don't be foolish, they say. Each explorer has his or her own injuries, broken bones and cuts that require tetanus shots. Explorers said they almost never come across muggers, drug dealers or homeless people in downtown Detroit buildings. But often there is evidence of someone living there, such as mattresses, clothes and radios. In one building, someone is keeping a small and tidy book collection. Explorers said they are more likely to cross paths with other explorers.Explore and appreciateTake only pictures, leave only footprints.That's the urban explorer motto.The exceptions are small artifacts, like the Fort Shelby's reservation cards or pieces of wallpaper. They would be committed to ruin otherwise."By taking these artifacts out and taking photographs, that ensures that it'll be around as long as we're around," Tantalo says.Inside the Fort Shelby on the recent Sunday, the group found notes with phone messages and hotel keys still in cubby holes, behind the front desk. They ventured into the handful of crumbling and empty ballrooms on the first floor, then headed upstairs to the more than 20 floors of hotel rooms. Forging up a narrow stairwell near the fourth floor, they noticed that entire walls are missing, completely removed by looters seeking bathroom fixtures and piping.Phone books left behind date to the 1970s, and Gumbis looked to see whether her grandmother is listed.A rusted 17-gallon container read "Survival Supplies, Furnished by Office of Civil Defense, Department of Defense Drinking Water" sits near a skeleton of a wall. Broken glass was everywhere.On some floors, light broke through the broken windows into the rooms and into the hallway. The group separated, but stayed within yelling distance. Near the 16th floor, they opted to head straight for the roof, skipping exploration of the remaining floors. Then Gumbis demanded that they stop -- the dust was affecting her breathing. The explorers paused, then forged ahead, upward.Eventually, sunlight greeted them at the doorway. They have reached the top, where seven or eight small trees and some grass grow -- part of Detroit's stubborn ecology.From the roof, they saw the Detroit River, Cobo Hall and the Book-Cadillac building. They enjoyed the view for a half hour, snapped photos and discuss dinner. Then they headed back down.Who does it?As a result of the secrecy of urban exploration, it's almost impossible to know how many people do it or their demographics.Ninjalicious said he's had a gradual increase in interest since he started his urban exploring Web site and magazine in 1996 and 1997, respectively. He said his Web site gets about 2,000 hits a day."The growing interest in urban exploration -- which is largely a pursuit of beauty and authenticity -- is at least partly a reaction to the increasing ugliness and phoniness of cities and suburbs," Ninjalicious said recently via e-mail."Some people think of urban exploration as an extreme sport pursued by macho adrenaline junkies, but it's actually more popular among introverted types."Tantalo, who makes casual monthly trips into buildings, agreed. His group often includes friend Pastor, who works as a restaurant dishwasher, and Tantalo's girlfriend, Gumbis, who works at a hospital. They were introduced to spelunking by a group in the Toronto area.Some groups have taken exploring beyond Detroit to an old paper mill in Monroe and a former mental hospital in Traverse City, for example.One site, the Northville Tunnels beneath the former Wayne County Child Development Center near Sheldon and 5 Mile, drew explorers for decades until it was torn up in 1999 to build a golf course and houses. John Wagner, 35, an electrician from Dearborn, started going to the tunnels almost 20 years ago and now runs the Web site, www.northville-tunnels.com.Wagner and his colleagues said there are few Detroit spots they haven't ventured into, and he said they have pushed the limits of the hobby to include vacant portions of buildings still in use.They mean no harm, he said."If these building owners cared, they would do something with their buildings," said Wagner, a married father of three. "For us, there's nothing like sitting on the roof and looking out onto the city."Serious explorers are adamant about being distinguished from vandals, looters and graffiti artists.And they don't want to be mainstream. Urban spelunking Web sites have been abuzz about an upcoming Discovery Channel reality series about exploration. Parts of the pilot, "Forbidden Zone," were shot in Buffalo last summer.Spelunkers add that the popularization of the hobby ruins the subversive nature of building exploration, said explorer Paul Mush, a 20-year-old college student from Westland."We do it so other people don't have to," he said, smiling.Contact MARY OWEN at 586-469-1827 or owen@freepress.com. "
 
 
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