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Monday, February 20th, 2006

The Grand Tetons, Wyoming: Entering the Current of Grace

by Gigi Ragland In June of 2004, the Tour de France occupied much of my thoughts. The race—on its ninety-first anniversary—marked Lance Armstrong’s bid for a record-breaking sixth consecutive win. That same year, I was training for a cycling tour of my own. Yet whereas the Tour de France consists of twenty stages of grueling

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: Oregon, USA: Cruising the Columbia, A Corps of Discovery

by Gigi Ragland Undaunted Courage, by Stephen Ambrose, chronicles the heroic overland expedition of Lewis and Clark. These adventurous men and their thirty-one member party, dubbed the Corps of Discovery, journeyed westward from St. Louis in search...

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Wellness: Thai Massage: Wat’s It All About?

by Gigi Ragland Before I left for Thailand, friends advised me to visit Wat Po, the oldest and largest temple in Bangkok. They recommended Wat Po not because of the temple’s overwhelmingly stunning physical attributes, or because...