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Vladimir Dinets: Polymath Russian Adventurer
Virtual Tour of Almaty, Kazakhstan
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SummitPost
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Bird Families of the World
Ancient Scripts
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The Cephalopod Page
The Ultimate Ungulate
The Red Book of the Peoples of the Russian Empire
USGS Streamflow Data

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Finno-Ugrian Music
Boojum Expeditions
American River Touring Association

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Sunday, April 19, 2009
 
Has the mystery of the disappearance of Everett Ruess been solved? National Geographic Adventure has a teaser.

Hat tip to the very worthwhile Guy Tal Photography.

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Comments:
It's our own Southwestern version of finding Mallory & Irvine, but somehow, in Ruess's, I am almost sad that someone thinks they have solved the mystery of his disappearance.

He should always be 20 years old, out there walking with his burros.
 
I'm with you, Chas. It's a little like the (certainly false) theory that Bessie Hyde killed Glen, changed her name to Georgie White and spent the rest of her life driving Grand Canyon motor rigs and drinking Coors. Much more appealing than simply drowning in 234-mile rapid. One hates for a mythic story to become mundane.
 
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