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50 Wildlife Hotspots

When you go to Grand Teton, you go to see the mountains and beautiful lakes. Quickly you’ll find out that Grand Teton is the home to the most iconic wildlife in North America. How do you find all the animals you’re looking for in the most likely places? There’s a new guidebook out that tells you where to go and how to find them. Watch this video to learn more.

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How to Avoid Having Your Phone Hacked at Big American Airports—Wifi hacking

Did you know it’s easy for hackers to steal your email, bank account, credit card, and personal information at WiFi hotspots, especially in airports, straight from your phone WiFi? It was reported in San Diego a few weeks back that it’s happened again. Why does this happen and how can you avoid it? Is there a way to defend yourself and your data? Watch the video and find out.

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https://www.techrepublic.com/article/the-10-airports-where-your-phone-is-most-likely-to-get-hacked/
Here are the least cybersecure airports in America, according to the report:
San Diego International Airport, San Diego, CA (Score: 10)
John Wayne Airport-Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA (Score: 8.7)
William P Hobby Airport, Houston, TX (Score: 7.5)
Southwest Florida International Airport, Fort Myers, FL (Score: 7.1)
Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark, NJ (Score: 7.1)
Dallas Love Field, Dallas, TX (Score: 6.8)
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, AZ (Score: 6.5)
Charlotte Douglas International Airport, Charlotte, NC (Score: 6.4)
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI (Score: 6.4)
General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, Boston, MA (Score: 6.4)

Return to Africa

A question frequently asked is, "Can an exotic adventure be as good the second time?" My answer is a blunt, "Yes!"Kruger-3041Kruger-3041 After our two month visit to South Africa in 2017 we had the opportunity to return for a longer visit in the spring 2018. We broke all of the travel rules I suggested previously and made last minute plans for our extended trip. We planned to re-visit the highlights of our previous trip, spend more time in our favorite places, and visit new areas on the south and west coasts of this amazing country.  As always, we wanted to combine adventure, relaxing vacation time, and wildlife photography in a variety of national parks all at a reasonable cost. Continue reading "Return to Africa"