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TRAVEL BLOGS,
NORTH AMERICA

See a patial list of our travel blog articles featuring places in North America below. For the complete blog archives list please visit our Archives page.

Alaska Cruise
Alaska: Musk Ox
Alaskan Interior
Alaska Marine Highway
Alaska Railway
Alaska Small Ship Cruise
Alaska Whale Watching
Aleutians
Amelia Island, FL
Arizona Cowboy College
Aruba
Atlanta, Idaho
Austin, Texas
Avila Beach, CA
Banff
Baja California Sur
Baja Wine Country, Mexico
Belize
Big Bear Lake, CA
British Columbia Tea
Calgary
California Coast
Cambria & Paso Robles
Canadian Cities
Canadian Rockies
Canadian Winter
Catalina Island
Central Coast, California
Charlevoix, Quebec
Cherokee Nation
Chincoteague & Assateague
Claremont, CA
Columbia River
Costa Rica
Costa Rica Cloud Forest
Cozumel, Mexico
Death Valley Pupfish
Denali National Park
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Douglas Complex Fire, OR
Eastern Washington
Edmonton
Fairbanks, Alaska
French Canada Cruise
Glacier Peak, WA
Grand del Mar
Guadalajara, Mexico
Hana Highway, Hawaii
Hawaii
Hawaii Big Island
Honolulu, Hawaii
Inland Northwest
Juneau, Alaska
Kaua'i 1; Kaua'i 2
Key West
Kona, Hawaii
La Cantera, San Antonio, TX
Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach Images
Lahaina, Hawaii
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Lanai. Hawaii
La Paz, Mexico
Las Alamandas, Mexico
Las Vegas
Lewis & Clark Expedition
Lexington, Kentucky
Maine
Mammoth Mountain
Maui, Hawaii
Mohonk Mountain House
Molokai, Hawaii
Monterey Bay
Montreal
Montreal Tea
Morongo Resort
Myrtle Beach
Napa Valley
New Brunswick
New Hampshire
New Mexico
New Mexico Images
New Orleans
New York
North Cascades, WA
North Dakota Blizzard
Northern Washington State
Nova Scotia
Oahu
Oceanside, CA
Orange County
Oregon Coast
Olympia, WA
Olympic Peninsula, WA
Oxnard, CA
Palm Springs Aerial Tram
Palouse Scenic Byway
Panama
Pasadena, CA
Paso Robles, CA
Pismo Beach, CA
Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Prince Rupert/Digby Island
Prudhoe Bay, Canadian Arctic
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Queen Charlotte Islands
Redondo Beach
Rhode Island
Richmond, BC
Riverside, CA
Riviera Maya, Mexico
Route 66
Samish Island, WA
San Diego
San Francisco
San Luis Obispo, CA
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Monica, CA
Seattle
Sedona, Arizona
Seward Highway, Alaska
Sitka, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
Sonoma, CA
South Texas
St. Lawrence River, Canada
St. Louis, MO
Sun Valley, ID
Taos, New Mexico
Texas Bull Riding
Texas Wine Country
Tongass, Alaska
Toronto
Utah
Vancouver
Ventura, CA
Victoria, BC
Virginia Skydiving
Waco, Texas
Washington D.C: Newseum
Western Canada
Whistler, B.C.

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TRAVEL BLOGS,
EUROPE

Alcala, Spain
Amsterdam
Aran Islands, Ireland
Arnhem, Holland
Assisi, Italy
Athens
Augsburg, Germany
Baltic Sea Nations
Basel. Switzerland
Bavaria
Beira, Portugal
Belgium
Berlin
Bertha Benz Route, Germany
Bled, Slovenia
Brno, Czech Republic
Bruges, Leiden and Dijon
Burgundy, France
Castelluccio di Norcia, Italy
Champagne and Lorraine
Champagne Country, France
Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
Consuegra, Spain
Copenhagen
Cotswolds, England
County Cork, Ireland
Crete, Greece
Czech Republic
Czech Republic Slideshow
Dolomites, Italy
Eastern Mediterranean
Erfurt, Germany
Europe by Train
Europe's Churches
Europe's Statues
Fairytale Road, Germany
Flanders, Belgium
Galicia, Spain
German Wine Tours
Germany (Bach)
Germany (small towns)
Germany (4 big cities)
Germany's Great Cities Giverny, France
Graubunden, Switzerland
Graz, Austria
Hamburg
Heroes of Britain
Heroes of Europe
Holland River Cruise
Iceland 1; Iceland 2; Iceland 3
Innsbruck, Austria
Ireland Return
Ireland Tour 1; Ireland Tour 2
Ireland Vacation
Ischia Island, Italy
Kos Island, Greece
Lake Como, Italy
La Mancha, Spain
Lisbon, Portugal
Libourne, SW France
Liverpool, England
Loch Ness, Scotland
London Tea
London Tour Part 1
London Tour Part 2
London Tour Part 3
London Tour Part 4
Lorraine, France
Lucerne, Switzerland
Madrid
Madrid Tapas
Mediterranean Cruise
Meuse-Argonne, France
Montagne, SW France
Montenegro
Montpellier, France
Moscow & St, Petersburg
Munich
Nidwalden, Switzerland
Norcia, Umbria, Italy
Normandy Beaches, France
Normandy, France
Northern Italy
North Wales Railway
Norway
Norwegian Arctic
Norwegian Fjords
Offbeat Germany
Off the Beaten Path Europe
Orvieto, Italy
Oslo, Bergen & Trondheim
Paris
Perugia, Italy
Piovene Rocchette, Italy
Pittormie Castle, Scotland
Pointe du Hoc, Normandy
Poland
Port Meirion, North Wales
Portugal
Prague, Czech Republic
Provence, France
Pyla-sur-Mer, SW France
Pyrenees
Rail Europe
Rhodes Island, Greece
Riviera di Ulisse, Italy
Romania
Rome 1; Rome 2
Rouen, France
Saint-Émilion, SW France
Salzburg, Austria
Saxony, Germany
Scotland 1; Scotland 2
Slovenia
Southern England
Southern France
Southern Italy
Spain (Edible Books)
Spello, Italy
Stockholm, Sweden
St. Petersburg
Sutri, Lazio, Italy
Switzerland
The Ritz, London
Toledo, Spain
Turkey
Tuscany
Tuscany and Umbria
Valencia, Spain
Vatican Museums
Vicenza, Italy
Vienna 1; Vienna 2
Wales
Wimbledon
Yaroslavl, Russia
Yorkminster, England
Zurich

TravelingBoy's 3 things About Kaua'i
...we didn't know about
KAUA'I

What do visitors do for fun in KAUA'I?

location map of Kaua'i and flag of Hawai'i

This installment of THREE THINGS is courtesy of Sue Kanoho, executive director, Kauai Visitors Bureau.

Hanalei Lookout (photo credit: Kauai Visitors Bureau/Kicka Witte)
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John Clayton's travel blog/review
Wonders Abound in Britain's Channel Islands – Visit Sark and Hear About its Unusual German Occupation in WW2

Les Autelets, Sark, Channel Islands
The one memory that still resonates with me about the Dame of Sark concerns the local guide who met our boat at Sark's small jetty harbor back in the late 1940s. He immediately launched into an almost theatrical performance about the Dame and, with much glee, intense pride and excitement, told us how she had outsmarted the Germans during their occupation in WW2.

Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination Bosnia: Bird's-Eye Views from Sarajevo's Yellow Fortress (Dispatch #3)

the Seville Cathedral

The Palladian Traveler lowers his head, leans forward and climbs above the crowd to frame a few panoramic shots of Sarajevo, then rewards himself with more mouth-watering Bosnian cuisine.

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Ed Boitano's travel blog/review
In Search of the Elusive Devil’s Hole Pupfish

Devil's Hole Pupfish
The blistering Southern California sun blazed down on our car as we skirted across the Mojave Desert. Deeper and deeper we drove into the barren landscape where all forms of precipitation had been sucked dry by centuries of unforgiving heat and aridity. With my brother behind the wheel, I stared out the window at scorching valleys, dry lake beds and multicolored rock layers.

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Greg Aragon's travel blog/review
Walking in the Boot Steps of Bakersfield, Merle Haggard and The Padre Hotel

Merle Haggard

After the recent passing of country music great Merle Haggard, I decided to take a trip to his hometown of Bakersfield / Oildale, CA to see where it all started for him and learn more the rich history of the region. It was also a chance to stay at the legendary Padre Hotel, which like Merle, has become an iconic figure in the area.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination Bosnia: Surprising Sarajevo – Dinner in Grandma's Kitchen (Dispatch #2)

the Seville Cathedral

The Palladian Traveler touches down in Sarajevo and wastes no time in foraging for food. He strikes gold at an authentic Bosnian kitchen tucked inside a 15th century Ottoman bazaar.

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John Clayton's travel blog/review
Sark is THE Island to Visit When Traveling to England's Channel Islands

one of the Headlands in Sark
They're arguably one of the most beautiful – and certainly most scenic – tourist destinations in the United Kingdom. Yet they're also so far off the radar of many Americans, they're never visited. Which is almost a tragedy, because they're not only intriguing, they're also a microcosm of England itself. Add in they were occupied by the Nazis' in WW2, and you've got even more reasons to visit.

Fyllis Hockman's travel blog/review
Curacao: Animal Encounters of the Best Kind

writer with a dolphin at Curacao
Their bodies were sleek and graceful, the skin soft to the touch, their demeanor welcoming even if a bit skeptical. Still, they were more used to this than I was. But I spread my arms out as instructed and flapped them in the water. Romeo and Paski, two of my dolphin snorkeling companions, then swam under my outstretched limbs, and we laid back into the water as though sunbathing.

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Eric Anderson's travel blog/review
Vienna: The City That Endures

the Winter and Summer Palaces of the Habsburgs, Vienna
Asked what makes her city special, Eva Draxler, a spokesperson for the Vienna Tourist Board replies, "We're known as the city world-wide with the best quality of living." She may have a bias, of course, but she's quoting the annual global survey by Mercer Human Resource Consulting that compares cities to create profiles for international companies.

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Terry Cassel's travel blog
Trump and Clinton March On

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Trump is so profoundly unpopular among every important voting bloc that he could get blown out and destroy the Republican Party. Republicans must rebuild anyway with just Trump or Cruz available to be their presidential nominee, neither remotely qualified for the job. This puts the Democrats in a position not only to handily win the presidency, but to sweep a number of “down ticket” elections – House, Senate, and local statewide races.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination: Bosnia and the Dalmatian Riviera (Dispatch #1)

Insight Vacations brochure

The Palladian Traveler has packed his bags and is all set to rejoin the intrepid "band of merry media" on an eight-day Insight Vacations' journey through Bosnia Herzegovina and Croatia.

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Skip Kaltenheuser's travel article
Roadside Attraction Postcards from Washington, DC: Musings on an Election When It Might Finally Hit the Fan

Sunrise on the Potomac

Greetings from Washington, DC! Tasked with castaway political thoughts for this photo essay, I see the real roadside attractions looming large are the presidential contenders. There's peril waxing wise in this arena. Look back to the starting gate. How silly the oracles' certitudes look now. So this political meander is of quick and dirty drive-by shootings. Allow me to lean on a few prior scribbles with shelf life to flesh my points out.

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Tim Mattox's travel article
An Evening with Janiva Magness: Love Wins Again

Janiva Magness CD cover

The last thing a former Lost Angelinian misses after almost 20 years gone is the congested freeways and the angst associated with navigating through the city limits. So when my friend, Jocelynn invited me to come back to town to see a show, I was less than enthusiastic. When she added it was a special performance by Janiva Magness and the release of her new chart-climbing CD, Love Wins Again, I was in the car and headed up the 405 before she received my 'Oh, hell yeah!' response.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Iberian Adventure: Savoring Seville as We Wave Adiós (Dispatch #14)

flamenco dancers in Seville

A twilight carriage ride, a fiery flamenco show and tasty tapas await The Palladian Traveler in Seville, Spain as he files his final dispatch in the "Iberian Adventure" travel series. Vamonos!

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Richard Carroll's travel blog/review
Lift a Fork in Puerto Vallarta

xecutive Chef Fred Ruiz at CasaMagna Marriott's La Estancia restaurant, Puerto Vallarta

Along the gorgeous sweep of coastline in the heart of Puerto Vallarta, where upscale haciendas cling to the cliffs by their colorful tiles, enchanting five-star hotels are interspersed with a splendid collection of notable restaurants that long have been haunted by gourmands in search of creative tables. Some of the finest chefs both in Mexico and worldwide have answered the call of Vallarta and brought their skills to this verdant slice of tropical paradise overlooking a broad sweep of Banderas Bay whose waters teem with an incredible medley of seafaring creatures waiting to be brought to the table.

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John Clayton's travel blog/review
A Steam Train Ride from Yesteryear – Enjoy It in Great Britain!

British steam train
The rolling, riveting railway – yes, come along with me as we board a magical means of transportation from yesteryear – with its giant wheels that were often taller than the many small boys who stood and stared at its galaxy of pistons, rods, levers and other tiny inter-connecting "things," here was an enormous piece of finely crafted machinery of steel and iron called a steam engine.

Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Iberian Adventure: Can't We All Just Get Along in Córdoba? (Dispatch #13)

inside the the Mezquita-Catedral, Cordoba

The Palladian Traveler finds himself at a crossroad, where Moorish meets Christian art and architecture, as he files his 13th dispatch from inside Spain's iconic Mezquita of Córdoba.

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Greg Aragon's travel blog/review
Orvis – A Traveler's Best Friend

Orvis sun hat, safari shirt and bison leather backpack on a traveler

There is nothing like traveling with the proper gear. Whether it's comfortable walking boots, a sturdy, wide brimmed sun hat, a cool safari shirt, or a luxurious, yet practical backpack, the sights and sounds of a new destination are easier to absorb when one is prepared. This is why I love Orvis.

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Ed Boitano's travel blog/review
On the Tracks with Eurail: A Personal Journey of Discovery

Eurail train and Polish countryside
The sound of the tracks were calming as my railway car glided effortlessly through central Poland’s breathtaking countryside. A nation with a history of great turbulence, Poland’s flat landscape and proximity in the middle of Europe – where east meets west – made it a convenient gateway for a seemingly endless array of past conquerors. From my train window I could see where Hitler’s Nazi Army blitzed into the countryside, and later where Stalin’s Red Army returned the favor as his troops marched towards the defeat of Nazi Germany.

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Eavesdropping on John and Larry
A podcast by Traveling Boy's own John Clayton

Did you ever want to eavesdrop on a really interesting conversation – on things, subjects and people you can relate to because you've been there and done that? Come and eavesdrop on John and Larry. You’ll hear the British point of view (and accent) from London-born John Clayton (and no, he never went to Downton Abbey!) and then the American viewpoint (and accent!) of US born Larry Mauro.

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Who Invented It?

Do you know what Absinthe, the Y vegetable peeler and the world's longest tunnel have in common? Fondue, chocolate, watches, Victorinox army knives and Ricola might be the things that come to mind first when you hear "Swiss Inventions", but there are more examples of Swiss ingenuity...

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Moving Forward
By Gary Szenderski

Take a listen please and let us know your thoughts. It's about change and life and making the right decisions to move each of us from where we are to where we want to be.

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Follow Traveler Richard Bangs on His Soulful Journeys Around the Globe


How to Do New Zealand's South Island in 2 Weeks
Courtesy Caroline Morse, SmarterTravel Staff

New Zealand's South Island might not seem that big, but it's actually the 12th largest island in the world. Not only is it the bigger of the country's two main islands, but it's punctuated with winding two-lane highways that can slow you down considerably.

It's easy to look at a map and think you can get from one area to another in just an hour or so, but in reality it's likely to take much longer. So, unless you've got unlimited vacation time (and if you do, I want your job), you're going to have to narrow down your trip to the highlights. Here's what to see and where to stay if you have two weeks to explore New Zealand's South Island.

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The Best National Parks for Each Season


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On the Road: Saving Face
by Ruth J. Katz

During my last long-leg flight home from Eastern Europe, compounded in duration by first having to travel on a short hop to a gateway city (and as any seasoned traveler knows, it's not the flight itself that is the bummer...

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Montreal in Two Minutes


Paris, London & Berlin

Yes. Berlin. Germany’s ever-changing capital city has surpassed Rome as the third top European destination for travelers to the continent. The city’s new 365/24 campaign of endless things to see and do 24 hrs a day underscores Berlin’s attractiveness as a place for culture, experiences and events. It is now a four-season destination with something for everyone every day of the year.


Vancouver is an "A-Lister" in Hollywood

Lights, camera, action! This past year was a busy one for Vancouver as it shone its way to earning a Hollywood star. As the third-largest film production centre in North America, Vancouver recorded 353 productions in 2015 alone – a record-setting year for the city’s thriving film industry.


7 Travel Backpacks That Will Never Go Out of Style

From the stylishly minimal to all the bells and whistles, here are the top backpacks for every traveler.

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Take a Virtual Tour of Switzerland


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10 Dangerous Places We Still Have on Our Bucket List


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Worldwide Vacation Rankings

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15 Unfriendliest Cities in America


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Things You Should Never Pack on Vacation

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Deb's poetry break

The World
Is A Beautiful Place
by Lawrence Ferlinghetti

The world is a beautiful place
to be born into
if you don't mind happiness
not always being
so very much fun
if you don't mind a touch of hell
now and then
just when everything is fine
because even in heaven
they don't sing
all the time

The world is a beautiful place
to be born into
if you don't mind some people dying
all the time
or maybe only starving
some of the time
which isn't half bad
if it isn't you

Oh the world is a beautiful place
to be born into
if you don't much mind
a few dead minds
in the higher places
or a bomb or two
now and then
in your upturned faces
or such other improprieties
as our Name Brand society
is prey to
with its men of distinction
and its men of extinction
and its priests
and other patrolmen

and its various segregations
and congressional investigations
and other constipations
that our fool flesh
is heir to

Yes the world is the best place of all
for a lot of such things as
making the fun scene
and making the love scene
and making the sad scene
and singing low songs and having inspirations
and walking around
looking at everything
and smelling flowers
and goosing statues
and even thinking
and kissing people and
making babies and wearing pants
and waving hats and
dancing
and going swimming in rivers
on picnics
in the middle of the summer
and just generally
'living it up'
Yes
but then right in the middle of it
comes the smiling
mortician

Send Deb your favorite travel poems.



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Cajun Gumbo

Cajun Gumbo

In 1979, when Chef Paul Prudhomme and his late wife, K, opened their unpretentious, 62-seat K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen in New Orleans' historic French Quarter, they had no idea the restaurant was soon to become a world sensation. Most importantly, Mr. Prudhomme put on the map his own personal blend of Cajun and Creole culinary delights, which he simply called Louisiana cooking. With Mardi Gras around the corner, who else but Chef Paul Prudhomme could be the definitive source for a traditional Cajun Gumbo.

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Maracaibo, Venezuela
Amazon Adventure
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ASIA
Camiguin Island, Philippines
Cappadocia
Caramoan, Philippines
China
China Photos
Corregidor Island
Emirates Airlines
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Iligan City, Philippines
Japan 1; Japan 2
Jalalabad, Afghanistan
Jalalabad Photos
Kabul, Afghanistan
Kabul Photos 1; Kabul Photos 2
Krabi, Thailand 1; Krabi, Thailand 2
Langkawi, Malaysia
Mumbai, India
Nepal
Petra, Jordan
Philippine Dolphins
Qufu, China
Taiwan
Taj Mahal, India
Terra Cotta Warriors, China
Thailand 1; Thailand 2
Yangtze River, China


AFRICA
Morocco
Namibia 1; Namibia 2; Namibia 3
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AUSTRALIA/OCEANIA
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New South Wales, Australia
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ANTARCTICA
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Traveling Blues Features (partial list) – blues aficionado Tim Mattox writes about the blues:
Honeyboy Edwards
John Hammond
Field Hollers
Eddie Vinson
Willie Dixon
Mark Hummel & the Blues Survivors
John Mayall
Lowell George (Little Feat)
BB King
Johnny Winter
Joe Bonamassa
Preston Smith
Rory Block
Mick Taylor
Dennis Jones
Rod Piazza
Buddy Guy
Pinetop Perkins
The Blues & Lives Well-Lived
Promise of the Real/Lukas Nelson
Jimmy Carl Black
Stephen Stills
Otis Rush
Little Walter
Johnny Otis
Kinsey, Perkins & Sumlin
Charlie Musselwhite
Phil Gates
JW Jones
Billy Watson
Kim Simmonds (Savoy Brown)
'Iceman' Albert Collins
Lightnin' Malcolm
Nathan James
The 44's
Anthony Gomes

Travel Humor (partial list) – a collection of jokes (with bits of travel adventures) from graphics artist Raoul Pascual:
Can You Get Married in Heaven?
3 Men, 3 Women and 3 Bears
Dangerous Snake
The Truth About Reindeer
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