Scouting

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Page: 122

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Published by the Boy Scouts of America for all BSA registered adult volunteers and professionals, Scouting magazine offers editorial content that is a mixture of information, instruction, and inspiration, designed to strengthen readers' abilities to better perform their leadership roles in Scouting and also to assist them as parents in strengthening families.

Ports on the South Atlantic Coast of the United States

Morehead City, N.C., Brunswick, Ga., Port Everglades, Fla., Georgetown, S.C., Fernadina, Fla., Miami, Fla., Palm Beach, Fla

Author: United States. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors

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Category: Harbors

Page: 147

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Bed, Breakfast & Bike Northeast

Author: Cynthia Reeder

Publisher: Cycling Guidebook Series

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Category: Bed and breakfast accommodations

Page: 337

View: 203

The Mississippi River is one of the most romanticized transportation corridors in America. And with good reason - its storied banks are home to heavy industry, rich farmland, thriving cities, and stately plantations. It also provides the backbone for a 1,300-mile inn-to-inn tour between New Orleans and St. Louis, which is featured in this book, as is an exhaustive guide to cycling the Natchez Trace.

Insiders' Guide to North Carolina's Southern Coast and Wilmington

Author: Linda Grattafiori

Publisher: Insiders' Guide

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Category: Travel

Page: 502

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Explore Wilmington, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina and Kure Beaches, The South Brunswick Islands, Topsail Island and more. This book offers tourists and newcomers rich culture, incredible golf, history, magnificent natural beauty, and unspoiled beaches.

Atlantic Coast

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Category: Atlantic Coast (France)

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USA

Author: James Lyon

Publisher: Lonely Planet

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Category: Travel

Page: 1185

View: 506

This insightful, all-USA guide provides thorough coverage of all 50 states-and not just the main tourist spots. A one-stop source for any adventurous traveller, Lonely Planet's USA guide offers invaluable pre-trip planning advice as well as itinerary suggestions, distance charts, and 120 maps that highlight places of interest and alternative methods for reaching them. Accommodation advice considers a range of budgets and always with an eye for the best value. Offbeat, out-of-the-way possibilities, together with considered destination specific options, contribute to making this a must have resource for any traveller to the United States.

Canada - Travel Guide

Author: Chris Swiac

Publisher: Fodors Travel Publications

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Category: Travel

Page: 958

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Describes points of interest in each region of the country, recommends restaurants and hotels, and includes information on shopping and entertainment

North Carolina's Central Coast

And New Bern

Author: Vina Hutchinson-Farmer

Publisher: Insiders' Guide

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Category: Travel

Page: 492

View: 906

Written by local authors who can offer a unique perspective on each area, this series of regional travel guides furnishes detailed information on hotels, restaurants, annual events, festivals, local attractions, nightlife, parks and recreation, and more, along with numerous photographs, maps, comprehensive indexes, and thumb tabs for quick reference.

The American Bicycle Atlas

Author: Dave Gilbert

Publisher: E P Dutton

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Category: History

Page: 271

View: 278

Describes and maps out nearly one hundred bicycle trips in the continental U.S. and offers suggestions on bicycle touring and safety

Mountain Biking Washington/Baltimore

An Atlas of the Washington/Baltimore Area's Greatest Off-Road Bicycle Ride

Author: Scott Adams

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Category: Baltimore (Md.)

Page: 182

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