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Traveling Ted is a blog that takes readers along on my adventures hiking, canoeing, skiing, and international backpacking. Many blogs focus on one aspect of backpacking, but I tackle both the outdoor adventure side and international exploration as well.


Acadia Maine

Acadian Nature Cruises boat tour

Another beautiful fall day greeted a group of tourists who boarded Acadian Nature Cruises for a boat tour. We set out into Frenchman Bay in search of wildlife and scenic views of Acadia National Park. We would not be disappointed. Related: Captain Jack will get you lobsters tonight Getting on board The boat is a […]

Stansted Airport London

6 Suggestions for Saving Money on Holidays

It’s so important to take a vacation and get away every now and then. For a number of people, though, taking a vacation can seem like a pricey event. This isn’t how it has to be. Saving money on holidays is very possible. Here are several suggestions. Don’t pay airline fees Some airlines charge you […]

Canoe poling

Allagash River canoe poling workshop

On an Allagash River adventure, we took time out at one campsite near the end of the trip, to get a quick lesson on canoe poling. Our guide for the trip, Chip Cochrane from Allagash Canoe Trips, is a canoe poling legend. He has dominated the world of competitive poling for over twenty years according […]

ABR Backwoods retreat

Perfect snow at ABR Ski Trails

The cross-country ski season is quite short. Late December through early March goes by quick for Nordic ski enthusiasts. The quality of the snow during this period is not always ideal. When you get the perfect snow conditions on a great trail system, it makes for a memorable day. This combination happens often at the […]

Culinary tour of Las Vegas

Iconic Activities To Do In Vegas

Few more places on earth are as storied and iconic as America’s playground.  People in the mood for adventure, fun, and a little risk will love the desert city of Las Vegas, NV.  It’s the town everyone should visit at least once in their life and almost everyone goes back three or four times more. […]