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Joining the Explorers Club

My Son has been talking about looking into joining  the Northern  California Branch of  the club.  Appears its a national organization.  He…

Started by Rick Hipkins

1 Dec 6, 2015
Reply by Rick Hipkins

The Next Great Expedition!

I'm new to The Art of Manliness and as I was reviewing the listings of the various groups I could join, the Explorer's group immediately ca…

Started by Charlie DelPino

5 Jun 26, 2015
Reply by John K. Patterson

Planning to visit Cameroon in a year or two...

Greetings, everyone. I hope you are well. I am putting together some long-term plans to visit Cameroon in Central Africa, perhaps in late 2…

Started by John K. Patterson

0 Jun 26, 2015

James Cameron's dive into Challenger Deep

Maybe James Cameron will be more known for future generations for these stunts rathern than for his films http://news.nationalgeographic.co

Started by Henrique Vilhena

0 Mar 28, 2012

We Are the Explorers

What do you guys think of this Nasa promotional video? I like the fact that it is narrated by none other than Optimus Prime.

Started by Henrique Vilhena

1 Mar 4, 2012
Reply by Charlie DelPino

Favorite Explorers

Mine are James Cook, Bartolomeu Dias and Jacques Cousteau. What are yours?

Started by Henrique Vilhena

3 Sep 30, 2011
Reply by Bryan Lee Sammis

No risk taking society

I'm starting this group with the a question to its first members. Do you guys think that we live in a society that's too risk free? Do you…

Started by Henrique Vilhena

4 Sep 30, 2011
Reply by Bryan Lee Sammis

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