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GADLING'S TAKE FIVE: Week of October 8
5. Dying to Travel:
If avian flu and pandemic disease worry you dare not look at this plug on the interactive risk maps based off the Maplecroft Avian Influenza Risk Index. They might just reveal that avian flu is closer to you than you think. Or you could just be paranoid.
4. Miracle Camping Tub:
Not going to lie - I want one of these. While trying to help his own friend's overcome some of their camping woes like showering and staying clean, he points us to a spectacular $6,000 gear piece called the Dutchtub and helps all and anyone out that has $6,000 bucks to spend on the equipment. Until that day arrives for me, bird baths it is!
3. Hidden Gems: Crazy Horse:
The Crazy Horse Memorial found in South Dakota's Black Hills isn't the most hidden of gems and I'm sure you may have heard of it at some point in your life, but have you been? If your answer is no then my question is what on Earth are you waiting for? Check out this Native American great in this Hidden Gems review.
2. Slum Tourism:
Some of us avoid slums by all means while others are out with video cam in tow. Could touring someone's poverty stricken life be the latest in tourist trends or a insensitive means of dropping in and getting out when things get too real, too terrible, and too poor? Check out the story Erik directs us to and see what side of the picket-fence you're on.
1. French Say NON! to Smoking in Public Places:
I think this one says it all! Cheers to good health prevailing! But, oh, yes, there is that part of French culture you have to worry about as Erik mentions in his blurb, that one must think about and hope isn't necessarily ruined by the no smoking in public places rule. I think it's marvelous and the French, they'll be okay.