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Staying Adventurous with Craig Zabransky

Come along for the adventure, and learn that the mantra "stay adventurous" is not just the mindset for travel, but the mindset for life. On this show, host Craig Zabransky will bring to life the world's destinations and show them to you through a different lens. He shares his thoughts to invoke emotion in your heart and soul as he inspires us to take and make adventure in our lives. Each episode includes; thoughts on the destination, recaps of his adventures, live interviews with locals and tourism operators, travel tips for the destination, and a special mindset moment (souvenir) we can all take home with us. Let's all hop onboard for some Travels with Z (for Zabransky) and remember to stay adventurous in life. Find more of Craig's adventures at his website: http://www.stayadventurous.com/
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Aug 26, 2015

Come along with Craig Zabransky of StayAdventurous.com for an Adventure in the Adirondacks. On his travels through the six million acres of forever wilderness located in northern New York, he learns about the region by experiencing its offerings first hand.

Listen in as he describes his first fly fishing experience, takes a sunset boat ride, hikes to the top of Mt Arab and its restored fire tower, discovers a new definition of museum, and more.

He talks with his tour guides, local operators and also gets the take of two fellow bloggers who joined him on this adventure. As always he will leave listeners with important travel tips to the destination and give them his special take home souvenir with the "Stay Adventurous Mindset Moment." Remember: Stay adventurous is a mindset for travel; a mindset for life.

This was Craig’s third trip to the Adirondacks and will not be his last. His love for New York continues to grow and on this trip he covered so much, he decided to create two episodes, so stay tuned for more Adirondacks coverage later this year.

 

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