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Published By Todd Lucier on February 19th, 2007 in Edge Insider
I just returned from a trip to
Now for those of you that have not been to Vegas- I believe it is ‘Walt Disney World’ for adults- bright lights, gambling, naked women and booze. In my mind it is the epitome of North American gluttony. So how does this fit into outdoor experiences? Well in the presence of all of this excess I was thinking- is my dream for a healthy plant a lost cause? How can you ever convince a population of people who participate in such greedy consumerism to be contentious of their impact on the environment and grateful for the natural gifts that sustain them? The city is so removed from the natural environment- geez they even have fake birds singing on the street!
What does this have to do with experiences in
My conclusion? Instead of visiting Vegas visit a park- any park local, provincial, national….it is definitely cheaper and the experience is priceless!