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April 4, 2012

Introducing a new series : Vagabonding Field Reports

We here at Vagabonding hope that everyone is enjoying our exciting new crop of regular contributors!

Whether it’s traveling with children, starting off on a first adventure, or learning how to make a living with a guitar, we’re showing that anyone can break the mold. As I to alluded back in January, we’ve got more in store for our growing community of long-term travelers.

Starting this Saturday, we will be introducing a new series of currently traveling vagabonders, sharing their current experiences out and about in the world. Through their Field Reports, you’ll find out what the cost of living is in Argentina, the weirdest thing seen in Paris, or what a typical day in Thailand might be like.

In addition to our excellent regular weekly contributors, we hope that our Field Reports will inspire, educate, and reassure anyone thinking about taking a long break from a routine life to explore their world. This new series will run twice every Saturday!

Please give them a great big welcome in the weeks to come!

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4 Responses to “Introducing a new series : Vagabonding Field Reports”

  1. Chris Plough Says:

    Hey everyone! Just wanted to say hi :)

    I’m fortunate to be a part of the Field Reporter group, among some very cool travelers! I can’t wait to read their experiences and share some of my own – good, bad and embarrassing. Until then, have fun!

    –Chris

  2. A new vagabonding field reporter « 40, and now? Says:

    […] thanks to Rolf Potts for his very inspiring book and website, and to Ted Beatie who manage vagabonding field reports. Soon my first article. If for some reason you want more of my travel reports, this is my travels […]

  3. Sono un vagabondo! | i viaggi di clach Says:

    […] a Rolf Potts per il suo libro e sito che ha ispirato tanti viaggiatori, e a Ted Beatie che gestisce la sezione di Vagabonding “field reports”, la versione moderna di “le ultime dai […]

  4. Rolf Potts Says:

    Welcome, everyone! I look forward to your dispatches…

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