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Mongolia. Seriously. The Day After.


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A friend of a friend of J.'s emailed me a link to your story and I am hanging on every word--this is great stuff and I really am rooting for you to get this published--the pictures alone are fabulous.

I agree completely, except that, in a way, it's already published, right here.

I think it would be a cinch to get it published in a traditional paper form, though.

Michael aka "Pan"

 

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Vengroff, McDowell, sure you can find an eagle or two pretty much anywhere, but you can only find Eagle Hunter in Mongolia. And let me assure you, I've seen a preview, and you have no idea what you're in for with Eagle Hunter.  :shock:

I can't wait. Bring it on, Ellen!

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This trip was a Delia's deal no one should miss!

Can't wait for Part 4.

Coincidentally, National Geographic's latest issue contains a story on Mongolia, but yours is better.

--mh

--mark

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Just loving this!

Truly some balls-to-the-wall, close-to-the-ground, way-off-the-road professional quality travelling. And great pictures.

I can smell the room in some of the photos.

Great work!

So, are you gonna do a ACT: Mongolia episode next season?

Or is getting lost in the middle of the gobi looking for someone to serve you marmots even too scary for you? :laugh:

But then again, the no veggie diet is right up your alley though, I guess.

Jason Perlow

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