To make SMEs more aware of how to capitalise on the business opportunities in guided slow adventure experiences the partners undertook secondary research to better understand the potential consumers of a slow adventure – these were ...
Author: Jelena Farkić
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
The Adventure Tourist: Being, Knowing, Becoming responds to the requirements of the outdoor adventure industry today and considers how engagement with theory can inform, challenge and support real-world scenarios in this sector.
With the emphasis on experiencing, rather than simply passing through, Slow Adventures asks us to pause for a moment and reconnect with nature.
Author: Tor McIntosh
Publisher: National Trust
Why rush through life when you could stop, ponder and truly experience the world around you? This unhurried exploration of the great outdoors encourages you to engage all of your senses and fully appreciate the beauty of your surroundings. With the emphasis on experiencing, rather than simply passing through, Slow Adventures asks us to pause for a moment and reconnect with nature. Try willow weaving in Somerset, rock pooling in East Sussex, wild camping in Cambridgeshire, foraging in Herefordshire, spoon carving in Cumbria, fossil hunting in Yorkshire, lino printing in Monmouthshire, bushcraft in Northumberland, sea kayaking in Inverness-shire and many more memorable experiences. These immersive adventures will awaken your senses, revive your spirits and allow you to make the most of your time in our glorious countryside.
Slow-Roasted. Cherry. Tomatoes. and. Roasted. Tomatillo. Salsa. This. recipe. calls. for. my. favorite. preservation. method. ever —that's slow-roasting cherry tomatoes. I add a roasted tomatillo salsa for dipping the quesadillas, ...
Author: Eva Kosmas Flores
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
The popular food blogger covers everything from essential skills to innovative recipes that “will satisfy the cravings of chicken lovers” (Library Journal). Chicken is the most popular meat in the world and can be easily adapted to almost any cuisine, from rustic Italian dishes to Asian-inspired curries. Still, it can be challenging to think of new ways to cook the same old wings or chicken thighs. Enter Eva Kosmas Flores, creator of the acclaimed blog Adventures in Cooking, with 150 recipes that transform chicken into something bold, new and delectable. This is a book for avid home cooks who want to push their cooking to the next level with the best versions of classics like Chicken Marsala with Balsamic Caramelized Onions and Pork Belly or innovative temptations such as Korean Barbecue Drumsticks with Ginger-Pear Sauce. There are sections on chicken cooking techniques, how to make perfect stock, and more, making this an indispensable guide for poultry lovers everywhere.
On the topic of going slow, there is really no better person for me to introduce you to than my friend Brooke McAlary. Brooke is the host of a podcast called The Slow Home. She has also written a book called Slow, as well as a previous ...
Author: Cait Flanders
Publisher: Hachette UK
Opt out of expectations and live a more intentional life with this refreshing guide from the national bestselling author of The Year of Less. We all follow our own path in life. At least, that's what we're told. In reality, many of us either do what is expected of us, or follow the invisible but well-worn paths that lead to what is culturally acceptable. For some, those paths are fine -- even great. But they leave some of us feeling disconnected from ourselves and what we really want. When that discomfort finally outweighs the fear of trying something new, we're ready to opt out. After going through this process many times, Cait Flanders found there is an incredible parallel between taking a different path in life and the psychological work it takes to summit a mountain -- especially when you decide to go solo. In Adventures in Opting Out, she offers a trail map to help you with both. As you'll see, reaching the first viewpoint can be easy -- and it offers a glimpse of what you're walking toward. Climbing to the summit for the full view is worth it. But in the space between those two peaks you will enter a world completely unknown to you, and that is the most difficult part of the path to navigate. With Flanders's guidance and advice, drawn from her own journey and stories of others, you'll have all the encouragement and insight you'll need to take the path less traveled and create the life you want. Just step up to the trailhead and expect it to be an adventure.
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Author: Dale Dubin
Publisher: Cover Publishing Company
A "consilience" or confluence of ionic-molecular knowledge from many research disciplines correlated into a grand-unifying, functional model of cardiac physiology modulated by the autonomic nervous system.
This is particularly evident in the allusions to Mr . Gordon Cumming , the Lion of the times , and to the slow adventures of the British Museum Catalogues . Amongst the Panoramas of the day , the visitor to the metropolis should not ...
Road narrows ahead Slow down . - Give way . Railway crossing without a gate - Slow down . - Make sure there is no train passing before you go . Roadway narrows ahead The road ahead is narrow . - Slow down and give way to oncoming ...
Publisher: Hup Lick Publishing (M) S/B
Slow Otter and the other three females were able to catch their own. They soon became proficient at jumping to the edge of the tanks, balancing, and whipping out with their paws as much fish as they needed.
Author: Colin Dann
Publisher: Random House
Category: Juvenile Fiction
There had always been otters in the stream running through Farthing Wood - and that had never been a problem for the other animals before: both sets of animals were happy to leave each other alone. But when there is a shortage of fish in the stream, the otters take to coming ashore for new prey - and that is a problem. Suddenly, the Farthing Wood animals have to compete for food - and they don't like it. Lean Vixen and the others are determined not to starve, and that means deciding on a plan to drive the otters out once and for all . . .
A vague suggestion of movement came to her from the dark well of the tower stair—a dull, slow, scraping sound that came up and with moments of silence in between. There was no glimmer of light as she looked through the key-hole, ...
Author: Warwick Deeping
Musaicum Books presents this meticulously edited collection is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: Novels: Uther and Igraine Love Among the Ruins The Slanderers The Seven Streams Bess of the Woods A Woman's War Bertrand of Brittany Mad Barbara (These White Hands) The Red Saint The Pride of Eve King Behind The King (The Shield of Love) Apples of Gold The Secret Sanctuary (The Saving of John Stretton) Sorrell and Son Doomsday Kitty Old Pybus Roper's Row Exiles The Road (The Ten Commandments) Old Wine and New The Challenge of Love (Sincerity) Smith The Eyes of Love (Fox Farm) Two Black Sheep Seven Men Came Back The Man on the White Horse Valour Sackcloth into Silk (The Golden Cord) The White Gate No Hero—This Blind Man's Year The Woman at the Door The Malice of Men Shabby Summer (Folly Island) The Man Who Went Back The Dark House Mr Gurney and Mr Slade (The Cleric's Secret) The Impudence of Youth Laughing House Man in Chains Caroline Terrace Slade Short Stories: Countess Glika and Other Stories: Countess Glika The Red Shirt The Girl on the Mountain The Lady of the Terrace Bitter Silence The Short Stories of Warwick Deeping: Wilmer's Wife Two Men The Pool of the Satyr Old Fagus That Vulgar Person The Immortals The Harmless Satyr Silver's Bus Poet and Peasant Gustave Sand Dunes The First Wrinkle Shipwreck and a Shrew Caliban Noise Six Months to Live Sennen Climbs a Wall Rachel in Search of Reality Ridicule The Great Saaba Bridge The Blue Tulip A Red Blind The Three Trees The Red Van Stockings Sappho The Black Cat The Other Woman About It? Contraband Heritage Discord Restitution At "The Golden Palace" The Hesperides Elizabeth The Man Who Came Back The Child Paternity The Strange Case of Sybil Carberry The Cave Precious Stones Barron's Broken Head In the Snow Laughing Sickness The Man with the Red Tie Escape The Sand-pit The Liars The Broken Violin The Son Two in a Train and Other Stories: Two in a Train The Rainbow The Madness of Professor Pye Lucky Ship A Waxwork Sow Compassion Francois Jack and Andrew Out of the Sea…
In Sugata the slow motion shot has a minimal relationship to the surrounding material. In Seven Samurai the slow motion is an integral part of the structure. The editing weaves it into an extended relation of counterpoint across the ...
Author: Yvonne Tasker
Category: Performing Arts
This exciting collection addresses action and adventure from the silent to the contemporary period exploring diverse questions of aesthetics, industry and ideology. Action has established itself as one of the leading commercial genres of the New Hollywood cinema, generating extensive debate in the process. Contributors consider how action might best be defined, how it has developed historically, and how it works formally. The critical reception and standing of action and adventure cinema is considered in relation to questions of national culture, violence and the 'art' of cinema. Themes explored include genre and definitions; early action, sensation and melodrama; authorship and action; national and transnational action-adventure traditions; action aesthetics; spectacle and narrative; stars and bodies; class; gender; race and ethnicity. Attempting to evaluate the significance of this type of filmmaking for both popular cinema and film studies, the book underlines the central place of action and adventure within film history.