Scott Stoll logo world traveler. A bicycle wheel and the globe symbolizes Scott's journey around the world on a bicycle.

Photographer

Adventures where the photographer documents the world. We also include filmmakers in the category.

adventures before social media
Guest Adventures

Adventures before the era of blogs

When Scott’s first adventure-travel website, theArgonauts.com, came online in 1999, our vision was to give adventurers a forum to share their adventures in real-time — as they were happening!

Dolly Sods Wilderness panorama. Flowing boulders in the foreground followed by rows of pine trees, mountains and clouds.
Guest Adventures

Old friends never die

A heart-warming story about how our true friends never leave us even when they take that last great adventure into the sky.

Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park
Guest Adventures

Exploring Yellowstone, Hiking Glacier, and the Unexpected In-Between

A six-day road trip to Wyoming and Montana delivered much more than the landmarks… Editor’s Note: Before the word “blog” even existed, Mark Loftin was an adventurer and contributor to our website. 17 years later, I’m glad to see he hasn’t lost his adventurous spirit. In this post, Mark discovers an unexpected theme to his

The "How's it going" Dream Workshop station with facilitators and children.
Books

The Dream Club

We tested the Dream Playbook in over a dozen schools. We called it our “Dream Workshop” but it was so much fun that the students called it “The Dream Club.”

Tibet pictorial Loren Brown 08
Guest Adventures

Tibet Photo Pictorial

Editor’s Note: These photographs may look old-fashioned now, but when we first started posting photos most images were scanned in from film negatives, which has a very different color gamut than digital, and the resolution on the internet was very poor. Images needed to be only a few kilobytes so that you could download them

Griffin-headed capital, Parsa (Persepolis).
Guest Adventures

Iran Photo Pictorial

Editor’s Note: These photographs may look old-fashioned now, but when we first started posting photos most images were scanned in from film negatives, which has a very different color gamut than digital, and the resolution on the internet was very poor. Images needed to be only a few kilobytes so that you could download them

Pyramid of Kukulcan
Guest Adventures

Yucatán Peninsula Pictorial

The Yucatán Peninsula is more than a vacation destination. Discover the remains of one of the greatest cultures on Earth — the Mayans. It is a land rich in culture and interest and pyramids that rival Egypt.

Pictorial Cheryl Friedman 09 hotdog man
Guest Adventures

The Faces of Everyday Life

Editor’s Note: These photographs may look old-fashioned now, but when we first started posting photos most images were scanned in from film negatives, which has a very different color gamut than digital, and the resolution on the internet was very poor. Images needed to be only a few kilobytes so that you could download them

Sunrise in the desert of Namibia.
Guest Adventures

Africa Photo Pictorial

Editor’s Note: These photographs may look old-fashioned now, but when we first started posting photos most images were scanned in from film negatives, which has a very different color gamut than digital, and the resolution on the internet was very poor. Images needed to be only a few kilobytes so that you could download them

Seated Buddha.
Guest Adventures

Thai Photo Pictorial

Editor’s Note: These photographs may look old-fashioned now, but when we first started posting photos most images were scanned in from film negatives, which has a very different color gamut than digital, and the resolution on the internet was very poor. Images needed to be only a few kilobytes so that you could download them

The sphinx
Guest Adventures

Egypt Photo Pictorial

Editor’s Note: These photographs may look old-fashioned now, but when we first started posting photos most images were scanned in from film negatives, which has a very different color gamut than digital, and the resolution on the internet was very poor. Images needed to be only a few kilobytes so that you could download them

Lisa Kristine Sword And Forms
Uncategorized

Mali and Morocco Pictorial

Photos by Lisa Kristine Once again, photographer Lisa Kristine brings us the extraordinary peoples from far-off worlds. This time, Mali and Morocco. Hiking 15 miles a day in sweltering heat and Sahara winds of 60 miles an hour, Lisa admits that it was a difficult trip. There was no shelter of trees, she had to

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