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Award winning writer Crai S Bower contributes scores of travel and lifestyle articles annually to more than 20 publications and online sites including Journey, Alaska Airlines and Up! Magazines. If he has a niche, it would be "adrenaline rushes that ...Read More
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Award winning writer Crai S Bower contributes scores of travel and lifestyle articles annually to more than 20 publications and online sites including Journey, Alaska Airlines and Up! Magazines. If he has a niche, it would be "adrenaline rushes that won’t kill you and end with a really good bottle of wine." He appears monthly as the travel commentator on NPR-affiliate KUOW and biweekly on American Forces Radio, co-wrote the 2010 edition of Fodor’s Vancouver-Victoria Guide and is featured in the 2010 book, “The Seattle 100: Portrait of a City, Voices that Matter.”