Monday on Lake Effect:
A look back at some of our favorite conversations about travel. First, we meet Marquette grad Brian Castner, who canoed 1200 miles through the Canadian wilderness during the summer of 2016. Then, Atlas Obscura, takes visitors exotic and unusual sites around the world. Its founder credits childhood visits to Wisconsin’s House on the Rock for setting his wheels in motion. Plus, writer and TV host, Rick Steves, advocates for travel as a political act.
- Brian Castner, author, Disappointment River: Finding and Losing the Northwest Passage
- Dylan Thuras, co-founder, Atlas Obscura
- Rick Steves, guidebook author and TV host