Who we are
Postcard Travelers Adventure Life Magazine
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Note of Intentions
I have no professional experience doing any kind of sports, health products or activity that I participate in on this site or any of my social medias. So learn through my mistakes. The only professional experience I can say I have is being a award winning media producer of television. So watch at your own risk. I don’t even know if what I do is even legal! Including the links and the map. It’s all dangerous. But I love to share my experiences and thats why I do it. Eventually it’s my retirement plan. I’ve been blogging and vlogging before it was invented. The goal is to eventually sell my photography I have taken around the world. In the meantime in some cases I make small commissions off some of the links. I haven’t quite made enough for a case of beer yet lol. Anyway All is appreciated.
‘I’ don’t share information we collect. Your email is only for our email list if you choose to be added it. If you send us your contact it is simply to contact you, not to share it. Or send you a news letter when we get around tuit.
We DO collect google ‘statistics’ to make sure our website is useful and relevant. Such as how many visitors, what type of device users use, etc. And like everyone else, we are at the mercy of googles integrity. We can not possibly know what they do with collecting the information. So you are on the web at your own risk. Facebook shares your information with a gazillion businesses. So go to them. It’s impossible to know what any of them are up to. So go to the Privacy policies of them including the device you are view us from. See their Policies: Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, GoDaddy, Twitter, TikTok.
Here is a link to Googles policies who monitors our site. [LINK]
We are in no way a big company we rely on pre-made technology to create most of our website and app. We use google analytics to know our website has a pulse, and what is useful, we are under their TOS see google TOS. Use at your own risk. https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/terms/us/
Our Favorite Things leads to Postcard Travelers the sister company that produces all Girlpages websites, vibe cities, Pride Planner, EyeFly Cinematography, PostcardTravelers.com and TomboyFlair. We make small commissions on the products we put on our social media and website to off set the cost of a free website to the public. When you click on a link to amazon or REi and other products. Not all. We may make a commission…. woo hoo. The events are listed free to the public. So please if you find something you love and buy through us. I can not do what I do without funding. Thank you for your support! XOXO
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Disclaimer: Places we go are not always safe. Make sure it’s safe and legal. Products we like or recommend we can not be responsible for. Proceed at your own risk.
This information is intended for the personal use of consumers, and may not be used for any purpose other than to expand peoples perspective and interests related to adventure travel and products. We are not deep pockets, barley have money most the time. So you are completely at your own risk.
Data last updated at (4/14/2022).