June 2017 Newsletter

Val Venosta Valley, South Tyrol, Italy: Bringing cattle down from the Alms (high pastures). Photo taken by newsletter reader Bill Rawsky who recently spent some time in Europe.

Val Venosta Valley, South Tyrol, Italy: Bringing cattle down from the Alms (high pastures). Photo taken by newsletter reader Bill Rawsky who recently spent some time in Europe.

Summer is in full swing here at Changes in Latitude. We have received some beautiful new clothing, brand new travel gadgets, and visits from many of you awesome travelers ready to flock to every corner of the world in the upcoming months. Keep coming by the store to fill your every travel need and to check out the latest trends in the travel world.

We would also like to remind everyone our “Wanderer’s Wednesdays” weekly travel shows are done for the summer, stay tuned for our fall schedule. Until then, happy travelling!

From flowery Apropos tunics to the stylish Men’s Desert Shirts by Royal Robbins, the store is packed full of great, new, easy care clothing.

From flowery Apropos tunics to the stylish Men’s Desert Shirts by Royal Robbins, the store is packed full of great, new, easy care clothing.

Upcoming Travel Shows

“Summer time, and the travelling is easy”

No shows during the summer months. Check back with us in the fall for a new lineup of fantastic shows starting in September!

 For more information and updates on our travel shows visit www.cil.com/travelshows/

Product of the Month - Spray Bottles and Feather-light Suitcases

We have had numerous requests for misters and the like – we’re pleased to say we now have them in stock! Along with other cute containers, toothbrush holders, compact mirrors and more, we have bottles of every shape and size in fun colors to cover your every packing need.

Packing Tip of the Month

This month we’re revisiting RFID technology. RFID stands for radio frequency identification and it refers to the technology used to store information on chips embedded in passports and credit cards.

RFID skimming is the digital theft of this information. High-tech thieves use phones to collect this information from unprotected sources from up to 50 feet away. Protect your information and identity with sleeves, wallets, or purses specially made with Faraday Cage technology.

Where in the World

Can you guess this location? Email us your answer to adventure@cil.com for a chance to win a Changes in Latitude Gift Certificate!

photo by cindy m.

photo by cindy m.

Hint:  This structure is positioned in the center of the capital of a country where puffin is considered a delicacy.

Last Month’s Answer & Winner: The May photo was of Grand Torre Santiago, Chile, the highest building in Latin America at an impressive 64 stories tall. We had a few correct responses to this one, so many thanks to all who participated. The randomly selected winner this month is Victoria K. Congratulations, Vickie, for winning the Changes in Latitude Gift Certificate!

CIL Local “Faces around the World” Contest

Hiking the Peaks out in Argentina!

Hiking the Peaks out in Argentina!

Take a picture of yourself wearing a Changes in Latitude hat anywhere in the world and submit it to adventure@cil.com for a chance to win! Each month we will draw a winner from the monthly submissions and YOU can win a Changes in Latitude Large Cube in any color you want! With your permission, we will add the picture and description to our new website under “CIL Faces Around the World.” Join in the fun!

Photo Submissions*NEW!*

Are you always the one with a camera in your hand on your voyages? We are searching for local photographers to feature in our newsletter. Whether you are a pro with a website or a dabbler with a smartphone, send us your best travel photos at adventure@cil.com. With your permission, we would love to feature your photo, credit you, and link to your website, should you be interested!