Chelcee Aitchison holds degrees in anthropology and psychology from the University of Michigan. Her education and passion for exploring the world has taken her to far off places including the Amazon jungle, the Canadian Rockies, and most recently to Michigan’s most area - Isle Royale National Park. She shares these adventures in her blog, Wild Woman Wandress.
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