Every year Lozi people flee the floodplains in which they reside in favor of their sacred lands up in the mountains
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Probably. The good news is the culture of the sport—lauded for its grassroots, oddball vibe—will be defined by its community.
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The writer, cyclist, artist, and producer doesn't have a secret for getting her art into the world. She just does the work.
Doug Bock Clark’s deeply reported book immerses readers in a society that still relies on whale hunts for sustenance, while adapting to the creeping influences of modernity
This summer at the southern terminus of the PCT, photographer Ian Tuttle asked a bunch of thru-hikers why they were hiking. Months later and 2,591 miles to the north, he found some of them again and asked what they’d learned about themselves. Turns out, six months in the wilderness is a pretty good crash course in philosophy.