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Mother Earth Confronts the Human Race
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Why an Old Toyota Is the Perfect Avenue for Adventure
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Tread is a short film from Tamarack Media Co. that profiles British Columbia-based Addison Rickaby, an outdoorsman with a passion for off-road adventure. As anyone who's been to B.C. can attest, it's a rugged, wild place, and having the right vehicle makes exploring the backcountry that much easier. Rickaby's '04 Toyota Tundra serves as his escape vehicle, which he uses as a base camp for adventure while working to promote a sustainable approach to trail usage.