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BRT Insights - WW Kayaking & HikingBRT Insights - WW Kayaking & Hiking

California river kayaking & rafting paddlesports. Trip reports & ri...

 
Diary Of A Nature & Wildlife PhotographerDiary Of A Nature & Wildlife Photographer

Weekly journal of nature and wildlife photographer Kinsey Barnard. When not...

 
My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.My pilgrimage to Santiago - a journey of discovery.

My 780km Camino de Santiago pilgrimage walk .This blog is a journal of my j...

 


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How Getting Back to Nature Can Help Heal Emotional Wounds. So many of us- -especially now, in the midst of this crazy quarantine time, are dealing with some heavy issues. Job loss, stressful relationships, income issues, feelings of despair, worry, f...

How Getting Back to Nature Can Help Heal Emotional Wounds. So many of us- -especially now, in the midst of this crazy quarantine time, are dealing with some heavy issues. Job loss, stressful relationships, income issues, feelings of despair, worry, f...

How Getting Back to Nature Can Help Heal Emotional Wounds. So many of us- -especially now, in the midst of this crazy quarantine time, are dealing with some heavy issues. Job loss, stressful relationships, income issues, feelings of despair, worry, f...

I've got my water. I've got my sun hat. I've strapped on my mask. I'm about to hit one of my favorite trails in the world, one hand on the car door, when I'm paralyzed by a familiar moment of anxiety.  On the surface, it manifests as the kind of...

Every year, adventurous (and oft-unprepared) hikers who are fans of Jon Krakauer's book "Into the Wild" (1996) or the move based upon it attempt the treacherous 20 mile trek on Alaska's Stampede Trail to the abandoned bus where Chris McCandless found...

Conventional wisdom says that mountain lions should have a healthy diet of deer, raccoons, coyote, and elk. But every once in a while, shouldn’t it be okay to let mountain lions have a little human, as a treat?Read more...

Arizona Game and Fish Department killed three mountain lions after at least one of them ate human remains near the Pima Canyon hiking trail near Tucson. The mountain lions did not kill the person and their identity and cause-of-death is still under i...