Three Very Different Books About Walking

Wanderlust: A History of Walking by Rebecca Solnit This book was a meandering but accessible description of why, culturally, we walk and how this has changed over the course of history. Everybody walks (well, almost), so the culture of walking is relevant to almost every field of study and every person. Walking, as Solnit says, is... Continue Reading →

You Should Go Snowshoeing this Winter!

I just went snowshoeing this weekend, and after seeing this article about the practical benefits of snowshoeing, I thought I'd add my own, less objective reasons to snowshoe.  I think it's one of the most underrated activities out there, maybe because it seems like hard work (which it is, but it's fun work!) It's cheap... Continue Reading →

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