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Notier Frontiers: An Interview

Tim and Marissa Notier have recently returned from Peru and later this month are going to ride their motorcycle across Africa. We met at Overland Expo West in  May 2019 and chatted about their travels. Since then I’ve read their books and wanted to run […]

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Tundra Dawn by Denise Merat

A small band of scarlet pushes up against blue dark horizon, a slow reversal –  one minute less than yesterday.   Shuffling into slippers, I slide on my long, black woolen coat and wrap my scarf against the chill, snug about my neck. In late […]

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Death Valley Photos by Paul Perilli

The dust storm: We were approaching our hotel at Stovepipe Wells when the sky darkened in the middle of the afternoon. At first, we weren’t sure why it was happening, then we realized a dust storm was blowing in. Soon our rental was getting battered […]

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Mud, Fingers, and Fire by Rachel Hoffman

Women’s Work… In West Africa, women make pottery. They mine the mud, age it into clay, wedge it to align the particles, form the vessels, and fire them. After firing to ‘bisque’ temperature, water no longer dissolves clay. The vessel walls do remain permeable, though, […]

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Mr Cricket by JJ Mazzucotelli

In Bejing China at a man who introduced himself as Mr. Cricket’s home. He trains crickets to fight, and he invited us into his home and allowed us to hold and look at these crickets with which he earns his living. BIO: JJ wrote “I’ve […]

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Snow in Phoenix by Jennifer Klemmetson

Snow in Phoenix – who would’ve thought? In February 2019, it snowed in the mountains surrounding Phoenix, Arizona, leaving the desert surrounded by white mountains. Bio: Jennifer Klemmetson is a writer and content marketer based in Phoenix, Ariz. She loves spending her weekends with a […]

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