Luang Prabang, Laos 2017

Exploring Tom Gill’s “Carmelita”

I’d brought him up from Trinidad, a likable, clean-cut boy of British parents, extremely sensitive and filled with the ideals that youth picks up, God knows where and that middle age spends years in discarding.”

The Draw of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington

In this day and age, it seems alot of climbers neglect the eastern United States when planning climbs and expeditions. With no mountain breaking 7000 ft, perhaps it is understandable for the naive novice to pass over Appalachia and head to Colorado, Utah or Wyoming for some solid rock, ice and mountaineering excursions. Though natives … Continue reading The Draw of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington

Best Books for Anthropologists

Anthropology is the human science. Primarily, it is the study of the diversity in human experience. Culture, language, ritual and history. We are all the same yet different. That is the beauty of anthropology; This acknowledgement and to explore and uncover the mysteries of humanity. In an increasingly globalized world, where people from a variety … Continue reading Best Books for Anthropologists

The Top Places to Visit in South Dakota

South Dakota is not only one of my favorite states, it is one of my favorite places on the planet. Wonderfully desolate and geographically stunning, South Dakota is intriguingly not at the top of most traveler’s list of places to explore. This is to great benefit for the Explorer and outdoors inclined traveler, as the … Continue reading The Top Places to Visit in South Dakota


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