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  • [process] letting the legs work and the mind rest. and pizza. pizza is so nice.
  • [Journal Excerpt 6.12.19] From ages thirteen to sixteen I lived in a window gable turned bedroom in a remote valley in Washington state. I fell asleep most nights with my toes against an antique gun case and my head tucked under the fly tying desk of the fisherman who owned the house, Babbitt (Babe) Miles. I didn’t care about the guns, but I dug the fly tying desk with its dozens of drawers stuffed with brightly colored feathers and threads. ⁣⁣
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I learned to tie flys in the winter and would fish the little stream by the one room school during recess in the spring. I lived for the summers though. In the summers, after work at the bakery, we would row the wooden dory (The Little Dipper) around the lagoon at the head of the lake. up into the mouth of the river. One time I caught a bat. Sometimes we caught nothing. It didn’t matter. it was summer and the living really was easy. every once in awhile, it all came together. The winter of tying flies, practicing casts on the ballfield, the quiet slip of the oars and the steady push of the boat upstream followed by the drift. ⁣⁣
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On those evenings time ceased to matter, our homemade flys eventually unraveling from the bombardment of voracious and undiscerning cutthroat and rainbows, our excited yells shattering the quiet of the valley dusk.⁣⁣
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Nothing ever really changed in those years just before it all disappeared. Not in the way you thought it might, not in the way it would have mattered. As much as we might have rowed, we were always headed for the end of the lake, that place where the water grew still, the world became busy.⁣⁣
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I don’t fish much anymore. But once in awhile when the oars are shipped, and the boat drifts again into the quiet of the river, I go back there. Once in awhile I wonder if we ever left. ⁣⁣
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The drift ends and once more we row upstream, against the current, hoping for silver in the gloaming, a memory on the end of an invisible line.
  • Over the course of the past year I’ve enjoyed getting to tell more stories back in southern Appalachia, following the paths of old rivers and trails and soft endlessgreen rolling ridges. It’s a quiet kind of people and beauty; tucked out of sight down rural roads, a few more turns past where you’d think to stop, a handshake or two that you might not think to make, the folks I met were both humble and kind. And they know how to catch fish. Enjoyed following the threads of this Spring’19 feature for @gardenandgun written by Edward Nickens and cheekily (but aptly) titled “The Other Montana”
  • [reflections on privilege and reimagining patriotism] it me! food in my teeth, glacier burned and feeling like a pretty fellow. A pretty privileged fellow that is.⁣
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In the wake of this year’s @mountainfilm symposium (centered around diversity, equity and inclusion) I’ve been reflecting a lot on my life, career, and the opportunities and successes I’ve been afforded due the color of my skin. Though I may look a bit sun burned in this photo, I am white. White as john-sadboy-snow, white as wonderbread, white as all the men who have come before me and worked to ensure that being born a white male meant I was born with the full package of privileges⁣
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I’ve realized lately that as a white male it’s pretty easy to do nothing, say nothing. Duck my head and keep quiet. Take my privilege, tuck it away, pretend it isn’t there and go about patting myself on the back for living in a land of harmonious meritocracy.⁣
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Of course, i don’t really live in a meritocracy, and the easy way is not the right way - at least not for me. And while I certainly don’t have all the answers, I do have are ears to listen and a mind to stretch. hands to help and a desire to be a better ally to those who have not been afforded the same privileges as so many of us. ⁣
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Through writing and sharing this, I am trying to aknowledge the ways in which I benefit from a system/society built for people who look like me - at the cost of those who don’t. I am holding myself accountable for the social and moral responsibility that should (in my mind) accompany all the privilege that this system affords me. ⁣
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I am acknowledging all the ways in which I benefit from this system - knowingly and unknowingly - and examining the degree to which that encourages me to be complicit in upholding societal ideals that have failed - and are continuing to fail - so many people.⁣
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I don’t believe the way forward is for white guys (and all the other shades of privilege) to duck our heads and quietly slip out of the room. rather this is a time to lean in and listen. To acknowledge the extent to which the layers of our privilege are deeply ingrained in both society and our personal psyches.⁣
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  • I’ve really been trying to push my phone photography to the next level despite the mediocre scenery
  • Met an old pal on the trail up the hill behind the cabin yesterday. a locking of eyes and moment of stillness. a borrowed birthday wish for this thirty third year ⁣
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“Be like the fox⁣
who makes more tracks than necessary,⁣
some in the wrong direction.⁣
Practice resurrection.”⁣
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with a great deal of help from family and friends, I built a home in the trees this last year, directed a handful of short films about people I care deeply for, photographed my first book, danced with “success” in the most mainstream of terms, turned back toward landscapes and stories that moved me on a personal level, climbed mountains and rafted my favorite rivers, spent time with family during both health and sickness and fell quite in love⁣
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it was a wild and fascinating year. defined by winding trails, and the path home. a hidden glen. risking wrong tracks. reaching outwards. turning inwards. exercises in vulnerability. striving to do better by others. failing. balance. falling. laughter in the darkness. a perpetual proximity to possibility. learning. listening. always looking⁣
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thanks to all of you who have shared in the journey, in part or in full, in the flesh or in this screen device. wishing you each great fortune as you make your own tracks, remembering to mark the false trail from time to time, that resurrection may come gentle, and your tracks be your own ⁣
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[quote excerpted from Wendell Berry’s Manifesto: The Mad Farmer Liberation Front]
  • Child of Mine, come⁣⁣
as you grow in youth⁣⁣
you will learn⁣⁣
the secret places⁣⁣
the cave behind the waterfall⁣⁣
the arms of the oak⁣⁣
that hold you high⁣⁣
the stars so near⁣⁣
on a desert ledge⁣⁣
...the important places.⁣⁣
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And, as with age, you choose⁣⁣
your own way⁣⁣
among the many faces⁣⁣
of a busy world⁣⁣
may you always remember⁣⁣
the path that leads back.⁣⁣
...back to the important places.⁣⁣
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Dad to Forest, 1986⁣⁣
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These words, simple as they are, have echoed through my life, continuing to shape my connection to family and place in ways I could never have guessed. So grateful to mom and dad for all they have done (and continue to do!) to introduce us to and remind us of the important places, instilling in each us kids a deep sense of curiosity and reverence for other humans and the natural world. ⁣⁣
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Thanks for all the love and little clues along the path, from family and from friends, the nudges that ripple outward, ever to return, helping one another other back along the path...
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[second photo is of dad’s first draft of the poem, written before I was born, later he changed a few words, ending up with what’s written here]
  • “We get nowhere by ourselves.”⁣
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By land and sea, through trial and through error, this film was an incredible process of learning and connection. Both a humbling reminder of the power of the natural forces that surround us, and the wisdom of those who came before us. ⁣
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The full film (People) of water is live online thanks to @gnarlybay @Vimeo [link in youknowwhere]⁣⁣
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Very grateful for the talented hardworking and generous group of folks who welcomed us into their lives and shared their creative talents to bring this piece to life. A big thanks as always to the incredibly talented crew  @gnarlybay (Joe, Kyle, Shawn, Chad, Jordan and the j crew, Aaron, Dan, Dana) and to our humble-hunk friends the @usmensraftteam @alltoothbob @puakeadesigns the Hawaii crew @niumalunation + uncle Bobby @puakeafoundation and all the other kind and generous waterfolk who let us chase them around with cameras and ask them weird questions.
  • Hayes and Woods on a mission to rescue “Granny” from mouse-watch duty in the hanger. Sad to report they got busted due to the inordinate amount of cat hair evidence left on their non-compliant getaway driver’s front seat @dukephillipslll @tess_leach ;)
  • Come hail or high wind, surrounded by family and friends, heck of a celebration to share in this past weekend down in the Chico with one of my favorite Colorado families
  • Fire. I’ll take it over a screen any night. How much of what we look for in the blue light of screens is actually in the flickering warmth of a fireside circle? A lot I’d guess. It’s where our oral traditions evolved - and arguably an accompanying awareness of our place in time and community. Connection to nature - human and other - and the primal elements of being

Craig Child’s essay “Magic Circle of Light” in the latest @adventurejournal is a rich personal tale of how he, and the collective we, evolved alongside fire. Thanks @journalizard and @stevecasimiro for allowing for a few of my fireside images/memories in accompany
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[this week] On Monday @canyonwoodward and I dusted off our suit jackets, traded out our running shoes for loafers and joined our friends at @protectourwinters and @keepalaskawild to document their trip to Capitol Hill - lobbying on behalf of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge ⁣
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[lobbying] In addition to dozens of meetings with members of Congress, @outsidehilary and @callanthegreat testified in front of congress on behalf of the refuge and the effects that climate change and the continued extraction of fossil fuels is having on their livelihoods and communities.  @protectourwinters @alaskawild and members also delivered a pair of rafts adorned in signatures and artwork from the Gwich’in tribe and allies, and a message urging congress to restore the Arctic national wildlife refuge’s protections ⁣
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[backstory] In 1960 the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge was established as our nation’s first ecosystem-scale conservation area. Spanning 19.6 million acres, and the largest unit in our National Wildlife Refuge System, the refuge today represents one of our nations last great tracts of wild lands⁣
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[currently] In 2017 a proposal to open the Refuge to oil and gas exploration was slipped through as a part of a tax bill. Narrowly passing on a 52-48 margin the provision opens the heart of the refuge (Area 1002 - the coastal plains) to drilling starting this summer. This is the first time any national wildlife refuge in the United States has been opened and re-designated for oil and gas development, and represents an increasingly brazen attitude toward resource extraction on publicly owned lands⁣
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[ask] In two weeks our elected officials will vote on HB-1146 a bill that would ban oil and gas development in the refuge. To support the bill please write/call/petition your representatives, sign the petition linked in my profile, or text: DONTDRILL to 52886⁣
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[reflections] continued in comments⁣
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