Recipient of Eric Hoffer Award - Best Short Story/Anthology: Culture
Recipient of Next Generation Indy Book Awards - Best Anthology:Science/Nature/Environment
Finalist of the Whistler Independent Book Awards - Best Non-Fiction
"In an age of hedonistic adventure-seekers and unrestrained bush-crafters, we finally have an authoritative chronicle of the theoretical adventure, an abstract of exploration in a higher form."
"...you might feel the invitation to hear the elements, air and water, speaking to you, and only to you, in a language you share only with them, inviting you to step out into a grand relationship with the life of the world, and your ancestors, and your own place in the bigness of it all."
"But then we surely would have missed discovering the greatest gifts of all: the profound joy of stillness, the rewards of patience, the depth and enormous comfort of this precious time, lingering in place with long-time friends rather than always moving towards the unreachable and ever-receding horizon."
-Beth Foster, Chapter 3 - Right Turn at the First Muskox
"Drink your tea slowly and reverently,
as if it is the axis on which the whole earth revolves — slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future.
Live the actual moment.
Only this moment is life.”
--Thich nhat hanh
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