Discovering Moon House: Dag and Zook and The Fear of Falling

Thanksgiving Day 2018 was a memorable one. We spent the week in Blanding, UT. Unlike Moab to the north with its trendy, sporty persona, which I don't much love, Blanding is unvarnished and unpretentious. I would rather feel like traveler as opposed to a tourist, if you get my meaning. In mock appreciation to the … Continue reading Discovering Moon House: Dag and Zook and The Fear of Falling

Walking Across China: Cristoph Rehage’s Disorienting Journey

In November 2007, Christoph Rehage set out to walk from Beijing, on the far eastern side of China, to Germany. One year and 4500 miles later, scruffy and tired, he stopped his journey in western China at the city of Ürümqi. Cristoph took some breaks to visit family, but, even so, the journey across China was … Continue reading Walking Across China: Cristoph Rehage’s Disorienting Journey

TrekWest Crosses the Border in Arizona: Raising Awareness for Wildlife

In late January, John Davis, a conservationist and explorer, began a 5,000 mile journey from Hermosillo, Mexico to Fernie, Canada. He is hiking, cycling and paddling this route to  document the lives of wild animals and confirm the need for wildlife corridors in the west. Wildlife corridors are protected areas that link isolated habitats and … Continue reading TrekWest Crosses the Border in Arizona: Raising Awareness for Wildlife