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Nature as Oracle: Sigurd Olson’s Never-Ending Search for Spirituality in Wilderness By Charles Dayton Sigurd Olson: the very name conjures up visions-the North Woods, the deafening silence of the deep winter, campfire light flickering on a leathery face, the long … Continue reading
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We loved the way these two moved together, casually brushing by in a sort of affectionate way.
The Hadza are some of the last true hunter gatherers. They do not sow neither do they reap. Neither do they raise animals,. They work about 4 hours a day for food, hunting and gathering honey and other food, and … Continue reading
This was a trip to Tanzania in March, 2011. We traveled to Tarengerie National Park, east of Arusha where we spent two days in that Garden of Eden viewing lots of elephants, cape buffalo, impalla, giraffe, and a myriad of … Continue reading
Each night we climbed a nearby hill and watched the earth roll backwards.
Massi guide overlooks the escarpment near Lake Eyasi, not far from Oldipi (yes that’s the way its spelled) where some of the most ancient bones of our early ancestors were found.