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Charles “Lew” Tobin, 60, tells friend Sandra Medearis how he got fed up with pouring iron and headed to Alaska. He began his northern adventure by spending the winter in a remote cabin on the tundra and learning first hand...
Hanako Moulton (17) interviews Michael Jarvis (58) over zoom from New Jersey and Michigan.
Here is my story of how I was compassionate with myself when I most needed it!
Charles “Lew” Tobin, 59, tells Sandra Medearis about running the first clown and juggling act in Nome in the early 1970’s. A tug boat captain, Lew would cruise into villages on the bow of is boat with a lot of...
Carter Hedeen (78) and his wife, Florence Hedeen (77), talk about their sons, their cabin, and their volunteer work with the North Country Trail Association.
Friends Ed Krumpe (73), Jim Heidelberger (71) and Lovina Englund (42) speak about their passion and love for their work in wilderness conservation.
Recorded on May 5, 2016 at a live Stories from The Bob event.
Sarah Mason (19) talks with her good friend, Sydney Hanna (19) about the Joys and Challenges growing up in and around the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
My niece talked about her church youth trip spent hiking the Virginia Highlands Horsetrail.
“The bobcat was only eight feet away.“ On November 27, 2017 in Los Angeles, California, Stella Frank sat down with her dad, Karl Frank, to learn more about his experiences in nature and why it’s so important to him. After...
One Small Step partners Scott Benolken (54) and Martha Marnocha (68) share a conversation about their mutual love of the North Shore, the disappearance of the middle class, over-tourism, and finding spirituality in nature.
Coworkers Annie Nelson (40) and Barbara Budd (55) talk about their love of the trail, cultural messaging of fear that women experience, and the empowering experiences of backcountry travel.
Ken March (53) interviews his father David March (74) about his passion for hiking.
Former colleagues Linda White (61) and Gaylord Yost (89) discuss their shared experiences working for the United States Forest Service and how that work intersected with the North Country National Scenic Trail.
Summer breaks are typically associated with activities and seeing friends, these are not as easily accomplished while living in an isolated cabin far away from society. On November 26th, 2017 in Los Angeles, California Desi Reed interviewed his father, Christopher...
Claire Knutson (18) and Jonas Knutson (14) talk about wilderness adventures: 2021-11-11 22:52:52
Jonathan Fairbanks had just made tenure as a junior professor when he decided to leave the college leaving tenure behind, to bring his Innovative program to a private college where he felt it could flourish. This is the story of...