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    The Provo Bros: Making of “What Kind of Meat”

    October 21, 2014

    Guest Post by Neil Provo. When my brother Ian and I got our first fly rods as young teenagers, I don’t think either of us could have ever imagined the places it would eventually take us. After a decade of exploring the trout streams in Utah, we travelled as far as Alaska to experience the power of a big…

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    Descending the River of Doubt

    October 14, 2014

    Guest Post by Dave Freeman. In 1914, President Theodore Roosevelt descended an unexplored, rapids-filled tributary of the Amazon. He almost died in the process and the legendary “River of Doubt” was renamed the Rio Roosevelt. One hundred years later, it remains a remote and relatively untraveled tributary of the Amazon.

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    Clarity in Iceland

    October 6, 2014

    Guest Post by Christian McLeod. This was a trip I had been wanting to take for over 3 years. Iceland sat at the top of my list, but never managed to get ticked off. Once I landed on the volcanic rubble runway and set foot onto green moss and glacier ice, I felt a sense of relief and joy….

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