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People: 5 Funniest Outdoor Bloopers

Whether a novice or seasoned veteran, we have all experienced an epic outdoor fail at some point in our lives. After all, that’s what trying stuff is all about.

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A Man And A Minivan: Part VI

It took about five months to work my way across the country, but after I returned from Alaska–the literal and spiritual end of my westward wandering–I was ready to be home. I drove from Seattle to Washington, D.C., in a week, and completed the final 1,300 miles in a single, sleepless stretch.  These are a few of the spots that demanded I pause the rabid sprint back to the east coast, and they remind me that even when you’ve got somewhere to be, it’s still all in the journey.

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A Man And A Minivan: Part V

Part V: From SoCal to the Northern Lights

Henry Miller famously spent time writing at Big Sur. So did Jack Kerouac. Hunter Thompson, too. So of course, I had to go.

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A Man And A Minivan: Part IV

It was the desert that changed things.

I’d been on the road almost two months when I reached the Lone Star State, and that’s when everything became new. I’d already camped my way down the East Coast from D.C., hiked across wild beaches in the Outer Banks, stared down ravenous deer in the Smokies, and eaten my way through New Orleans. It was all amazing, but I was born in the South and so it was also all familiar.

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A Man And A Minivan: Part III

If you haven’t gone camping in 15 years, nature can seem like a pretty scary place…

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A Man And A Minivan: Part II

By Robert Walton

A collection of images from our wanderlustful journalist Robert Walton, taken along his months-long exploration of this wandering country, as seen from the seat of his converted van.

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A Man And A Minivan, Part: I

A Man and a Mini-Van: 15,000 Miles, 6 Months And One Big Country

By Robert Walton

Robert Walton is an accomplished journalist and photographer who walked away from a stable nine-to-five job as a news editor to drive across the country and start the #TryingStuff lifestyle.  This is his story.

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People: 5 Questions With Dave Norona

You could say that Canadian Dave Norona is a bit of an adventure racing badass.

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Fishing With FlyCastaway

FlyCastaway guides are a group of dedicated fly anglers, casting into exotic waters such as African coastlines and the Indian Ocean Islands.

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People: Five Questions with Conway Bowman, the Mako Shark Man

Based in Southern California, Conway Bowman is a man who loves to catch fish, and the fly rod is his weapon of choice. He has traveled the world in search of Atlantic salmon, wild trout, redfish, bonefish, and tarpon. Bowman currently holds the IGFA world record for redfish caught on the fly (41.65 lbs Redfish, Record: World Fly Rod, 20lb Tippet). We recently caught up with the man to ask him a few questions about his passion for fishing.

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