Lord Nerd Beta
Preface
Day 01: Charazani to Hichocollo
Day 02: Hichocollo to Pelechuco
Day 04: Mountainside Bivouac #1 to Hilo Hilo
Day 05: Hilo Hilo to Mountainside Bivouac #2
Day 06: Mountainside Bivouac #2 to Curva
Day 03: Pelechuco to Mountainside Bivouac #1
Sunchuli Pass April 2015
Dead Reckoning

Hell Week

Alberta, Canada
Hell Week
7 straight days of rodeo
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July 17, 2013

Kangaroo Lake

Klamath Nation Forest, CA
Location
Klamath National Forest, CA
I knew it wasn’t a deer because it had a square head and deer don’t have square heads. -DWP
January 9, 2015

CLUB MACHO

Written and Directed by Poppi
Club Macho's Guide to New Zealand
Recent polls suggest triathlobros and endurobros are New Zealand’s second most invasive species—after the blood possum. -Poppi

Maryhill Festival of Speed

Maryhill Loops Rd, Goldendale, WA
Location
Maryhill Loops Rd, Goldendale, WA
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Hoover Dam

Location
Black Canyon, Colorado River
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Killing a Mountain Caribou

Location
Mackenzie Mountains, N.W.T., Canada
After some time I began to realize that outside of a few proximal centuries the prospect of time travel is completely horrifying. The past has so many problems, problems that are shaped like dagger-long teeth and syringe-length stingers, problems that look like hairy body builders with clubs, lifelong pink eye, and no alcohol. -Kyle von Hoetzendorff
Zero to Two
Introduction Lonetree, WY
We want to push the envelope of American ranching. To do this we practice what we call the Art & Science of Ranching, which basically means we use a considered and thoughtful blend of age-old practices mixed with progressive (science-based) practices. -MARISSA TAYLOR

Allosaurus via Lean-to

Somewhere near Scappoose, OR
Location
The woods NE of Scappoose, Oregon
After some time I began to realize that outside of a few proximal centuries the prospect of time travel is completely horrifying. The past has so many problems, problems that are shaped like dagger-long teeth and syringe-length stingers, problems that look like hairy body builders with clubs, lifelong pink eye, and no alcohol. -Kyle von Hoetzendorff

Buckle Bunnies

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YONDER JOURNAL IS THE EXPLORATION OF AMERICAN FRONTIERS AND WESTERN PRINCIPLES. We are Cultural Anthropologists and Sportsmen compelled into the Wilderness to explore, document and publish a lasting and meaningful record of our experiences there. Through a collection of Studies, Briefs and Guides we endeavor to understand and relate those people, places and pursuits the purview of Yonder.

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Emiliano Granado
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