Scout Weekly May 27, 2020 Edition
He gave himself the name Poppa Neutrino after the subatomic particles that seem to obey no laws about motion or location. He crossed the Atlantic on a raft that he built out of trash. He was a man that followed his whims, and you've just got to know about him.
No, bikepacking throughout Canada wasn't her dream. It was his. But when life changed in the biggest way possible, she had to make a choice. So she chose life...and bikepacking.
When Jim Gorin showed up at a Sierra Club rock climbing workshop in 1941, he was warned not to attempt the sport, given that he only had one leg. He promptly leaned his crutch against a rock and climbed the route. Watch the story of the first amputee climber.
We all had plans, paths we were going take, journeys we were on. We were thrown a massive detour. Here, an ultrarunner with no race goals in sight reflects on life's detours, where they might lead you, and how to embrace them.
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