Friday Inspiration, Vol. 119

Friday Inspiration Vol 119

A super-fun cycling film from Brian Vernor about a 192-mile ride through the California desert (video):

Chris Read created a mixtape to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Digable Planets’ Reachin’, which is good if you like that album, but maybe a little bad if you can’t believe it’s already 25 years old. (Thanks, Nick)

You don’t know the real value of the human community if you’ve never poured hydrogen peroxide down an eight-pound dog’s throat in the parking lot of a Family Dollar store with half a dozen rural Kentuckians offering advice. Let me tell you, country people know what to do when a dog eats rat poison.”

Which board game tears apart more families?

“If it was allowed, everybody would be painting, and it wouldn’t be the same.” (video)

Here’s an interesting idea: the world’s first “backcountry ski area.”

The Bivy is looking to publish your adventure stories (and will pay a little bit of cash for them).

Sarah Menzies talks with Outside about her career as a filmmaker.


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