Friday Inspiration, Vol. 200

 

A touching short film about three Navajo relatives who built a free golf course on their land on the reservation. (video)

A QUICK NOTE FROM ME: This is the 200th Friday Inspiration post, which represents a lot of time spent researching, writing, and publishing these every week. If you’re a Patreon supporter, I would like to say thank you for helping make it possible for me to continue to do these posts every Friday. If you’d like to become a Patreon supporter and kick in $1 or more per month (and get some free stuff in return), you can do that here.

“What if I told you that you could imagine up to ten thousand dollars every day, from the comfort and safety of your own living room?”
—Ellis Rosen, The Power of Imagining Ten Thousand Dollars

Some pretty great photos of climbing sea stacks off the coast of Ireland in this blog post.

The Guardian compiles its picks for the best 100 films of the 21st century so we can argue about it (I must say, I was a little surprised by a couple of these)

I’m not saying your house is incomplete if you don’t have one of John Fellows’ Grand Canyon prints hanging on it, but I am saying I impulse bought one right when they came out (FYI I think he has about 50 left as of Thursday).

Inbox zero may not be for everyone, but there is a lot of interesting stuff in this Quartz Obsession piece on Inbox Zero.

Atlas Obscura visits My Brother’s Bar in Denver

A list: The Signature Film of Every Major City

I sat down with Jeremy Jensen for his Adventurepreneur Playbook podcast to talk about making a living as a writer/blogger/chart-ist/filmmaker in the outdoor industry.

A post from the Semi-Rad archives this week: The Hierarchy of Camping

—Brendan

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