Podcast Episode October 12, 2021
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In this episode of the Backpacking Light Podcast, longtime Backpacking Light contributor Mark Wetherington reads his essay The Backpacking Tithe Project. In it, he considers the implications of intentionally focusing on frequent, short trips over long thru-hikes.Backpacking Light author Mark Wetherington would rather explore hidden nooks and crannies than pound away at a thru-hike.
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