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Podcast Episode August 6, 2021

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Summary

In this episode of the Backpacking Light Podcast, author Ben Kilbourne uses the writing of Aldo Leopold to examine his motivations when exploring the backcountry. It’s a thought-provoking essay that may just have you reconsidering why you are out there.

Ben Kilbourne uses the writing of Aldo Leopold to examine his motivations when exploring the backcountry. Ben Kilbourne uses the writing of Aldo Leopold to examine his motivations when exploring the backcountry.

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