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Leave No Trace? How Much Is "No?"

A phrase I often cite when writing about hiking or visiting natural and wild places is, “Tread lightly.” An alternative version is, “Leave no trace.” Stating either one, though, provides no specific guidance about compliance, and it’s up to the individual to decide what treading lightly or leaving no trace consists of. 978 more words

Travel

Tread Lightly

While walking through an airport during a longish layover, I realized that I was hungry. Stepping off the main walkway into a restaurant, I suddenly became discombobulated. 120 more words

Food For Thought

MCC trio graduates after Leave No Trace trainer training at Camp Rotary

Above, from left, are Bill Poster, course director; Larry Modraki; Brendan Sagi; Harry Price, MCC Outdoor Ethics Advocate; and Jim Sagi. ¬†Photo: Axel Anderson, Outdoor Ethics Advocate, Southern Shores Council… 540 more words

Boy Scouts

Scouts and Scouters to begin registering for the 2018 BSA National Outdoor Ethics Conference

Registration is expected to begin this week for the 2018 BSA National Outdoor Ethics Conference to be held near Kansas City, Kansas, this fall.

The conference is slated to take place from… 186 more words

Boy Scouts

A Year of Smiles - Day 333

Reason to SMILE #333: NUGGETS OF TRUTH a/k/a I KNEW IT! MOMENTS a/k/a GOD MIGHT GET ME FOR THIS ONE

“Whoever blesses his neighbor with a loud voice, rising early in the morning, … 69 more words

Random Musings

Tread Lightly, Broken Soul

One step
you’re biting your lower
lip
the way you
always do
giddy fingers running
around glass
mouths
you whisper a
hope or
curse;

Next step… 109 more words

Living with less: trekking in Nepal (and coming home)

The weight limit is 15kg. On top of this comes your share of the tent, and either a camping stove, a cooking pot, or the group shovel. 1,058 more words