Category Archives: Reviews

Review of “The Nature Principle” by Richard Louv

Who needs nature? In an age when we rely so much on technology — for finding our way, amusing ourselves during “down time” (is it really down time if we’re staring at a screen?), staying in touch with people, managing our … Continue reading

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You’ll fly through “The Longest Race” by Ed Ayres

It’s no secret that I’m a nature lover. And my recent trek around Death Valley National Park has stirred up some long-held ideas about responsibility for our land, so it was perfect timing for me to receive a preview copy … Continue reading

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Hoka One One: Shoe Review

When I describe these shoes to other people, I usually say things like, “They are as close to riding a bike as you can get with a running shoe,” “They allow the foot to perform as if you were running without shoes at all,” “These are the bomb,” and “Finally! A running shoe that will change the industry for the better.” Continue reading

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