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April 15, 2024

Articles by Jacob Andrew

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Bus Stop (2009-12-07) cover story fiction

In the Southern Hemisphere, Summer arrives in December. December, the month of media hype about Santa Claus at the frozen North Pole. Oh, not so along the Orinoco River ... the River that might be mostly made up of the sweat of travelers at that time of year ...

The Traverse (2010-08-16) cover story short fiction

Just a hike, one might think, until the air stops nourishing your lungs, and the cold gnaws at your arms and legs, and gravity whispers that just one wrong step will be your last...

Roraima (2012-04-09) short fiction travel Venezuela

On the mountain, you have nothing but what you can carry -- that which is essential. Is the burden heavier going up the trail, or coming down?

Four Corners (2013-10-28) cover story fiction life death

The states of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah meet at the Four Corners Monument, but there is another quadripoint at which come together Time, Space, Heart, and Soul...

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Peek of the Week 225 (2009-12-14) photo art

Shortoff Mountain in the Linville Gorge Wilderness Area (NC), after a fire had swept through.

Peek of the Week 262 (2010-08-30) photo art

Tiny orange fungi brave the Bradley Fork Trail in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Peek of the Week 294 (2011-04-25) photo art

A view of Mt. Washington from the Talus Loop of Mt. Si, in the Cascade Range of Washington, USA.

Peek of the Week 298 (2011-05-23) photo art

Talus Loop of Mt Si in the Cascades of Washington, USA.

Peek of the Week 341 (2012-03-19) photo art

Winter still reigns over the Lake Constance Trail in the Olympic Mountains, Washington, USA.

Peek of the Week 347 (2012-04-30) photo art

A waterfall graces the forest along the Dosewallips Trail in the Olympic Mountains of Washington, USA.

Peek of the Week 369 (2012-10-08) photo art

Headlee Pass -- a study in talus.

Peek of the Week 374 (2012-11-12) photo art

A scene to make you want to snuggle up on the hearth at the lodge ...

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