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Sidetracked Magazine Volume 16 (The light and dark side of adventure) is out now! Sidetracked Magazine Volume 16 seeks to deepen our understanding of what fuels our motivations, obsessions, and our search for meaning. Whether it be the truth found in letting go that Vreni Vom Berg describes in ‘Alaska Is For Dreamers’ or the art of learning shared by Shannon McDowell in ‘Aniakchak: A Wild Love Story’, adventures ask questions of us all and the answers come in the time we have to reflect afterwards, when firelight flickers and muscles ache. In ‘Fjord Til Fjell’, James Forrest speaks not only to his experience emerging with the wild, but also to the transportive power of immersing in stories. Our pursuit of meaning may be something inside us alone, but we rarely accomplish anything without others.

We are always part of a wider context. ‘With the right fellowship, anything is possible,’ says the fisherman that Leon McCarron meets in ‘Fellowship on the Tigris’. Perhaps this is why we adventure – to experience something of the lives of others. A need for connections – to landscapes, cultures, truths that form the foundation of our understanding of the world. As Kim Frank suggests, in gaining insight about the lives of others, we find reflections of ourselves – such as the shared recognition of the way the landscape of our birth home shapes who we are in Neilson and Howell’s piece, ‘Amazing Grace’. In ‘Trail of Tears’, Ian Finch shares the toll a gruelling odyssey can exact on those who explore, and references the agonising journey of a Cherokee nation, forced from their homes, along the same harrowing 1,300-mile route.

We should reflect on what we do, how we did it, what we learned, and how we changed. Adventure has always been a means to see something deep inside us, to examine how we relate to the world around us, and where we intend to go from here. Reflection, like a mirror, gives us perspective; a view we don’t always naturally see. Is there anything more valuable? Discover Sidetracked Magazine Volume 16 on loremnotipsum.com.

Sidetracked Adventure Travel Magazine is an journal featuring a collection of personal stories of adventure travel, exploration, journeys and expeditions. The concept is simple: to capture the emotion and experience of adventures and expeditions throughout the world… and to inspire. Sidetracked has published 2014 its first printed journal. This journal is filled with remarkable long distance journeys, inspirational expeditions and features some of the most beautiful, dramatic and challenging regions on earth – all told and presented by the incredible men and women who undertook them. Sidetracked is founded and produced by John Summerton.

Details: Sidetracked Magazine – Volume 16

144 pages, perfect bound, and printed in full colour on FSC approved uncoated 120gsm paper in the United Kingdom.

Article No. bfsidetrck0016 Published by Sidetracked Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Beach · Coffee Shop · Home · Mountain hut · Travelling Weight 600 g Dimensions 30 × 24 × 3 cm

Sidetracked Magazine Volume 16 (The light and dark side of adventure) is out now! Sidetracked Magazine Volume 16 seeks to deepen our understanding of what fuels our motivations, obsessions, and our search for meaning. Whether it be the truth found in letting go that Vreni Vom Berg describes in ‘Alaska Is For Dreamers’ or the art of learning shared by Shannon McDowell in ‘Aniakchak: A Wild Love Story’, adventures ask questions of us all and the answers come in the time we have to reflect afterwards, when firelight flickers and muscles ache. In ‘Fjord Til Fjell’, James Forrest speaks not only to his experience emerging with the wild, but also to the transportive power of immersing in stories. Our pursuit of meaning may be something inside us alone, but we rarely accomplish anything without others.

We are always part of a wider context. ‘With the right fellowship, anything is possible,’ says the fisherman that Leon McCarron meets in ‘Fellowship on the Tigris’. Perhaps this is why we adventure – to experience something of the lives of others. A need for connections – to landscapes, cultures, truths that form the foundation of our understanding of the world. As Kim Frank suggests, in gaining insight about the lives of others, we find reflections of ourselves – such as the shared recognition of the way the landscape of our birth home shapes who we are in Neilson and Howell’s piece, ‘Amazing Grace’. In ‘Trail of Tears’, Ian Finch shares the toll a gruelling odyssey can exact on those who explore, and references the agonising journey of a Cherokee nation, forced from their homes, along the same harrowing 1,300-mile route.

We should reflect on what we do, how we did it, what we learned, and how we changed. Adventure has always been a means to see something deep inside us, to examine how we relate to the world around us, and where we intend to go from here. Reflection, like a mirror, gives us perspective; a view we don’t always naturally see. Is there anything more valuable? Discover Sidetracked Magazine Volume 16 on loremnotipsum.com.

Sidetracked Adventure Travel Magazine is an journal featuring a collection of personal stories of adventure travel, exploration, journeys and expeditions. The concept is simple: to capture the emotion and experience of adventures and expeditions throughout the world… and to inspire. Sidetracked has published 2014 its first printed journal. This journal is filled with remarkable long distance journeys, inspirational expeditions and features some of the most beautiful, dramatic and challenging regions on earth – all told and presented by the incredible men and women who undertook them. Sidetracked is founded and produced by John Summerton.

Details: Sidetracked Magazine – Volume 16

144 pages, perfect bound, and printed in full colour on FSC approved uncoated 120gsm paper in the United Kingdom.

Article No. bfsidetrck0016 Published by Sidetracked Magazine Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tags · · Reading situation Beach · Coffee Shop · Home · Mountain hut · Travelling Weight 600 g Dimensions 30 × 24 × 3 cm
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