トミー・コールドウェルさんのインスタグラム写真 - (トミー・コールドウェルInstagram)「Several people told me this trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would be life changing. I had my doubts.  It’s hard to be truly moved by a place after having seen so much. But I must admit, I do feel something deep. Yes the beauty was unimaginable, the adventure epic. But I think it’s more than that. Maybe it’s the context of the place. One of the last truly wild landscapes in our country, seemingly untouched by industrialization, but with this weird dichotomy of being more affected by our warming planet.  It’s now in jeopardy of being trampled and exploited for oil.  Then there’s the human element. The Gwich’ins I shared time with are good humored, sturdy survivors, but they are justly concerned. Their lives depend on the food they get from the porcupine caribou herd. They spoke of how they adapted when their lands were taken by westerners, their children forced into boarding schools.  And how they certainly don’t want their sacred grounds to now be pillaged.  This is a complex topic that I am going to do my best to talk about my experiences over the coming weeks. And don’t worry, it’s not all doom and gloom. Although the topic is heavy, the trip itself was filled with more laughter and good old fashioned fun than any I have been on recently.  Thanks to my incredible teammates @clare_gallagher_runs @slukenelson and @austin_siadak. Look for future posts if you are interested, unfollow me if you don’t care. Challenge my views if you feel so inclined. I look forward to the conversations to come.  If you want an easy way to get involved in the fight to protect this place you can text Don’tdrill to 52886 📷 @austin_siadak」6月27日 14時28分 - tommycaldwell

トミー・コールドウェルのインスタグラム(tommycaldwell) - 6月27日 14時28分


Several people told me this trip to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would be life changing. I had my doubts.  It’s hard to be truly moved by a place after having seen so much. But I must admit, I do feel something deep. Yes the beauty was unimaginable, the adventure epic. But I think it’s more than that. Maybe it’s the context of the place. One of the last truly wild landscapes in our country, seemingly untouched by industrialization, but with this weird dichotomy of being more affected by our warming planet.  It’s now in jeopardy of being trampled and exploited for oil.

Then there’s the human element. The Gwich’ins I shared time with are good humored, sturdy survivors, but they are justly concerned. Their lives depend on the food they get from the porcupine caribou herd. They spoke of how they adapted when their lands were taken by westerners, their children forced into boarding schools.  And how they certainly don’t want their sacred grounds to now be pillaged.
This is a complex topic that I am going to do my best to talk about my experiences over the coming weeks. And don’t worry, it’s not all doom and gloom. Although the topic is heavy, the trip itself was filled with more laughter and good old fashioned fun than any I have been on recently. Thanks to my incredible teammates @clare_gallagher_runs @slukenelson and @austin_siadak. Look for future posts if you are interested, unfollow me if you don’t care. Challenge my views if you feel so inclined. I look forward to the conversations to come.
If you want an easy way to get involved in the fight to protect this place you can text Don’tdrill to 52886 📷 @austin_siadak
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