A representative-to-me picture and story from my visit to Liberia in 2019
Journeys involving pythons
The book An African In Greenland encourages different ways of thinking about pythons, and its author sets a high bar for what it means to be a curious, open-hearted traveller
Back to the mountains, to the beginning
My route planning in Morocco has me thinking about the beginning, the end, the pause, the here and now, the far away.
Notes on why I blog
Blogs become different tools to different bloggers. Mine has been a source of accountability, learning, and a way for me to know myself and others better.
Why Evan is a 38 year old bike tourist
It was Evan’s thirty eighth birthday a few days ago. I asked what he wanted. “A ticket out of here, … More
How bike hiking feels
I rarely blog about the cycling of bicycle travel. Instead, my posts tend to share what I’ve been thinking about, … More
On photographing people
1. One morning in Cameroon Recently a man asked me to take his picture. He’d been watching me photograph Evan … More
On what we call wild meat
Words come with meaning, whether we acknowledge this or not. The word we choose to use in front of the meat of animals from the forest is a word that’s loaded with meaning.
Thank you, Congo
To celebrate 2019’s arrival we stayed up a little later, and a day later than I’m used to. That’s because … More
Book loving while bike travelling
There is less than I thought there’d be to say about how to act on a love of book reading … More