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Cassidy Randall
Writing stories on adventure, travel, environment & intersections between. Bylines in
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Cassidy Randall 19h
Where nature was peripheral in so many Americans' lives, it’s now become an integral part of our days and a saving grace in a time of crisis. In fact, this pandemic is re-defining our relationship to nature & public lands of all sorts.
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Cassidy Randall 19h
This was SUCH a cool story to get to work on for
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Cassidy Randall Mar 26
If you have a reading list now that you've got all this time at home, I can't recommend enough that you add this book to it. Sharon Wood's cinematic, scene-based writing is more like fiction, making this such a beautiful & fast-paced read.
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Cassidy Randall Mar 20
You know what outlasts viruses? Glaciers. And the ones in the North Cascades are particularly special. Read why in my latest for the Filson Journal.
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Cassidy Randall Mar 18
Replying to @alastairgee
Me! Send me quick-turns and I've got an idea I'll send you way this week
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Cassidy Randall Mar 17
Thanks for sharing!
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Cassidy Randall Mar 16
Replying to @sierra_time @ozskier
Revelstoke!
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Cassidy Randall Mar 12
How dare I publish something other than coronavirus. But seriously, take your mind off the hysteria and pick up this incredible book by Caroline Van Hemert.
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Cassidy Randall Mar 12
Replying to @SEALAwards @guardian
Thanks for sharing!
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Cassidy Randall Mar 9
Thanks for sharing!
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Cassidy Randall Mar 3
Thanks for sharing!
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Cassidy Randall Mar 3
This has needed to be written for a long time. So proud of you for your articulate telling,
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Cassidy Randall Mar 3
YES, so glad you've written this!!
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Laura Paddison Mar 3
How reconnecting people to nature –– whether that's the "great outdoors" or a small urban park -- makes people behave in a more eco-friendly way. By
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Cassidy Randall Mar 3
Replying to @laurapaddison
Thank you for the thoughtful editing!
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Cassidy Randall Feb 28
"Perhaps the most definitive character trait embodied by Bridger Bowl is fierce independence. After all, Montanans have never liked being told what to do." Yep. Loved writing this one for
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Cassidy Randall Feb 28
Shouldn't this be the case everywhere, not just Chicago?
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Cassidy Randall Feb 25
Thanks for re-posting this story!
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Cassidy Randall Feb 25
Replying to @highcountrynews
Thanks for sharing!
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Cassidy Randall Feb 25
Thanks for the mention!
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