Roads and Kingdoms

Mezcal has a long tradition but has recently sprung into the spotlight of the hip, bringing together the global cosmopolitan elite and subsistence-farming, Zapotec-speaking mezcaleros.

Full story at --> http://roadsandkingdoms.com/2016/mezcal/

The Plate

A nice tear from Nat Geo's The Plate:

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/people-and-culture/food/the-plate/2016/11/what-happens-when-the-world-s-largest-lake-runs-out-of-fish-/

 

 

Rainbow Gathering

After reading a San Miguel Sheriff's report about the potential impact of the Rainbow Family of Living Light, I went to a Gathering of the hippies, dirty kids and travelers in Norwood and they gave me pancakes --> http://bit.ly/2bnbYPW

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Indian Camp Ranch

My husband was a golfer and he’d much rather have a hole at Pebble Beach named after him but, instead, he’s got a divot in my front yard,” said Jane Dillard, resident of America's first archeologic subdivision.

--> http://sjindependent.org/report/indian-camp-ranch-americas-first-archeologic-subdivision/2486

Mountainfilm

On Saturday, May 28th, I'll be presenting my National Geographic Young Explorer Grant project - The End of Frenzy: Overfishing in Lake Victoria - at Mountainfilm Festival - http://www.mountainfilm.org/festival/personalities/alec-jacobson.

On Saturday, May 28th, I'll be presenting my National Geographic Young Explorer Grant project - The End of Frenzy: Overfishing in Lake Victoria - at Mountainfilm Festival - http://www.mountainfilm.org/festival/personalities/alec-jacobson.