“Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” ― T. S. Eliot
Much of the world was mapped between the 1440-1600’s because of the three “G’s”- God, gold, and glory. Past/Present reporter, Chelsea Pelchat, shares a history lesson on how nations across the world became an interconnected web of commerce and communication. New Reporter of Trends without Ends, Jack Pawlakos, reports on how recent innovations in technology with virtual reality allow us to explore the entire world without ever leaving our living room. Lifelong explorer and photographer, Greg DeBree, tells stories from his life of traveling, hunting, fishing, diving, climbing, and firefighting from Indiana to the Sonoran desert, from the Sea of Cortez to the California Sierras, from Hawaii to Antarctica.
What’s on your adventure bucket list?
Guest BIO: Greg DeBree
I was born in Indiana but left when I was 11 to live in Arizona. Both places molded my need to explore. In Indiana we lived in a rural community with many opportunities to get out in nature and examine the outdoor world. In Arizona I discovered the desert near my home. I hunted, fished, and rode horseback throughout the Sonoran desert. At 16, in the Sea of Cortez and California and learned how to SCUBA dive and surf. At 18, I moved to Lake Tahoe at 18 to discover the Sierras. Being a teacher afforded me summers and other vacation options. For several summers I worked as a volunteer seasonal firefighter. In winter, I skied across Yosemite and other remote places. In 2000 my wife and I began spending summers in Hawaii where water sports abound. Throughout my life, I have shot photos of wildlife and wild places. Last year, Antarctica was my destination. Exploring and adventures will be my lifetime pursuit. Australia is next on my bucket list.
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