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In response to being asked to give a lecture about adventuring, Beau Miles decided to walk the 90 km to work as a point of stimulus. By slowing down, he captures aspects of the environment that often get overlooked. This is interesting watching alongside Austin Kleon’s collection of books on walking and Will Self’s discussion of psychogeography.

α”₯ “Jason Kottke “ in Walking 56 Miles to Work ()

Bookmarked Beau Miles (YouTube)

Beau spent his childhood looking for golf balls, secretly hoping to find a body part in the swamps and marshes. He still looks in odd places for much the same thing (and feeling). Being redhead means that sunscreen, big hats and old business shirts cloak him during outdoor life. He likes baths more than showers, homemade wine and licorice. By god he likes licorice.

Beau Miles explores nature and provides a different perspective on the world around.

Beau spent his childhood looking for golf balls, secretly hoping to find a body part in the swamps and marshes. He still looks in odd places for much the same thing (and feeling). Being redhead means that sunscreen, big hats and old business shirts cloak him during outdoor life. He likes baths more than showers, homemade wine and licorice. By god he likes licorice.

Beau is what happens when you cross Bear Grylls with Bush Tucker Man.