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  • To Walk in the Wake of a Wolf – Poem

    To Walk in the Wake of a Wolf – Poem

    I wrote this just before crossing the California border back into Oregon again. It is dedicated to my team members: Rachael, David, Daniel, Jay, Michelle, and Wolf OR-7. To walk in the wake of a wolf is to walk into the silence of stealth and the feast of fearlessness, it is to fight for yourself and […]
  • Standing on Lone Wolf Mountain

    Standing on Lone Wolf Mountain

    Every expedition has a defining moment, be it for the team, the expedition mission or the individual team member. Today I stood on a mountain peak called Lone Wolf – it was my personal defining moment of this expedition into the journey of Wolf OR-7. The walk from our previous night’s camp, beside a small […]
  • Encounter: Mosquito madness on the Pacific Crest Trail (VIDEO)

    Encounter: Mosquito madness on the Pacific Crest Trail (VIDEO)

    Moments like this make you question why mosquitos exist. Or why in these modern days, we allow them to exist. It was an interesting reflection considering that we are on an expedition centered around the story of another animal sometimes equally despised. And while the arguments in defense of mosquitos may be few, they may […]
  • Mountain Bluebirds

    Mountain Bluebirds

    Three beautiful bluebirds slipped through the grasses in the fresh morning light today, from a field beside the road, feathers lighter than the blue blue sky, in play, they announced: this is a day for joy, as they reached towards the only light that makes us come alive, I reached towards that part of me […]
  • Afternoon Cycle of 70+ Miles through the Burnt River Canyon and Beyond

    Afternoon Cycle of 70+ Miles through the Burnt River Canyon and Beyond

    While part of the team headed out to the town of La Grande, to meet up with and interview Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Wolf Coordinator and biologist Russ Morgan. Myself (Galeo Saintz) and David Moskowitz headed out after lunch to tackle a full day of cycling in just an afternoon. The Burnt River […]
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