Western Voices

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Western Voices

By Eric Lombardo
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“I like the time to just be. To think about what’s in front of me now, and not worry about the next thing or the thing after that.
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A few years ago I hiked the John Muir Trail in the Sierra. A few days in I started to see the same people on the trail day after day. Sometimes I didn’t even know their names. I would see this guy when I got to a campsite and be like ‘Hey, blue rain jacket guy! How’s it going?’ It was awesome having that sense of community.”
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Meadowed slopes on the Gudy Gaskill Trail, Jefferson County Open Space, Colorado
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 Western Voices is a weekly photo project conducted by Eric Lombardo, a Northwestern senior, and project partner Alex Lochoff. For more information about the project, read the introduction here  or contact me at ericlombardo@u.northwestern.edu.
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