This is a guest post by RLT alumna Emma Franklin, now an Innovation Consultant for Innosight.
I’ve always been perplexed by the outdoors.
How can a place simplify life and present the most complex of challenges?
How can a place bring forth your best self and break you down to Posted by Donna on Mar 27, 2014 / Leader Staff, Personal Stories
Gentlemen, we have a problem.
No, not the kind that requires a meeting in a parking lot later this afternoon and ends with at least one bloody nose.
This is a problem far more serious.
We are losing touch with the outside world. Our one and only world.
Now before I continue, I must confess that I consider myself
This is a guest post from RLT alumni Andy Reed.
Following a very stressful freshman year of high school, I was ready to enjoy the summer. Little did I know that I would experience something truly life changing.
My plan was to do some service work over the summer, and I also wanted to travel and
This is a guest post by Annika Holkeboer, a veteran of two trips with RLT (Wyoming in 2012 and Norway in 2013).
I’ve been hiking in America’s national parks since I was two years old. It’s one of my favorite things – it allows me to escape into the most beautiful places with the best