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I found a cool article on stone age living!

 
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https://www.outsideonline.com/2411125/lynx-vilden-stone-age-life?utm_source=pocket-newtab#close

I envy this lady a bit. And I totally understand.
 
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Not bad Ryan.  That was a cool little article!

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I learned about her several years ago but did not follow up.  Glad she's still out there!  Thanks for posting this.

 
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yeah this was a good one. i read that one a few days ago where someone else had linked it towards me..its well written and explores some interesting things...
 
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Funny part is Twisp is near me, I know exactly where they are talking about.
 
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Nice article. Thanks.
 
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Hi everyone!  Thank you for sharing this article.  I thoroughly enjoyed the read and went on to check out her website and the courses she offers.  She sounds like an amazing woman!
 
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