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The beaten path sucks a lot of the time. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a lot of cool stuff on it that you should probably see, but I’ve found that, for the most part, it’s only worth a very small amount of time. The really interesting things are under the logs of life. Roll that shit over and get your hands dirty. Get yourself in situations you’re not sure about. See that turnoff with no sign telling you where it goes? Take it. Take it and find out what the sign would say.

Alexander Haro, The Inertia Associate Editor

I carved this bird nearly two years ago and finally got around to shooting it last Fall. And finally, it’s getting posted to the site.

The Spotted Sandpiper’s breeding habitats are near fresh water across most of the United States and Canada. They migrate to the southern United States and South America, and are not gregarious birds and rarely seen in flocks. These birds forage on the ground and the water, picking up food solely by sight. They also catch insects in flight and eat crustaceans and other invertebrates.

Spotted Sandpiper