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Lois Friedland (Cast Away, page 52) uses writing as an excuse to explore new lands and adventures. She lives on a mountainside 30 minutes from downtown Denver and so is able to enjoy the best of both outdoors and urban


culture. Writing has taken her to more than 50 countries, from skiing in New


Zealand and visiting with artists in Cuba to zip lining in South Africa and diving with sharks in the Caribbean.


FAVORITE PLACE IN THE SOUTHWEST Santa Fe


“I enjoy visiting with Native American potters, taste testing innovative Southwestern cuisine and walking through the rugged landscape that lured so many great painters.”


Sam Moulton (Destination: Santa Fe,


page 73) has been a magazine editor and writer for the past 15 years. Along the way, he’s snorkeled with beluga whales in Hudson Bay, skied in the Bulgarian backcountry and tracked polar bears in Nunavik, Canada. His work has appeared in Backpacker, Men’s Journal, Skiing and many others. After eight years as an editor at Santa Fe-based Outside magazine, Moulton recently became its content marketing director.


FAVORITE PLACE IN THE SOUTHWEST Gila National Forest, New Mexico


“It’s remote and rugged and raw. When you get into the heart of it, it feels like you’re in another world. It’s like the land that time forgot.”


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Wine-and-ride through the vineyards of Colorado.


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Photographer Ace Kvale (Heaven Can Wait, page 42) travels the world, but he has made his home in the canyons and wilderness of the Colorado Plateau. An advocate for wilderness preservation, Kvale donates his time documenting medical missions in Asia and Africa. He can often be found with his four- legged friend, the Desert Dawg.


FAVORITE PLACE IN THE SOUTHWEST


Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monument, Colorado


“Its 2 million acres of wilderness allows my spirit to roam free.”


Kate LeSueur (A Place at the Table, page 48) is a lifestyle photographer based in Austin. She has shot for Garden & Gun, Texas Monthly and Wayfare magazines, as well as Whole Foods, Crate & Barrel, the Food Network and Warby Parker.


FAVORITE PLACE IN THE SOUTHWEST Southwestern Colorado


“When I was a kid, my wild Cajun family (aunts, uncles and cousins) caravanned cross-country from south Louisiana to Durango. I’ll never ever forget the intensely sweet, crisp smell of pine in the air and sound of the river.”


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