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Oh, Pioneer! is a blog we recently, pleasantly, stumbled upon. “Kindle the fire in your chest,” is their tagline and is the universal truth they live by. Similar to our blog, they’re a digital house to film, pictures and words used to inspire their loyal readers. We highly admire that.

We’ve already used one of their pieces for one of our reblogs today, but want to reiterate their message. Here’s more about what Oh, Pioneer! aims to achieve, in words we dare not paraphrase:

“This blog was started as a way to collect pictures, music, and videos that inspire me to wanderlust and adventure. I believe firmly in the doctrine of the strenuous life, and that to live within the bounds of comfort and ease is no life at all. I believe that our bodies and minds are capable of much more than we think, and that the generations that have come before, though meaning well, have created a society devoid of self-reliance and personal responsibility. America used to be a place where we made things. If something was broken, we knew how to fix it. At one time, we knew how to push our own limits and solve our own problems. We knew what it was like to sleep well at the end of a long day of real work, getting our hands dirty and rough from putting our fingerprints into a work of craftsmanship.

This is an attempt to revive that spirit. To kindle the fire we once carried in our chest and behind our eyes, the vision for a new world, bold world, fresh and varied. Inside each of us is a fire that burns for the wild things, for untouched mountains, for unseen waters. Inside each of us is the desire to feel the grain of fresh wood between our fingers, to smell the petrichor of wet earth, to know the sounds of the birds singing by name, to taste the fruit of our own labor.

This volume is dedicated to that spirit;
This volume is dedicated in all sincerity to every lover of the true and beautiful.”

Kindle your fire…

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