One fine day in late November in 1998, while standing on a knife-edged, precipitous ridge some 3,500 meters (11,500 feet) above sea level in Bolivia’s Cordillera Apolobamba, I came across a veritable latrine of sweet-smelling bear scat. I took out a couple of clear plastic bags from my small blue rucksack, and carefully placed the… This content is for Monthly, Annual and Lifetime members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
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