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Feet Banks

Feet Banks is a writer and (shitty) filmmaker from the west coast of Canada who appreciates mountain views, campfires by the river, horror movies, books, naps, people who try new things, and pumpkin pie. He has been chipping away at the underlying truths, greater goods, and seedy underbellies of life since the late 1990s and is still not entirely convinced Western Civilization isn’t on the verge of collapse—if it can happen to the Inca, it can happen to us… Act accordingly.

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The Valley of Rediscovered Dreams

The person that got on the horse is not the same one that gets off

Over the Top

Arm wrestling movie? Or meditation on the subjugation of the middle glass by wealthy elites?

Book: From This Moment On

If you can write songs that sell 100 million albums, you can probably write a book.

The Cowboy Hat

“It’s a sun protector, a rain protector and it also shields your face from branches or cobwebs on the trail. Out here, your hat is a part of who you are.”

Mikel Ibarra: Pies in the Window

Exploring the paths between empowerment, acceptance, sexuality, and objectification…with pies.

“Live it Up” Podcast

Podcast conversations about life in the wilderness with the people who do it best.

Recipe: Good Fuckin’ Apple Pie

Celebrating America’s most iconic pie (and the dude who fucked it).

Book: Entangled Life

The inter-connectivity of life right under our feet may provide a template to save humanity.

Book: Orange Sunshine

Hash, acid, crime and love. The true story of the Hippie Mafia that turned on a generation, and left a legacy that remains to this day.

Recipe: The Joy of Cherry Pie

Combining a 90-year-old kitchen implement and a 40-year-old recipe to see if nostalgia is a key ingredient in a good pie.