You have been hearing Robert Krulwich on NPR, off and on, for decades. Now he works at WNYC, as a co-host of the NPR-distributed science program RadioLab. What makes Robert so good? He has the talent for taking complex ideas and making them understandable…to anyone. In other words, he’s a natural teacher.
Okay, so here Krulwich affirms the old wilderness advice to stay put if you’re lost–particularly at night or in a blizzard. If you can’t see a steady landmark, here’s where you’re likely to end up:
Weather should be good this weekend for nice early spring hike. In the mountains or wilderness? Take a compass.