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Fire Adventure
(bike across Canada)

Water Adventure
(sail 'round the world)

Earth Adventure
(backpack the Andes)

Air Adventure
(to be determined)

Clive Webber
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
clive.h.webber "at" gmail.com

"It is better to accept the consequences of what you've done
than to regret not taking the chance in the first place."

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About the Stinky Feet Project:

The Stinky Feet Project is an informal non-profit project directed by Clive Webber, designed to raise funds and awareness for worthwhile charities.

Philanthropy needs not originate from millionaires; we all have the ability to change the world and inspire others. The Stinky Feet Project is a collection of adventures which aim to educate, entertain and inspire its followers. In exchange, funds raised by the adventures go directly to related charities who aim to improve the lives of others.

The Project exists to activate and inspire others through adventure and to promote and raise funds for worthwhile charitable causes.

Inukshuk of Tombstone Park, Yukon Territory
Photo taken 17 June 2004. Lat/Long: N64 26 W138 24

Inukshuk at the bottom of the world
Parque Nacional Torres del Paine, Chile
Made by Clive on 20 March 2006
Lat/Long: S50 58.130 W73 01.631
Inukshuk of the Pacific Ocean
Suwarrow Atoll, Cook Islands
Made by Clive on 28 May 2008
Lat/Long: S13 12.374 W163 07.550
Inukshuk of the Rocky Mountains
Mt. Broadwood Cons. Area, British Columbia
Made by Clive on 1 June 2011
Lat/Long: N49 14.731 W115 02.426

About the Inukshuk:

Created by fire, shaped by wind and water, and belonging to the earth, the effects of the elements combine to create a truly Canadian symbol: The Inukshuk.

The inukshuk (technically spelt and pronounced as "inuksuk", plural "inuksuit") is a deep-rooted symbol to the Inuit people of the North; a stone landmark and directional marker that signifies safety, hope and friendship. It comes from the Inuktitut language, literally translated as "something which acts for or performs the function of a person", or more simply from the words "person" (inuk) and "substitute" (suk).

When we find ourselves on the edge of civilization, the inukshuk appears on the horizon. It beckons to us, invoking our spirit and fascination of what lies ahead.

When we venture into nature, the inukshuk becomes a symbol of humanity, invoking confidence and strength.

When we return to the comforts of home, the inukshuk remains, marking the passage of our journeys and inspiring others to follow our footsteps and beyond.

The inukshuk is the official logo of the Stinky Feet Project

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