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    Anatomy of an Accident

    Episode6 Gather 'round the campfire one and all; embrace a loved one or grab a cold one; smoke 'em if you got 'em and leave your troubles behind. It's time for another episode of The Dirtbag Diaries with Fitz Cahall:

    In May of 2007, I made a mistake that should have cost me my life when I slipped high on a Central Oregon volcano. I fell between 250-300 feet, over a cliff, through rock bands before grabbing a rock out cropping and stopping my fall. I'm still not sure how I stopped myself. Amazingly, I walked away with a sprained thumb. This week the Dirtbag Diaries presents the Anatomy of an Accident. What do you take away from a near-death experience? Is there meaning in it? If so, what does it say about our relationships with these mountains, these rivers and these oceans.

    Episode Six - Anatomy of an Accident (click to listen; right-click to download)

    Music from Episode Six:
    Birdy Nam Nam -- "Engineer Fear" from the album Birdy Nam Nam
    Elliot Smith -- "Needle in the Hay" from the album Elliot Smith

    Additional music provided by Patagonia's very own Sus Corez. Check out more music from Sus at her myspace page.

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