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by bryan wendell photogr a phs by trevor cl ark


Assistant Scoutmaster Michael


Brown was two steps away from freedom. Step one was easy. Kneeling on the banks of the Rogue River, Brown unhooked his Rolex Submariner, glanced at the dial one last time, and carefully tucked the watch deep inside his teal dry bag. And step two? Well, many adults find it difficult parting with their


iPhones for almost a week. But Brown would especially miss his. As the CEO of a California coffee company, his job requires him to monitor worldwide shipments and remain in almost constant communication with his customers and colleagues. Which is why Brown spent a long moment staring at the screen when the time came to power down his mobile device and place it next to the


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