“Falterman is twenty-seven, and already something of an eminence in adventure-seeking circles. She has busked near the Amazon, hitchhiked around Scotland, and ridden a tandem bike from England to Greece. She got her pilot’s license before graduating from high school. In 2017, she kayaked the full length of the Missouri River, becoming, at twenty-two, the youngest person ever known to do so alone.” Next up? Circumnavigating the globe in a row boat. The New Yorker: Around the World in Seven Years (and One Rowboat).

+ I don’t always understand the reasoning behind name changes, but this one seems pretty obvious. Oregon’s Swastika Mountain Gets a New Name.