In Spring 2019, I spent 2 months on a 1,500 mile self-supported bike ride around places of socio-ecological significance within the borders of Utah. I visited relatives all around the state, interviewed farmers and authors about what it means to “Live off the land”, read books about the very places I was riding through, returned to sites important to my childhood, and found new-to-me places to which I will keep returning. Along the way, I captured a series of black and white film photos representing land-use practices I witnessed. The images were printed through the traditional silver-gelatin process and mounted on textured paper with the location names letterpress printed below. This series was finished during the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, and never exhibited.