Sierra Langbell, a professional photographer and hunter, fell into a dark place dominated by drugs after she was abandoned as a teenager by her mother. “The only thing that saved me was being outdoors,” said Sierra, who made a conscientious decision to clear her mind and forge a new direction. “I feel like when I walk in these mountains, it’s like I’m walking away from who I was destined to be.” Follow along as Sierra tries to fill her elk tag in northern New Mexico.
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