Scott Clemson loves his wide, open spaces, with plenty of empty between where he is and where he’s going. Lacing up his hiking shoes and hitting the trails makes him feel alive. “I’ll just go out exploring, sometimes with an agenda, but a lot of times it’s just going out and exulting in seeing wildlife and the scenery. It’s one of the things that makes me glad to be alive, in a human body, on the planet Earth.” One major reason that Clemson can explore the solitude of the desert, roam alone among the foothills and sometimes walk and run miles without seeing another person is because he is part of an expansive, unique and growing community. He doesn’t get together with the others for potlucks, game nights or even long walks. If he runs into fellow community members at the store, he doesn’t know it, nor will they recognize him. This community does not live in one city, or even one state or country.