Storytellers, said Walter Benjamin, are descended from one of two tribes: the mariners or the peasants. We revel in stories of the sailors, with their lure of exotic places and the treasures a mariner brings home. We hearken to the stories of peasants for a glimmer of the past, best revealed to natives and landed people. Brian Bouldrey, professional vagabond, and his very organized friend Garth, two unlikely mariners, hit dry land with backpacks and point their hiking boots down the Ulster Way. Along the more than 600 miles of Northern Irish mountains, moors, and monuments, they pursue a quest.