This chapter is presented as a series of walks. In the first walk, queering, people discuss a few contemporary walkers, women, and particularly Indigenous women, and women of colour, whose methods of walking-writing defamiliarize the historical tropes of the lone walker drawing inspiration from the landscape. Artists and writers experiment with different methods of walking and writing including poetic structures, the body, and land. Latai Taumoepeau uses walking and performance to examine issues of climate change in the Pacific region. The road is hardened gravel and winds and twists its way through boreal forest and sharp cuts of the Canadian Shield. Surfacing is writing. Surfacing writes the body. Surfacing is "tentative, ephemeral, incidental though powerfully felt. Something atmospheric distributed across a geography of elements that swell". The activation device experiments with the walk and enables new ways of the thinking-making-doing.