I’m just some guy that likes to share his observations, stories and pictures with friends, ones I know and ones I don’t. So in that positive spirit, here’s hoping you find something to tickle your fancy. Everything I have written here is true- it’s just not necessarily all factual. There is a difference.
I’ve criss-crossed this country many times, and have never failed to find amusing, interesting, heartbreaking and illuminating experiences along the way. Every place has a story and a history.
At the moment, I may be located in the midst of a major city, but my heart is somewhere far, far away from all these cars, bus stops, jobs and other abominations. Not that the city as a concept doesn’t have a purpose- largely to serve as a counterpoint and reminder as to why we need wilderness and open space to keep us sane, even if we never set foot in it. I love it for what it is, and I love wilderness for what it is- the world as it ought to be, and something to aspire to.
Oh yeah, all rights reserved, you have no permission to use any content of this site or subpages; get at me if you really want to. Just might allow it. No promises.
As for the picture? Greenhaven is awesome. Other things that are awesome:
- Kyuss – “Sky Valley”
- Brant Bjork – “Jalamanta”
- Godspeed You! Black Emperor – “F# A# ∞”
- Infectious Organisms – “Human Experience”
- Faith No More – “Angel Dust”
- Ingmar Bergman – “The Seventh Seal”
- Danny Boyle – “28 Days Later”
- Francis Ford Coppola – “Apocalypse Now”
- Bent Hamer – “Factotum”
- Nelson Yu Lik-wai – “All Tomorrow’s Parties”
- Edward Abbey – “Desert Solitaire” and pretty much everything else
- Walter Miller Jr. – “A Canticle for Leibowitz”
- Marcel Theroux – “Far North”
- Ursula K. LeGuin – “The Dispossessed”
- David Mitchell – “Cloud Atlas” and “Ghostwritten”
- Lynd Ward
- Rockwell Kent
- Eric Drooker
- Josh Keyes
- Evan Hecox