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No Homo

I told a story to a friend: “This past autumn, I went camping out by Bishop Pass: a rocky and inhospitable ridge in the Sierra Nevada whose landscape is as grizzly and striking as it is cold and indifferent.  The autumn leaves … Continue reading

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Camping Alone Sucks

I have come to learn: there are things I will never enjoy doing no matter how much I want to enjoy doing them. I speak of camping alone. I can’t deny there is a certain amount of appeal to the … Continue reading

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The Boy of Zion

There are two kinds of camping: White Trash camping and Dirty Hippy camping.  They operate under entirely different philosophies.  Dirty Hippy camping, for instance, revolves around the idea that man is one with earth and nature, and we can all … Continue reading

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