11/26 - Sunday night
Found Sirius ok. It’s about 10 miles from Amherst, MA. The place is pretty big - several buildings. Brice met me, showed me to my room and gave me a quick orientation. Then he invited me to have dinner with his family. He and his wife Deborah have three kids at the […]
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11/26 - Sunday night
After leaving DC, I headed up to New York for a few days to see friends and visit Ganas on Staten Island.
11/15 - Wednesday
Arrived in NY okay. It must have cost me $20 in tolls to get up here. $5 for a bridge, $3 for a turnpike. Ridiculous. Hung out with Tavit. He’s into video […]
11/10 - Friday
Fuck. Talk about another extreme [coming from a week alone in the woods]. DC reminds me of a combination of NYC and LA. Streets and cars everywhere and sprawling out to everywhere else. This place makes me want to smoke.
Everything this morning went fine. The drive out of Shenandoah National Park was long […]
A typical campsite setup:
My deer friend from the last day:
A panoramic view stitched together from several pics:
A view from the mountains:
Me at the end of the week:
Since my camera was busted when we got to Dancing Rabbit, I didn’t get a chance to take any pictures of my own. Luckily, Richard, another visitor in our group, had a camera and shared some of his pictures with us.
Kids playing on the hammock swing. Skyhouse (L) and Common House (R) in the back
We got to Lighthouse Park at sunset:
Benjamin’s pilgrimage to the Adbusters HQ
We saw our first cupcake store in Vancouver:
April looking cute
April on English Beach
After the first night, everything was covered in snow.
Good thing our tent was protected by some extra tarps.
The view from our campsite after the first day of snow
At night (and in the early morning), the water crept right up next to the campsite.
Other views from our campsite:
Kurt Cobain’s House
April writes her own message of adoration to the deceased. This park is in a small lot next to the house.
Here are our favorite pictures from when we camped at Nehalem Bay on the Oregon coast: