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Inspired by Olly Moss’ “Firewatch” artwork.


The Cities Behind the Walls

The half-moon and the stars of the universe shone clear and bright, illuminating the meadow Grayden and his father had chosen for their campsite that brisk evening in late fall. 949 more words


And I'd like to thank...

Yes, it’s Thankgiving. I may be a Limey, but I do know, you know. I’m not going to use this blog to get overly sentimental (believe me, this is mild for me), and I’m certainly not going to get religious on you. 895 more words


The ins and outs of heat sources

I’ve been assured the welding job to be done on the Travco before November 8 was started yesterday.

After another month of restless waiting, I am again thinking about the customization to be done over the next 6 months or so. 770 more words


Hunters Help the Hungry

Before first snow hits this week, we had a campfire to enjoy dry ground and plentiful wood while conditions were still moderate.  With Thanksgiving finally here we had a lot of great things to reflect on. 419 more words


Camiguin: Ardent Hot Spring, Viola Halo-halo, Bonfire in Sagay (Day 1)

Just a little bit farther from the Walkway to the Old Volcano, we made our next hop.  Not to take selfies or buy pasalubong items, but to satisfy our hungry tummies! 734 more words