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Where there's a will, there's a way #3

[Primitive Technology]

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About Primitive Technology

“Primitive technology is a hobby where you make things in the wild completely from scratch using no modern tools or materials. 63 more words

Travel

The Wilderness, Birmingham

I don’t believe in fate, but if I did, I’d use The Wilderness as evidence as to why. The restaurant is a forced move; previously Nomad, a concise space where nature and provenance were key, short-lived when the lawyers from New York’s NoMad started stamping their feet. 876 more words

Birmingham

Alone in Paradise

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :
  • The landscape is vast
  • The wilderness is almost unlimited
  • On foot
  • It’s a challenge in itself…
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Travel

OPEN SPACE THEORY

Open spaces are important for the soul. We need the air, we need the vastness and the grandeur of distance to remind our hearts that perspective can heal a multitude of wounds. 349 more words

Breath

LIFE LESSONS FROM THE WOODS

More has been taught to me in the wilderness than any other place in my life. I don’t know if it’s just that I don’t learn very well in traditional settings, or if I just don’t get it in the normal ways… but often times a lesson that’s being taught to me isn’t understood until I’m strapped to my pack and my quads are burning as they push me up the trail. 1,242 more words

Processing

more reading notes, oh sow.

from, source text: ‘happy family’ (by) Tracy Barone

p. 232  and how a-scenery can adapt to your living needs; another

supplementary view

” … Tamar’s early-morning piano practice failed to rouse the crashed backpackers but drove Cheri to the great outdoors. 323 more words

not all those who wander.

all that is gold does not glitter,
not all those who wander are lost […].
(“The Riddle of Strider”, JRR Tolkien)

seven individuals whom God displaced in history: Elijah, Father Avraham, Yosef who became a prototype of Messiah in his suffering, Yiftach, Rabbi Paul and, largely because his murderous temper condemned him to exile in Midyan, Moses. 756 more words

Kambani Ramano