Happy Easter, watermelon people
This isn’t much of an update. I just built a table, and like a small child, I must now show it to you all.
An Inuit-design-based Arctic Windsled.
Long time, no speak. I hope you all are well, feeding your neighbors in this time of troubles and all that jazz.
This one is really long
I am sorry
Stay well, and don’t forget to get green things and art all up in your life, especially in this time of chaos.
Howdy, my peeps.
This is just a quick note to all of you, in appreciation for your continued existence and support. Thank you to all of y’all.
Winter is settling in; and with the shortening days it can be easy to fall into a slump. If you’re like me, and houses kill your soul a little bit, but you’re stuck because it’s freezing cold outside (and sometimes inside, too)… Here is a wee multiple-part series describing how I do wintering outside. This first part covers pre-trail preparation, clothing and footwear.
I don’t know
I just finished walking nine hundred miles through Quebec, from near the end of the Long Trail in Vermont, up to Forillon National Park.