Today while I was going through and editing some photography I came across the photos below. Both were taken within seconds of eachother. Notice the UFO in the second one.
The bird is also in both of them, above the fisherman. These photos were not edited at all and it is kinda scary. What do you think?
Lately I have been playing disc golf everyday after work. As I have been improving my skills on the course im also realizing which courses are good to goto on which days in the Salem, Oregon area. For example Woodmansee Park in south Salem is good to play on a windy day as there are a lot of trees to block the wind. Along with the trees it also makes for a nice spot in any weather due to the trees blocking a lot of rain. So far I have not made it through the full 18holes and reluctantly have gotten rained out even on the first nine. Best score so far is a +3. Not too bad for a course with tons of trees.
When I moved into my new house I had no furniture. The weekends I would backpack with my hammock and TARP.so when i moved into my new house i decided hell im going to do this!
It took me a few days to draw up a sketch and think like an engineer. Took even longer to get the measurements for the actual setup.
So I started out by gathering five 12ft two by fours.
Premium wood from Lowes lumber dept.
I then fabricated this. So that after a long days work I can drink a margarita out of a coconut, and smoke that wacky tobacky, and live a peaceful easy life.
Being so open to options of many wonderful varieties.
Those choices choose future choices in a number of ways.
Being a gypsy has it’s advantages and it’s disadvantages.
Being a slave to the world in normal life with a gypsy soul sounds a lot like entrapment.
Part time slave full time gypsy is what I long for.
Any state, any country.
Where could one go with those options?
Hawaii bust—>island fever fear.
Still Endless possibilities.
2014 SAY YES
Climb mountains come spring.
Gear up and study them now.
Stay healthy, build muscle.
Wandering around a sage Forrest with the occasional juniper tree here and there. The darkness so thick I can barely see my shoes. Cell phone completely dead, headlamp lighter and everything left behind. A situation gotten into somehow and unknown. The car within a few miles but with endless desert road crisscrossing like brain waves. Follow one to the middle of a flat desert to a dead end.
What the fuck I ask myself, being an outdoorsy individual you would think hey bring some survival gear. Nope. Thought oh ill be okay. Well the trail we took led us to somewhere unknown. As darkness started to come upon us I started relying on my GPS on my phone. With the battery quickly fading I got a sight on where I should be headed. Towards the warm glow of the city of Bend. After a few hours of utter confusion, I realized the car had a lock button on the remote. So we started frantically pushing the button. Nothing not a sound. As I was wondering down a road a tall sign posted in the direction we should go. Half mile away but towards where we came from. We were very confused now. We headed back the other direction. Pushing the button all the time. Little did we realize that we were pushing the wrong button the entire time. It was to dark to see the buttons. Rescued. Beers were drank and bowls were smoked in thanks of survival.
Lesson learned… always carry at least a lighter. That way if you get lost at least you can stay warm or make a signal if need be.
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