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Travel Log - Hunting, Hitchhiking, Painting & Getting Dirty: Traveling Across America


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Re: Travel Log - 2011 - USA


So I'm guessing you're Native American, right? I spent a bit of time on a few different reservations in Wisconsin and South Dakota, seems like this shit is in your blood. Seeing that berry soup shit brings back memories of hanging around my buddies place while his family did shit like that. I remember being 15 helping to skin pick-up truckloads of deer, preparing the hides, etc. So fucking cool for a kid from the east coast whose Dad shot two deer in 20 years to help with that. Rock on!

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Ah, sorry I missed you. You all have me absolutely hysterical. I would encorage and be delighted to receive any weird shit or whatever you pick up, or a letter or anything, from any of you. Or a visitor is always welcome. I hesitate to put this adress on here, but I decided that only something of more adventure could come from abandoning my more rational nagging of "don't do that".


265B Butts Road (yes Butts) Morton, WA 98356.


And make sure to put a return address on there if you want some form of respondence.


For now I will only have some more photos and less stories, as I am writing those mostly on the tyepwriter and writing twice is not as fun.



Pacific Nortrhwest, all those trees and wild strange tubes that feel like rubber and rot








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I don't know if it was some sort of children's graveyard, or where people put their baby stuff when they died, bjt it was not what I was expecting. There was not much of a path to the area, and it seemed overgrown with aspens and bushes and vines. IMG_1880.jpg


Definately one of the stranger moments. I moved my camp a few miles more into the woods after that.

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