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

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Friends and Fam - I am back. Misterraven and several others have dug me out of the homo dungeons of solitude and breathed fresh air into my woefully bankrupt lungs. Good timing - and thank you.  

@Fist 666You're in Ashveille?? That's awesome. I will totally come visit. You moved?   @misteravenYo you're in Montana? Fuck yeah. I am thinking of doing a Wyoming/Montana tour this Spring/S

Also thank you for everyone who's kept up with me the past what - five years? More? Y'all kept me going. More than family at times, seriously. Pictures and more to come soon \ - ANYONE IN :

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feral dogs looking alot less feral then the ones i have come across. those are great!

i too hoped the next photo would have something to do with the screwdriver, blood and the cat with a hole in it. keep it up and be well man!

i will for sure be one to mail something after your provide a list of things you might need or make you happy...

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Ohhh ! ONLY 15 MINUTES! Shit there's so little time fuck fuck, Send me things! Anythings, letters, pictures, animals, stamps, things to paint, things to paint from, sign me up for junk mail I don't care!



Shit I thought I would have more time to post more pictures and comments - I will leave you all with thanks and appreciation for being ever so encouraging on my adventures. I will not stay long at this cabin, maybe another couple of months. It is too cold and wet to be of any value to an oil painting studio...



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I had hoped to write more, but it will have to wait. I am trying to make one painting per day until the 12th where there is a show in which I hope to justify my staying here through the sale of poorly painted pictures subtley inspired by Toulouse-Lautrec and Renoir and Rauchenmberg etc etc, Here is an exquisite photograph of my dear landlord, as he sits in excitedness for the meal I prepared for us both! I must go now, but i will be back soon, to respond to everything. And it may well be said that such treatment as to my landlord will be given tenfold to any who write me letters or send me packages!


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I look forward to the packages - make sure there's a return adress so that I can get back to you!


I woke up early and saw my guest off quickly so that I could get back to painting.




Seeking I am honored to have you buy one of my paintings!! Send me a PM so that I can ship it to you or figure something out... thank you.



I spent sunday exploring my yard, I had begun to wonder exactly where my water was coming from, so I began walking and found a black tube that left the back of the yard, and wandered into the forest...



I found a patch of these,




Which I thought might be perhaps these




But I do not think they are. Or at least, I'm not going to find out, anyway...


I also found these,



Which I suspected could be these




I think that I was right, and I took the risk, crazy wild death defying berry eating risks of living in the woods. Luckily, I was right, I ran home and got my wild edible plants book and looked it up, and drove into town to ask some of the locals if this could be in fact Rubus fruticosus, which it was! and then I ate them.



I found a 2x4 nailed into a tree about 30 feet up, in the middle of the woods, about a mile down a trail from my house that followed the thin black tube..




I am thinking this will be my deer stand. A large Douglas Fir, I think, and was the largest in the area, I suppose this would make an excellent post.



And then, the sound of rushing water and birds chirping and fluttering,




I came out in a big field, after finding the source, and fed some of the chickens that ran up to me a bit of the apple I'd just picked up, fresh and sweet solid.

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