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


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Re: Travel Log - 2011 - USA


I have a .22 rifle with a scope and a .40 Desert Eagle (Baby or Jericho)

That Baby Eagle looks sweet! But I think the original question was about your camera? Pictures be looking crispy.


Extra moral props to you for going to Joplin and volunteering for a week...very respectable deed.

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I only got a fliick of one of the pieces I painted in Joplin, but the people who stopped while I was painting were just amazing... This was on the main street down right in the middle of the path of the tornado, there was just tons of buildings, I just picked this one and pulled up and painted my last day there. SO many people stopped. They would come up, tell me their story, and just start crying. It was amazing, definately a new experience with graffiti, I had never had people get so emotional and personal about it on a POSITIVE level! Several people just walked up and hugged me and gave me money and just said "do more like this, take this and buy some gas, and keep doing waht you're doing". It was really intense. There was another mural down the road and people would come up and just start crying! Such an intense day....




Oh, as per the skull bong...



Still in progress. I dried it out and got it ready, but right now it's been traveling with me right above and to the left of my steering wheel, facing the road. I am planning on taking it to a friend of mine in New Mexico who works at a glass factory. See what she thinks about what I can do with it, before I fuck it up, haha...


I have a Canon G12 that was given to me a few years ago. I also have an old 35mm my grandfather gave me that I need to be more active with.


Hahah these cows.. I can't wait to upload some video of them..





The dogs started barking and wilding out one night, and they were playing with this guy,



very humorous

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I spent a night in Colorado, and climbed up the Continental divide and summited Golden Bear Peak, which took about 8 hours up and down. What a view. I slept in an unused ski lift operation room and tried to stay warm. Found an old hoodie with a joint in it. Score...





Dinner last week

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As of January 2011, only six homes and one business remain, their owners having refused to leave at any price; the rest of the town's buildings (excepting designated historical structures) are scheduled to be demolished by the end of the year.


Picher is one of only a few locations in the world (along with others such as Gilman, Colorado and Wittenoom, Western Australia) to be evacuated and declared uninhabitable due to environmental and health damage caused by the mines the town once serviced.



think you made it just in time.

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