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


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Re: Travel Log - 2011 - USA





It was all so strange... I had woken before dawn in the midst of salt piles destined for highways. I saw O'Rien, and looked through the scope of my 30.06 at the Pleides, and the story of the seven Blackfeet girls running from a bear into the stars was playing back and forth. I did not want to go back to sleep but i did not want to leave. I stayed there for some time and left before first light.



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I bathed in the river and refreshed myself, and I set the carcass afloat in the river. Looking back, I wish I'd saved the skull - but at the time it seemed most fitting, and I had enjoyed the feeling of cleanliness, which I knew would be spoiled quickly by the stench of rotting brain and flesh.

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So I camped out in the campground area, which i was loathe to do, but... I had noticed there were a couple of very cute young women camping near an open spot, so i chose to take the bait. I got set up, and when i went over to their camp, as I had begun a fire, and was preparing the meal, I could not think of a tactful or pleasant way to ask them to come join me for some dead bird i found on the highway, which was sitting on the grated fire pit with no seasoning or anything. They declined, and I defied my loins' requests to remain, as I had worked up a wicked appetite.





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Friends, there is very little in the world that I have found as much pleasure from as eating that which you have killed - or at least was dead when you found it.




I have had no bird, almost no meat at all, which compared to unseasoned pheasant.


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what is this tame shit?


ill need a skull bong or some slaughtered animals next time.


seriously though, how did you keep that phesant cold?


edit: also, what do you eat when they're no dead animals to be found?



I got it to a river about 5 miles down the road, and I told you dickswathing faggots that I'm taking the skull to a friend in NM who works with glass!



Hear here, Chokecherries!




Rosehips (don't eat the seeds - they give you "itchy bum" ) but the fleshy mealy outer parts are edible and very high in vitamin C

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