Category Archives: Outside Time

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Stream of Thoughts about Moving, in the Garden

Written over the course of a few weeks, with a few minutes at a time, on the ranch, on the NAU campus, and around Flagstaff. I’m only 23. I’m young – maybe just a year or two older than the … Continue reading

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Post-ADK 2: Brooklyn Musings

15 November 2013 Parkside Café, Brooklyn, NY The best food is made not by those who learn, but by those who know. I’m in a small café in Brooklyn: Hispanic, Latino, and Caribbean cultures create this place. The food might … Continue reading

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Ranch 7: Evening Writing

Written 31 March 2014 It’s late in the day – nearly 1830, and the sun is setting. I haven’t been out here during sunset yet. It’s an odd feeling, sitting here amongst the plants, as if I’m a counselor going … Continue reading

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Ranch 6: Djinn on the Road

I saw a djinn this morning. On the road coming back to headquarters and the gardens from helping Derrick re-start a dead (well, dying at the time and possibly alive now that new parts are installed) truck, out on the … Continue reading

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Special Events

From my journal, 11 October 2013, Johns Brook Valley. My eyes are drooping while I read, so I’ll write for a bit before hiking on.  This morning was a fun one, with a few pretty cool incidents. The first was … Continue reading

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Day One: Trailers, Butchers, and Heads

Today was my first day on the farm. Apparently I’m more skilled than most other interns they get here, and will therefore have more of an eclectic time than most other interns.  This includes empathizing with farm animals (thank you … Continue reading

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Trans-ADK Photos

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I realized I never posted pictures from my Trans-ADK hike.  Unfortunately I didn’t have my regular camera, and the camera Scott lent to me had such a small card that only a few pictures could fit on it (and I … Continue reading

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Roads of Consciousness

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I’m visiting family and friends in the Boston/Cambridge area, and decided to break from writing post-dated journal thoughts from my aborted hike to write a John Gardner-esque entry about the city – or at least what is the most urban situation … Continue reading

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Spoken-word on Impact

I wrote this spoken-word poem on my bushwhack up Catamount Mountain.  I’m not sure what the immediate inspiration was, besides the relevance of the snow on the ground to the first few lines, but this idea has been in my head for … Continue reading

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A Summary

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What follows is a  summary of my four-and-a-half days and 65 miles on the Trans-Adirondack Route, a 235+ mile longitudinal trek across the entire Adirondack Park.  I accomplished approximately 65 miles, and learned so much more than one might expect … Continue reading