Thursday, April 3, 2014
The Adventure: March
But the man and his family moved away, and then back again, and then the man passed away. His family scattered to their own homes, up the hills and further beyond.
It was a pain to find this place, but I'm glad I went and checked it out. This area was a wilderness rather than a cow pasture back in the day, and even today it's rather frightening to realize that you could be one empty tank of gas away from civilization (read: the one gas station for MILES) while no hope of calling for help. There are horror movies based on this concept, you know? But it is such beautiful country, I can't help but think I'd like to stay there for a while.