Just finished this book about Heimo Korth subsistence living in the Brooks Range of Alaska with his wife.
Sigh. My dreams of the last final frontier, the place of legends, Alaska.
I'm now reading 4,000 Miles by Boot, Raft, and Ski--A Long Trek Home by Erin Mckittrick. She and her husband backpacked from Seattle to the tip of the Brooks Range of Alaska, all on foot and canoe.
I'm wondering how my Alaskan friend is doing.
Haven't talked to him since the big blow out when he got funky-drunky and brayed at Hipster then stumbled home while his angry girlfriend picked up his phone and sent me a text blaming everything on me. Nevertheless, I miss him. I have no one to talk about my Alaskan-obsession with other than him. He's got that same fever about Alaska in his veins like I do.
Too bad he's got too many issues going on in his life. Oh, well.
What else is going on?
Finally, I figured out what Shawn from the gym's last name is! So I found him on Facebook, but he's never on Facebook and has all his security settings turned on, so I can't find out much more about him without just just brazenly asking him!
So, I'll have to pull up my big girl panties and do just that. I did make small talk with one of his nice friends from the gym.
I'm a firm believer that if a person's got cool, grounded friends, then that means that the person is probably cool and grounded. Then there's the Wyoming-sweet-little-artist guy. I say "little" because Sipsey and I think he's probably only 5'8", and that could be why he's hemming around with meeting. Short guys are touchy about their shortness like chubby women are with their weight. I don't think a guy has to tower over me just to make me happy. LOL.
Soooooooooo, we'll see. In the meantime, I'll just enjoy the ride!