Frank Van Zant doesn’t sound like the name of a famous Native American. That’s because he wasn’t really a Native American. In reality, he was just a hippie. Living in the western US and taking road trips across the country like many Americans of his generation did. Zant was a WW2 veteran from Oklahoma and … Continue reading Thunder Mountain Suicide
I was asked a lot while I was stopping at interstate gas stations in the middle of nowhere. “You’re really alone? Thats awfully brave of you.” the clerk would say, knowing that I am obviously not from around there. Watching the landscape change and hearing the accents evolve simultaneously. It was fascinating, and as I … Continue reading I drove from Central Florida to Central Oregon myself.
I’ve been traveling now for two months and it feels a lot more like six. It’s exhausting business and traveling has allowed me to notice some behavioral issues I am having. It’s frustrating, I notice myself when I continue falling upon patterns that ensure some kind of disaster. Does it take a while before that … Continue reading Traveling across the USA and waking up in the Pacific Northwest