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achillesforever6
Apr 23, 2012

#RXTREVOLUTIONFOREVER6


If you hate camping go camp in Bryce Canyon during August when its mostly 70 degrees despite being in the desert, the hoodoos are cool from a formation perspective, you can see Arizona on a clear day despite being in Utah, pronghorn antelopes like to graze and run in the fields, and at night you can see every goddamn star in the sky.

It's much better than Zion really because its much less easy to be miserable and die horribly.

achillesforever6 fucked around with this message at May 26, 2018 around 23:09

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Accident Underwater
Oct 21, 2005

Gotta give'em hell


Defiance Industries posted:

I hear this from people who live in bumfuck nowhere flyover states and I want to ask what kind of nightmare you think living in a city is that I need to take "breaks" from it.

It's goddamn amazing.

I live in The Bronx, I can hear the 6 train running while at work all day. The parks here are great but nothing is like heading out to the woods where it's dead quiet. Hell if I'd live somewhere like that, but it's good to change the pace.

VJeff
Jun 2, 2011

#HEKNOWS
#SCOOPS
#IGNOREMYPOSTS


Endless Mike posted:

It's 2018. There is very much internet outside.

Bad phone internet. Good and cool my laptop internet isn't.

Jenkem Delivery
Feb 8, 2005

Death created time to grow the things that it would kill

Accident Underwater posted:

I live in The Bronx, I can hear the 6 train running while at work all day. The parks here are great but nothing is like heading out to the woods where it's dead quiet. Hell if I'd live somewhere like that, but it's good to change the pace.

Yeah I feel the same way, I live in San Francisco right by a major thoroughfare so I get a lot of traffic noise. I go running in the big parks a lot and it is often quieter but it's not like being out in nature. Thankfully my family has a small older cabin in a quiet area about three hours away, so I can get away for a long weekend when I need to decompress.

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