By Matthew Culnane

Etcetera #39: Horror, Berries, Jangle


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Matthew Culnane
Matthew Culnane
Hello. The article below by Geoffroy Delorme about living in the wild is particularly worthwhile, imo. The Etc. section has some things about cities and maps which are thought-provoking particularly if, like me, you live in a NIMBY-ish area on the edge of a planned city.
See you next time.

What Lies Beneath
Mud-caked feet, berries for breakfast and hiding from hunters: my life as a deer
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