"we’re all in the lab
GMO food, pesticide residue coated vegetables, nuclear fall out from Fukushima, not to mention smartmeters & smartphones. The electromagnetic prison is today’s technology ruling our lives 24/7. Our must-have digital life inside our gadgets keep us so busy within the city limits – shopping, tracked, monitored and entertained to the point of numbness.Choose to escape the matrix every weekend – outdoors! In the wild lands, on the back roads, car camping, day hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, mountain biking… you can dream of freedom for a day – if you can afford the gasoline to actually travel. Breathe fresh air, feel the sunshine, fish for dinner in a creek, learn to cook over the open flame."
Those of us who are retired can avoid the weekend outings and traffic and enjoy less hectic outings during the week. The website is TotalEscape.com, and I have been devouring info about places to go from Sacramento north to the Oregon border. So instead of the monster trips I have always loved, I think I will concentrate on shorter and easier ones for a while (if I can stick to it), and I'm going to try to find out of the way places.
It's hard to believe another weekend is beginning. It seems like only a couple of days ago I was going to the Saturday farmers' market. Nothing specific planned for this weekend, but I'll find something to do that won't cost money. This time of the month is when I slow down on the spending. I should set the ladder up and wash the windows on the outside, but I'm a little afraid of ladders these days.
Does anyone else have the occasional problem of reading a word entirely wrong? I do it more often than I'd like - today on a map I read "Trinity River Marina" as "Trinity River Marijuana" - and no, that is not where my mind is.
(I don't know why the difference in the type of the above quote, and I did what I could to try to fix it. I figure it's not worth spending a lot of time on, when I can't even load a header picture to fit.)