So I was supposed to start my first semester at BYUI a week ago, and I guess technically I have. I am spending the next few months hanging out with Dave Holladay to study Stone Age living skills with him and am getting school credit for it! How does it get much better than that? Actually I feel really blessed, all my life I have wanted to find some wise old Mountain man and go apprentice to him. I never really thought that it would happen, but what do ya know, dreams come true occasionally!
Just to explain a few of the pictures; the first one with three rocks is my stone axe making kit consisting of a fine grain granite cobble (the axe), a hammerstone (olivine), and a sandstone grinding rock.
The one with sticks and fire is the inside of a brush wikiup I stayed in last night. The cabin is the Holladay home and the river is Dave’s driveway.
At any rate it has been a great start and I am excited to see what the coming months bring!
This is a part of my Life that you either forgot about me, or for my newest followers didn't even know about if you didn't scroll down far enough lol but I'm really hoping this means that boy is back in business. I know it's just 1 right now but practice makes perfect, also slow and steady wins the race.......Stay tuned! #420#cannabis#sativa#indica#hybrid#grower#stoner#stoneage#imback#lilbaby
Take Two - Day One.
So it turns out that if you simultaneously run empty on medication that you get every eight weeks after six weeks and then develop an iron deficiency to the point you become anaemic things like getting out of bed, work, and a photo a day project become difficult.
Fortunately I've been pumped full of drugs and ready to hit up take two. Games day was revitalising - this game of Stone Age where I had five more points worth of fun than the player that came second was especially so.