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Strangely inspiring and comforting, it makes the current state of the world feel natural.
Where would J-Gatz party if he were around today, and not, uh...fictional?
When you find the fare you were going to book just went up.
My second semester was everything I'd wanted from my first.
Everything was fried separately before assembly; be prepared to feel incapacitated.
I'm not sure I'd ever drive through Yellowstone; on a bike, I felt like I was going too fast.
You have to make freelancing into a full-time job, even when it isn’t.
Staring at the chips, I think what I'll do with my winnings in Ketchikan, the final port.
Aaron Hamburger's questions to help writers transcend the way they normally see a place.
"At night it looks like a glowing lantern."
And so began another epic struggle for my preexisting rights as a traveling blind man.
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would it be? What if you could go everywhere?
It was the first time I heard the howl of coyotes, the first time I slept under the open sky.
I got off my saddle and waddled to a quiet spot near a meadow and took in the scene.
I started rock climbing last summer. I wish I'd started when I was in diapers.
Sea stacks are the kind of rock formations you’d expect to see in a dream.
Transport yourself to a sun-soaked (and booze-soaked) flotilla in the Tyrrhenian Sea.
He kept our minds from wandering to the cannibal scene in Alive.