evannichols (evannichols) wrote,

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Camping: Yet Again, The Bears Don't Get Me

Our Paleolithic ancestors used to walk all day, hunting and gathering, until they dropped from exhaustion well after dark, and they'd just lie there, covered in muck, while staring up at the beautiful night sky and wishing that they'd been born after the invention of the Internet.

I went camping with my family at Spicer Meadow Reservoir, which has "scenic" oozing from every orifice, but it's inconveniently located about 6,700 feet above sea level, so the air is barely adequate to support human life. I was, therefore, kinda spacey and lethargic the entire time I was there. I'd like to write a proper post about it, but for now, here are some photos from the trip:

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