we’re all in the lab
GMO food, pesticide coated vegetables, chemtrails, nuclear fall out from Fukushima w/ the ongoing Pacific genocide, not to mention frequency bombarding 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, in the forest, in the desert, car camping, tent 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. Nature is free to enjoy, if you know where to look.
Hard core preppers can brush up on wilderness skills and learn to survive in the wild for more than 2 days – without electricity. Examine the night sky, memorize key star clusters, hike by moonlight, navigate harsh terrain without a vehicle, teach yourself how to use a real compass.
holiday trips: California
With gasoline near $4 per gallon on the West Coast and with the economic recovery is no where to be found, many folks are choosing their precious vacation time & destinations more carefully. Local trips, cheap and closer to home. Gone are the days when we could easily bolt away for weeks of vacation to explore the scenic back roads, burning hundreds of gallons in a single outing and dining at cute cafes along the way.
Total Escape can show you how to camp for FREE on the dirt back roads. Or you can find the smallest campgrounds, off the main highway. Gassing up the rig should be the most expensive portion of the trip. You really cannot include groceries in your trip expenses, since you would be eating these anyway at home. Grab your gear and enjoy a weekend away from everything and everyone. Outdoor recreation is what you seek. Spectacular scenery is what you desire. Fresh mountain air is what you need. Bring saw for free firewood. Bring good maps to avoid crowds and find smaller secluded camps.
drought year super dry
drought.gov can show you that the most of California is in severe drought conditions and the central region is now in extreme drought. Campfires are restricted in certain places, so contact the nearest ranger for updated info.
outdoors, local, rural