The other night, most of the Byrdcliffe Fellows decided to head off towards Overlook Mountain for a night hike. Fellow James Adelman brought his camera. There was a full moon. We could hike without flashlights, hopping over brooks and logs — even in the ambient darkness that stuck under the tree canopy.
I’m already off to a summer of research, testing ideas, and re-jiggering assumptions. There’s no better place to do that than in the woods – with very little internet access.
After the Fellowship, we’re traveling further afeild to research more land. Further afield is even more distant from 21st Century communications technologies.
Please forgive any delay in messages that result.