I've been reading Desert Solitaire; will probably finish it this weekend. There were two times in my life when I just took off and backpacked or lived on the open road. I didn't get as back to nature as the author of this book, but I felt I experienced some of the freedom he talks about, although in more urban settings:

I always felt weird about national parks, and this book not only acknowledges all the issues I've had, but talks about how public parks use to be.

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