Inside Out

First Impressions

Seemingly free

Seemingly free

After 7 months in the wilderness I have returned to a different wilderness with its own rules, dangers, and beauty. I am shocked by the noise and the hassle. Anchorage seems to be designed for cars being divided into blocks of avenues and streets. Wide and noisy. I am using a key to lock my door, like everybody else here… I did not have a key for a year…

highrise

Corner Offices

I see lots of signs telling me what I can do and what I can’t, mostly what I can’t. What happened to common sense. I am nobody in this town, anonymously walk I through the streets. I see many faces glued to a flat-screen device. Finally, one thing that is not very different from living at the lodge. There must be happiness radiating from these little devices.

 

anonymous

Anonymously

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