Fang Talks

[devving intensifies]

Imagine waking up to a different view every day.

If you’re anything like me, your eyesight isn’t the best right after getting out of bed. You’re still a bit groggy, not fully awake. But that also means you have the pleasure of watching the world grow more and more detailed throughout the first few minutes of your morning. Sharper, more vibrant, hit by that beautiful orange-golden dawn. It’s really pretty, but after a full cycle of seasons, you’ve more or less seen it all.

Wouldn’t it be cooler to wake up to a vastly different view every morning? Rising and shining in the shadow of a mountain one morning, enjoying the view it provides the very next. That humid, musty forest air for breakfast, or a fresh breeze delivered by lakeside. No morning would be the same, no morning would be dull.

One of the many, easily over-romanticized appeals of wildernis backpacking.
~ Fang

Comments

  • 24/09/2016 (11:43 PM)

    Maybe you could put your house on some sort of spin thing, like a lazy susan for the table, where you wake up every day looking out at a slightly different space around your house.

    That might be expensive. I think it would be great.

    • 25/09/2016 (11:23 AM)

      There actually exists a hotel here in the Netherlands, fashioned out of a harbor freight crane, that provides exactly that functionality!

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