Personal Reflection: It may be hard to wrap your head around this one. It was for me.
Gerald wrote a fictional letter to Karl, the survivalist, from his friend George Prell and contemplates daydreams about a minimalist lifestyle for survival Continue reading “Dream Darbs: The Darb Tribe, How They Could Live–an Attempt at an Interview”
Personal Reflection: Gerald studied a variety of subjects and made connections between them which most of us wouldn’t have thought of. In this fictional letter from Karl to his friend George, he praises a certain Indian tribe, the region they lived in, a breed of dogs, and others who lived a minimalist lifestyle. Continue reading “Caddo Indians, Carolina Dogs and Drop City”
Personal Reflection: One of Gerald’s obsessions for a while was Black Soldier fly larvae as beneficial insects. He bought an expensive contraption to raise his own.
But when it became necessary to clean up his old place, the thing was accidentally pitched into the dumpster by someone who thought it was a potty chair.
In this fictional letter from Karl to George, Gerald raves about what he was learning at one point. Continue reading “I’m Leaving You Herbert and I’m Taking the Grubs With Me! (Or Garbage In, Pure Food Out)”
Personal Reflection: Escaping and hiding from pursuers was on Gerald’s mind a great deal. This fictional letter from Karl to his friend George suggests using rappelling skills to do that as well as having strategically placed survival supplies at the ready. Continue reading “Rappelling Retreat”
Personal Reflection” Gerald had a much different way of looking at things. In this fictional letter from Karl to his friend George, we see an example of this as it relates to our survival mindset or attitude. Continue reading “Love as a “Weapon””