Where the Hell is Matt (2012)
"a rose is a rose, it won´t turn into another flower just because it was grown using a diferent kind of soil or water."
"we don´t choose our path depending on the sins we carry, but instead must carry our sins on the path we choose"
"but I´ve come to believe errors, especially written errors, are often the only markers left by a solitary life: to sacrifice them is to lose the angles of personality, the riddle of a soul." house of leaves, Danielewski
From our library:
Life in the woods invites a keener awareness in all of us and over decades of research and adventure, Harold Gatty elevated this awareness to an art, assembling what is easily the most exhaustive and engaging book ever written on wilderness pathfinding.
From the shape of anthills, to the color of clouds, to the habits of sea birds, Gatty’s methods of navigation are diverse and ingenious, each one a tiny reminder of how clearly the natural world speaks to us, if we’re willing to listen.