Aug the Seventh
Hey there Journal, hope you’re doing well today. I’m… a bit disappointed, to be honest with ya. I spent the first half of my day cruisin’ through Iiron Heights looking for a shoulder to pull over on, but there were none. It’s just as well, the woods over there didn’t really speak to me. Too rocky, too hillish. Is what it is. I hit Keaton up before I left, too, and he never got back to me. Not even a no, just a lapse of answer. He’s probably just busy, I’m not taking offense or anything. Just a little disappointed.
I got back from The Heights a few hours ago, spent those hours on The Foothill. I overreacted a little bit yesterday in saying that the only good thing about being out there was the nostalgia factor, I think, because today was pretty chill once I got out there and continued smoking. I still want to find a new spot though. Mayb–
Oh, Keaton just got back to me. Yeah, he was busy.
Anyway, maybe Dantez Furnace will prove more worthwhile. Driving around town in and of itself wasn’t too horrible – I rolled up a few joints, brought a few Strange Music CDs out with me, plus a R.A. the Rugged Man album from almost a decade ago, the one with the Tech N9ne/Krizz Kaliko feature. Driving around high is the next great American pastime, I swear. Oh, and on the way back on Sawblade I saw what looked like a dirt road going off into the woods. It was off one of the bends about… three quarters of a mile in? You don’t notice it unless you’re lookin’ directly at it, one’a those bad boys. If I think of it I’m go’n’a check it out tomorrow, but that’s if I think of it. I’m so high all the time I can hardly think at all.
Which isn’t a bad thing. Trust me.
Thank you, Journal. ‘Preciate ya. Good sleeps and good dreams~
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