Seeing that I haven't left the Toronto area except the small amount of time I spent in Washington I have not seen much of the world and I hope to have a career involving that sort of thing, travel and change seems appealing.
The most beautiful place I have seen and can appreciate the most is definitely The Cascade Mountains. Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens, Levenworth. All great places to visit. Though this was when I was very little it was the closest place I got that gave the feeling of complete liberty away from society, b/c to me the point of a holiday is to be away from rules, laws, hypocrisy, petty problems, droning schedules, insomnia, interdependence upon other people. One needs to see what the world is like in all its colours in order to know why go through normal lifestyle to begin with.
Hiking Mt. Rainier was the best way even though I was only in grade two. Yet these places are easier to remember than the average day b/c we want to remember what can be made the least connections of to the normative life.
What was your favourite place you've been to and why?:cool:
The WHY, first; The Arapaho range in Colorado, next, and my first recognized home in Swinging St. Ignace, Michigan; and out U.S 2 along Lake Michigan. My cat just died. I mean just. I'm no cat lover, but the cat liked me, so I reciprocated. We went back to Iggy last weekend, and the cat got left in the house. Pissed all over my blankets and my pillow, and I must have loved him because I only cussed him out. But, the day before yesterday, he came home all bled out, obviously hit by a car. We put about 130 dollars into xrays, and a few rough stitches, brought him home hoping he would heal up enough that we could patch him up right, but he got pneumonia, and went pretty quick. I think it was the little bastards down the street, but I don't know. Sure will be a lot of birds and little bunnies sleeping easier with Chester gone. But I'm bummed. He always used to come to me first, Meout, meal, mein. And now that I am kind of round around the middle I could really marvel at his grace and economy of movement. No big hurry. Plenty of speed to snatch a moth out of the air. I think I was allergic to him, and I am going to miss him anyway. There are too many people who don't take their relationship seriously, and I used to be one of them. I take it as a defeat to have to give an animal to the pound, or get them run down. Pets are easy to love, and people are difficult, but I would feel bad taking one of them to the pound too. Best; Fido