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I have fully come to the realization that life isnt complete yet, Which is quite possibly the best thing for anyones mental health. Granted i have had dipression issues for years now. But I realized today that i want to take a trip, I am so sick of society visually. I want to go out and explore a foriegn country. Or some where in the states that is so visually beautiful that it just makes you stop for hours just to take it all in. Is this at all possible ? Can there be such a place ? I ant to be able to get away from everyone, I dont want to be a tourist i want to be a man on a mission. I want to be able to explore somewhere where its fully me and mother nature no one else. I want to be able to depend on myself only. I want to be able to go and set up camp on the edge of a lake and not see anyone for days. I want to be able to fully understand what this world has to offer for someone like me. Im obviously not the most fit however when i set my mind to something i can accomplish anything, Im in the mindset right now that next summer I am gonna make the attempt to take 2 weeks off of work and run away.

Im 26 years old, single, no kids and aside from bills i have absolutely no responsibilities. Why havent i done this sooner ? Why am i just now realizing i need to step back away from life to figure the path i need to travel ? Why do i feel the need to want to seclude myself from everyone else in the world ? I have never been a loner, I have friends on a daily basis asking/telling me i need to go hang out. But for what ? go to a bar to get drunk and hit on some chick ? No thanks!! Why is it i have no issue what so ever with being alone ? Granted i look for that one person in this world who is meant for me but what do i have to give them ? I have no stories of excitement, no bad decisions in my life, nothing !! I have barely lived. I have done some bad deeds but nothing that is totally criminal ! I have made poor decisions but who hasnt ? There is no such thing as an angel in this life and im just now seeing that. So what if i made poor decisions thats my choice. You havent ?

quote for the day
Robert M. Pirsig - “Even in the presence of others he was completely alone.”

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Comment by zac on April 8, 2009 at 1:04pm
glacier national park montana. jackson wyoming. the tetons are great and the norhwest in montana and wy is breathtaking
Comment by Anthony Leon on December 27, 2008 at 10:12am
Hey man. Come to New Mexico. I have the same situation and I could show you badass places like you've never seen in Maine. My Grandfather is from Portland, Maine, by the way. But anyways New Mexico would probably be like a foreign country, and the people here are great. It is time for you to take a journey to the desert to find yourself! There are forests, mountains, rivers, lakes, deserts all in a couple of hours drive. Did I mention shit is just cheap out here. think about it, unpopulated areas are beckoning you.
Comment by Frisbeeguy on November 14, 2008 at 9:16am
It does sound like you need a getaway. You're in your twenties with no dependents...you should take some trips. There are lot's of great hiding spots around N. America.
If you really want an independent crazy beautiful isolated experience go hike the West Coast Trail alond the Western edge of Victoria, B.C.
Everyday brings new experiences & possibilities...you never know what's going to happen during a round of disc golf!
Comment by John McMullen on November 13, 2008 at 5:23pm
Hang in there buddy! Find some time off and get away from the madness ... I do it all the time!
Fall/Winter is always the toughest time of the year for me ... takes some extra work to stay out of the funk!

Make some plans ... get out there ... find some peace and quiet.
Comment by kindofabuzz on November 12, 2008 at 4:35pm
Colorado. God's country.
Comment by Tino "SilverBack" Medina on November 12, 2008 at 3:54pm
washington state has some beautiful areas but check on legallaties, also the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina is visually beautiful. Good luck.
Comment by Nascar Dave on November 12, 2008 at 12:14pm
Beatz, I don't think you are alone in your endeavor.
But please remember to stay within your limitations on whatever you decide on. The kind of desolation required to be truly alone can be equally dangerous as well.
May I recommend Big Bend National Park in Texas.
Anywhere in Alaska if properly prepared would be ideal as well.
If you do ever find yourself in Colorado, Peter is definitely right about the course on Lake Dillon in Frisco, although they have removed alot of trees due to a certain pine beetle.
Comment by Peter Bonnel on November 12, 2008 at 10:13am
My I suggest a round of disc golf at Frisco Colorado at the course on Lake Dillion. I have a picture of the course on my page. Beauty is ever where. You just have to slow down and look. I live in Kansas, the Flat Lands, but the Flint Hills have their own beauty. To sit absolutely still and silent in a tree stand on a frosty morning and watch and listen to the world wake up. To sit on top of a mountain (or sea shore) and watch the sunset. Go to India and see the Taj Mahal. India is land of contrasts!

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