Dave and Liz, partners, live in Slab City, despite objection from their relatives who believe they should be in treatment facilities for mental illness. Claire Martin photography, 2009
Dr. Sheila Randolf moved to Slab City after her husband died and is now veterinarian for…
Camping; facing the wind.
Feeling all too safe; sleepwalking
(now and then)
There’s something to be said about a foundation.
(a strong one)
and there’s something to be said about a dedication
to a flimsy one.
A road trip or an expedition?
A day dream or a premonition?
Take baby steps (toward big steps)
Take what you want (need) from this and (life) everything.
Smirk and scoff when you’re smirked (and/or) scoffed.
Biting your tongue (off) now;
not sleeping at all somehow.
Coffee brain like a crack cocaine flame.
(do not condone)
Unwind your sanity to keep hunkered down
in what is real and more full-heartedly genuine
than any other known human experience.
(get read about)