Posts Tagged ‘joshua tree’

  • Suicide and Pirates by Andrew Allport

    Jun 20, 18 • 1703 Views • Locations2 Comments

    My father taught me how to climb, just as he taught me how to play guitar and ski—badly, I could say. But that isn’t quite right. Perhaps impatiently or unevenly. As a teacher, he managed to combine a sense of high expectations with a stunning lack of...

  • Icons In Danger and Desert Medicine by Birch Malotky

    Mar 27, 18 • 2428 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    Joshua Tree National Park is a refuge. I don’t know if I’d decided this by then, sitting folded into the crook of Cyclops Rock, but I felt it. The stone bench was smooth, from water and wind and hands and feet and seats, narrow enough to let our legs...

  • J Tree Dreaming by Brooke Sandahl (from the old school photo essay)

    Jan 7, 18 • 625 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    Steve Byrne on Equinox, Joshua Tree – CA (1986) Photo and Essay: Brooke Sandahl Note: This is included in Sandahl’s photo essay for Volume 8, The Old School Issue. All photos by the author. Because I grew up in the Pacific Northwest, the amazing...

  • Enter The Hobo by Hobo Greg

    Oct 24, 17 • 2102 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    How did this happen? I grew up in Queens, New York, and New Jersey after that, and now I’m a lean, mean, rambling, brambling psychonaut of the extreme. I grew up dreaming of space travel, of mountains, of running away and hopping onto a train, just like in...