Waystation For The Weird

It didn't take me long to get started with 2015. While the TV appearance ended up being a disastrous failure, with Seph Lawless getting the spot I'd been aiming for, and the producer letting me know that he followed up with me by mistake after our interview, I had a few leads to follow and the potential for some huge adventures in the not too distant future. And especially in the winter, I get a horrible chronic case of wanderlust, and make lots of impulsive plans - this time, to spend a weekend in New York City and Cleveland to…

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I Love The Smell Of Asbestos In The Morning

And what a view it was to wake up to Sunday morning! We didn't even really explore this building much during the night, but in the blazing morning sun, it was a sight to see. This building was in even worse condition than the state park ones, but I don't even care, I like the further extremes of decay more than I ever would a pristine place that looked like it just closed last week. After this building, with it still only being 8am, we wandered back along the bike path into town for coffee and breakfast (bagels with lox…

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Kings Among Runaways

While I was in Zuccotti Park, I got an admittedly very unexpected call from one of the people I'd desperately tried messaging through the night, Yossi from Urban Odyssey, who was completely interested in spending a weekend at Kings Park! So we met in Brooklyn, waited a few hours for people we hoped might show up, and took the ride out there on the Long Island Railroad. Getting in was easier than we expected, with open doors on a building right in a state park! I felt right at home among the peeling paint, and thoroughly amazed to be in…

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