High Tea at Betty’s, York, England We arrived in York and pursued adventures anon…Cricket, Apache Rose, Gypsy, and Billy painted the town the first night at the Guy Fawkes pub […]
Few people have lived as many lives in one life as Jack London: hobo, sailor, journalist, autodidact, gold prospector, oyster pirate, world traveler, farmer, social activist, and the author of […]
“Because in the end, you won’t remember the time you spent working in the office or mowing your lawn. Climb that damn mountain.” ― Jack Kerouac
“I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet.” ― Jack London
I was seventeen and going nowhere fast. I still lived in my parent’s cellar and made attempts to show up for my Introductory Course to Literature at the Community College. […]
visit some outrageously beautiful cities and countries, from the Eternal City to the City of Light, from the Outback and the glowworm caves of Oz, to Arthur’s Avalon and the Rastafarian rhythms of Jamaica.
We at Feral Trek unanimously agree- and agreement of any sort among these miscreants and misfits is rare indeed- that Sir Richard Burton was the greatest explorer of all time. […]
“Go to the edge of the cliff and jump off. Build your own wings on the way down.” Ray Bradbury.
achy and mehitabel: an appreciation. An eighth of an inch of dust had settled on the boxes left unopened for thirty or more years, boxes of broken Christmas ornaments, toys, […]
A Feral quote by John Steinbeck. Feral Trek holds no religion, philosophy, or politics, except those loose tenets of the crazy Zen lunatic, but we do agree with every ounce […]