February 3, 2014
About Guerrilla Camping
Published on GNN, the initial response was overwhelming, at one point garnering over 80,000 readers a week. In march 2006, my girlfriend and I walked out of the city to find a place in the woods to settle down. Lacking internet access, and only having access to a computer as resupply stops, the blog fell off, with only a few new articles being published as we homesteaded an off-grid 40 acre parcel in the mountains of northern California.
A lot has changed since then, the girlfriend is now my wife, I’m now a dad, and far from being the carefree vagrant I was in my youth, I am a “professional” working in the fields of sustainability and renewable energy. I still have wanderlust deep in my veins, and fully expect to begin indoctrinating my son into the art of gracious trespass this year. I still have hopes to get this mess published, but until then, here is a table of contents for you.
- Guerrilla Camping 101.1 – The Blackpack
- Guerrilla Camping 101.1a – The Slack Pack
- Guerrilla Camping 101.1b – The Big Red Bag
- Guerrilla Camping 101.2 – Campsite Selection
- Guerrilla Camping 101.3 – Thought for Food
- Guerrilla Camping 101.4 – Guerrilla Conditioning
- Guerrilla Camping 101.5 – Burn Baby Burn
- Guerrilla Camping 101.6 – Dying of Thirst
- Guerrilla Camping 101.7 – Sight Unseen
- Guerrilla Camping 101.8 – Home is. . .
- Guerrilla Camping 101.9 – Playing with Petrol
- Guerrilla Camping 101.10 – Getting There is All the Fun
- Guerrilla Camping 101.11 – So Fresh and So Clean
- Guerrilla Camping 101.12 – Rails as Trails