RE: [Hammock Camping]Tnx. Risk
> I have done a lot better with the long nights this year thanIt's not so bad down here. We get at least 11 hours of daylight even on the
> last. I go to bed as early as I feel tired. I read for a
> while until my eyes will not stay open any longer. I try to
> accept the night and demonstrate this by refusing to look at my
> watch either at bed time or anytime in the middle of the night.
solstice. When I was hiking in Alaska and the Northwest Territories, it was
> I get up sometimes and stay up to listen to the night or (ifOh! I would just love that! Midnight serenade...
> alone) to play NA flute to the darkness for a while.
> When I run out of sleepiness sometime early in the morning, ifI'm a strange animal. I have chronic insomnia in the 'real world'. When
> it is not beginning to get light, I pull out my book or journal
> and work on it for a while. When light can easily be seen, I
> begin the breakfast and camp chores of the morning.
I'm out in the woods, I can sleep whenever I want to.
> Sounds nice. Sometimes I have conversations in the winter withYou're just about as weird as I am. I'm glad.
> the stars of Orion. Rigel and Bellatrix "get into it"
> sometimes and I break up the arguments, helping them to become
> good constellation mates again. ;) Or so I imagine as I
> sleepily look up and remind myself of their names. I suspect
> that Saiph may not have everyone's best interests at heart and
> I quiz him on his recent travels and what weapons
> he might be carrying.
It's all just pieces of you.