Hippie Notes: Confessions of an Aging Forest Hippie

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Working and playing in the Angeles National Forest for over 30 years has meant that I have seen a seemingly endless parade of outrageous things that people do in the forest, and over the years I have had my fair share of wild animal and wild human encounters that have been mildly disturbing, to say the least. More
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Words: 32,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370267132
About Fredric L. Rice

Aging hippie, avid backpacker, hiker, bicycle rider, surfer, I have lived on and off the fringes of society for decades, at times dropping out of civilized society for years at a time. Now that I'm older with responsibilities I no longer live among the displaced, the homeless, and among those hiding from others however in my writings I hope to describe something of what life has been like for me up until now.

Currently I am a software engineer getting paid very good wages working on maintaining and repairing transportation infrastructure within the United States, putting my self-taught skills to work doing something positive for society in an effort to give back something of what I took when I was living on the streets, stealing food, being a public hazard. In this respects I am highly respected and well thought of among the nation's elite software engineering professionals, and have the approval and admiration of the outdoors community where I also volunteer my time and effort for the benefit of future generations -- assuming there are any.

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Review by: Michelle B on Aug. 31, 2017 :
Interesting for what it is, but I have to question: Are there any hippies existing today who are not aging?
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