William Blake was quite a guy, just reading a summary about his life was very interesting. In his own way he was like a mountain man in the middle of early 1800's London, quite independent of what most others were thinking.
Men and mountains meeting usually results in damage to one or the other. Wonder what great things Blake was thinking about?
Sorry, we had the last cabin before the Deschutes wilderness area, so the search and rescue teams always mobilized from our place. I never cease to be amazed at the short-sighted stupidity of mankind. It's dangerous out there! People die all the time!
Here's hoping WB meant women too, and that he is literally right this week while I'm on a writing retreat in Denver, with a view of the Rockies out my west facing window! Thanks for this inspiring quote.
I had to use this image from Remington--it's the same one from a t-shirt I'd bought many years ago, on a visit to see the Rocky Mountains. The caption was "You meet the nicest people in the mountains."
Wow! Sounds fabulous...okay, now I'm jealous... Hoping for "great things" from your writing there!
Yes, one of your stories about that cabin sparked an important scene in "Kidnapping the Lorax."
Oh, thanks for this. I admit I don't know much about him!