Who are these people?

Posted by Ken Campbell July 18, 2011 0 Comment 976 views

I know that there are a host of different ways to enjoy the outdoors and I am more than aware that not everyone shares my own beliefs on the subject. As my wife tells me from time to time, if two people agree about everything, one of them is unnecessary. I don’t expect that the rest of the world needs to come around to my way of seeing things and, truth be told, I have been known to change my mind as well, which would tend to raise questions about my own internal compliance.
Still, the scene out at Ocean Shores and the neighboring beaches on the 4th of July was an opportunity for me to watch the modern disconnect between man and nature at its most putrid. Even on the 3rd, a walk on the beach entailed cinders and spent casings falling from the sky during daylight hours and the Independence Day celebrations themselves were nothing more than grotesque. Whatever wildlife, as well as whatever hint of natural beauty that may have otherwise been in the area was gone, replaced by drunken, obese semi-morons with far more money than brains (and no sense at all about driving on sand.)
Not to be too morose, but I sometimes wonder how many more birthdays this great nation has coming.

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