#318 Walk Everywhere

10th July 2015 in A Walk In The Woods
#318 Walk Everywhere
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FreyFox 10th Jul 2015, 12:00 AM edit delete
Finally, a new story arc! That last one was huge...

Here in this chapter we pay tribute to the works of Bill Bryson and in particular his book "A Walk in the Woods", which is actually set on the Appalachian Trail rather than Mt Rainier National park. It is a hilarious read which I recommend, and we reference some of our favourite jokes in it too!


Jake Elmer 10th Jul 2015, 12:04 AM edit delete reply
What a coincidence
My Dad and sister are planning on a Camping/Deer hunting trip in the Fall
Warner Republic 10th Jul 2015, 12:31 AM edit delete reply
Warner Republic
Ha-ha!! He still believes we're lazy slobs. XD

Ohhh, Mount Rainier. They're going to my home state. I hope they will have a nice trip to Seattle also, my hometown. :D

Poor Reggie really needs to do something to put him back on his feet, with another wacky misadventure coming to him and Randall. ;)

I checked the archive. You're right, Keeny. Pretty long story arc. 23 strips, whoa!! :D
David31 10th Jul 2015, 1:18 AM edit delete reply
Hopefully this should be what Reggie needs.

Let the fun begin. :D
Zarpaulus 10th Jul 2015, 1:34 AM edit delete reply
I resent that stereotype. I walk around everywhere that's practical, since I got that Fitbit wristband.

What? It's not my fault I live fourteen miles away from my office.
Kangaar Foxfire 11th Jul 2015, 12:17 AM edit delete reply
Kangaar Foxfire
Ouch! A friend of mine only very recently had his truck impounded and had to borrow the money to recover it. He had until just this Monday to pay up. Coincidence here.

I've always adopted the "Skippy the Bush Kangaroo" motto (the live action series, not the animated one)- free to come and go as I please. So I walk a lot...
....althoigh the fact that my lousy depth perception would make me an atrocious driver has something to do with it as well.
Seizethemoment 11th Jul 2015, 2:57 AM edit delete reply
For the record, Mt Rainer is not an extinct volcano. It is dormant . . .
GoodKaptainKook 10th Dec 2015, 7:27 PM edit delete reply
Americans? Actually walking to places on their own two feet? When did this start happening? :D

You weren't kidding about the last arc being pretty long! :D