By Bob Difley
Having never been a celebrant of New Year’s Eve, when that date rolled around I tried to find a boondocking spot as far away from the insanity as possible.
I found that even one lone neighbor within a hundred yards or so could still disrupt the solitude of my campsite, so I sought to get completely away from others. It’s the curmudgeon in me.
I figured it was successful if nothing–except maybe a coyote’s howl–woke me at the stroke of midnight.
If you are also seeking solitude from New Year’s Eve celebrations, I hope you have found that little-used dirt road that winds through a hidden canyon and accesses the perfect–and quiet–spot to celebrate the beginning of a new year, hopefully an improvement over 2011.
Have a Happy New Year and a prosperous 2012.
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