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Too>Three October 20, 2011

Filed under: BROOK,Green Oz Creek/Tinsity,Quartz Brook,Uncategorized,Wealthy Mountain — baker Blinker @ 7:23 am

bb:

Hucka D., I went to the public library today and found a Bones DVD with the episode The Man with the Bone. Thought it significant, so returned with the wife after work only to find that someone else had rented it out.

Hucka D.:

Wallace[3] does not want you to find that yet.

bb:

So I rented 5 DVDs, the max at one time, with Bones not included among them.

Hucka D.:

What replaced it? Might be important.

bb:

Umm, not Singing in the Rain. Not Mr. Bean. Not Grapes of Wrath. Not Stonereader.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Stonereader. Mossman.

bb:

Maybe. But I’m thinking of [pause] nah, it’s not that other one.

Hucka D.:

You were going to ask of Wealthy Mtn. and Oz and The Portal. The Portal was opened by Lisa the Super Rich Vegetarian at The Aisle on Quartz Brook. She projected Her Self There as a Golden One. It is like the Black Lodge ‘cept it’s not. When she did this — projection — Tinsity became a part of the Oz Globe but within The Moon. That’s why Wallace3 was there, similarly from The Moon of Jeogeot. In this way, Oz and Jeogeot coordinate.

bb:

Interesting.

Hucka D.:

What of Michael Too and Brook Too?

bb:

Er, I don’t know. (pause)

Hucka D.:

You must find out.

bb:

OK.

Hucka D.:

To get to Three you must pass through Too.

bb:

Maybe I should find the Ethopian woman writer/diarist he spoke of.

Hucka D.:

What else?

bb:

Visit the other campsite. Michael One (?)

Hucka D.:

No one else really cares[ that much] about Michael. He has been quarantined. (pause)

bb:

Did he…

Hucka D. (quickly):

*Yes.*

bb:

He knew the magic of Lost Valley as well, then.

Hucka D.:

Absolutely. He spoke to spirits. Through the quartz, through the crystals.

bb:

But we should call him Michael Too.

Hucka D.:

Michael Brooks is the patron spirit of Wealthy Mtn., along with Lisa of course.

bb (after googling “Michael Brooks”):

So that should be his name.

Hucka D.:

Mike Brooks.

bb:

This is pre-blog info but also post-blog. Now.

Hucka D. (continuing):

Michael Brooks The Second.

bb:

What is the mystery of Lost Valley?

Hucka D.:

Hidden treasure. Out of inner city pressure.

bb:

Well I’ll be. New listing, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

All up in the air right now. A New Guy ghost deal-i-o.

bb (thinking back):

Michael Brooks, eh?

Hucka D.:

Grounded. Gold. Yellow. Grounded.

bb:

So that would be Skillet. Skillet Swamp, the [same as the] monster which guards the Gold.

Hucka D.:

These Too are One.

bb:

Oh, and that’s yet another source of the NEW (!)

Hucka D.:

New Guy, yeah. Needs to be taken to The River.

bb:

Who is Shark, then?

Hucka D.:

Society. Insanity. Inciety. Inner City. Pressure.

bb:

The thing that kills, that saps the life force.

Hucka D.:

The Black Behind. Sucking everything. There is nothing but.

bb:

‘Cept it’s not.

223. OMG, that’s the width of the image! AND, it’s 2.23 KB in size (!!). How is that possible?

MICHAEL TOO, BROOK TOO, WALLACE3/TINSITY

 

Herman Park October 19, 2011

FINALLY, a map of Herman Park showing all these fabulous locations I’ve talked about in this blog for years now. Included are the recently mentioned Wealthy Mtn. locations of

Tinsity/Green Oz Creek
Quartz Brook
Michael Too (Abandoned? Campsite)
BROOK
BROOK TOO or Brook Too
Lost Valley (BROOK flows through here)

Also included are the historic locations on CREEK or TILE Creek, including Hand Spring (source of TILE Creek), New Hope, Jonesborough, Meeting Rock, 1st Tree/Great Meadow, and Drink Lake.

Other shown locations, featured in their own blog sub-categories, are Gnirps/Fox Brook (far right) and STREAM (top), both on or very near limits of the park.

Frank and Herman Park crop up in many creative guises, including the Newton series collage “Frank and Herman, Einstein!” (also known as “Charles, Currier and, Burl”).

The flat top of Herman Munster’s head represents a particularly clear borrowing. The lightning bolt shaped scar on his head may also symboliz TILE Creek itself, from Hand Spring high up on Yards Mtn. to Drink Lake bordering the town of Boulder. Then again, maybe not. At any rate, it’s obvious that *Frank*enstein stands in for Herman’s immediate and similar-sized neighbor to the west, Frank Park. Is Einstein, then, Boulder to their south?

Distance between Yards Mtn. and Wealthy Mtn. on this map, the 2 major peaks within the park, is about 1 1/2 miles.

 

Pietmond > Wealthy Mtn. October 17, 2011

Still digging Pietmond, of course. Working slowly on Galactic Gallery, aiming for an opening within the month. Need to still work on some of the notecards groundside.

Another great hiking day in these here mountains, and, again, accomplished mainly on Wealthy Mtn., a focus spot this fall. Tinsity will obviously remain the highlight find, but I’m checking out all sides. Some samples shots from today below.

This particular one is on a stream tumbling off Wealthy Mountain from the other side of Green Oz Creek that, for some reason, I don’t believe I’ve ever visited until today. Amazing place, and the big discovery of this particular day. It’s a tributary or perhaps even a fork of what I’ve called BROOK in various places in this blog, which resides in the Lost Valley north of Wealthy Mtn. Rhododendron stopped progress in heading further downstream, but still quite a bit of the brook, starting at the source high on Wealthy Mtn., remains in relatively open woods, with the main problem in access being the pretty steep descent into this side of the Lost Valley.*

Outside of travelling around the lip of the thing, this represents my first foray into Lost Valley this particular fall. The majority of the valley will always remain inaccesible because of thick rhododendron.

A somewhat more remote meadow nearer the top of Wealthy Mtn. Again, I can’t remember walking down in this particular direction of Wealthy Mtn. for at least years and years.

Looking back toward the top through the dying or now dead weeds.

Same meadow looking west to east.

Glistening, sunlit rocks in open forest near meadow, next to a tributary of Green Oz Creek actually.

Flat, greener land near bottom of same meadow, perhaps a future camping site of sorts. Should I even give it a name?

I’ve decided to take another day off of work tomorrow for more autumn hiking. Can you guess where I plan to go? 🙂

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* Hucka D. later indicated that this particular creek is “Brook 2”, which shortly turned into a new name of “Brook Too” to match “Michael Too” just on the other side of the ridge. More on Michael Too soon enough.