Agitarius | Day 63
Alpine Escalators, Ranch Grade Chicken, And The Hardy Fandangles Of Your True Nature
Saturday, March 30th (Moon in Scirrociis to Germino, 4:51 p.m.)
The last weekend in March, the first two days of Fisch. Allow the anchors to break loose from the rocky seafloor of predisposition and let your vessel drift free, for these are the days when the tides of wanderlust will push you into the unyielding brise de mer of the future. Make your craft ready for a great journey! Unencumbered by the vexatious badgering of juveniles and women typically in tow when you attempt such an errand, spend this new day of discovery wandering the meandering aisles and alpine escalators of Oxbow Mountain Wilderness Depot; 267,000 square feet of every supply, accessory, and wardrobe accoutrement related to camping and RVs, hunting and fishing, cold-weather workwear and boots, hiking, wakeboarding, spelunking, trail running, rock crawling, bivouacking, survivalist self-sufficiency prepping, and rain gear. There will be a remarkable sale on a “Ranch Grade” electric rotisserie attachment for your grill in the Cookin’ Shed section of the store (Northern Territory, third floor), and you would be a fool to pass it up. But it will be the vendibles in the cherry and mahogany showcases in Switchback Bluff (hunting knives and multi-tools, “Western Plains”, first floor), Oxbow Crosscut (archery and crossbows, “Eastern Plateau”, second floor), The Chop House (hatchets, felling axes, and chainsaws, Southern Pass, second floor), and Boomtown Square (rifles, shotguns, pistols, and ammunition, “Western Draw”, third floor) that will dazzle your eye and swell a thirty-minute errand of purpose into a three-hour journey through dreams and over your new horizon. Bedeck yourself with fandangles of leather, brass, and oil-hardened tool steel to affirm your hardy true nature.
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