Wednesday, March 4, 2009


Today, the number of solitary cabin dwellers in the United States is approximately 3000. Of these, though the unmoored intelligence can easily come to judge itself a kind of forest god, no more than a dozen could be considered dedicated spiritual warriors. Three months out of the year, Barry Rink would leave his sojourn in civilized life to walk in the bear tracks at Salt Neck and join that list.