4. Beach Zombies: Finding the remains of a washed up horseshoe crab is not uncommon here, so when we approached the crusty, barnacle ridden shell of such a specimen which looked no less than 200 years old, we molested it with confidence….. until I flipped it over with my foot to find ten terrifying, angry legs flailing through the air, clearly attempting to eat my face off!! I saved the hideous creature’s life and walked it back into the ocean, and we all focused on lowering our heart rates for the next 20 minutes. 5. Fire-side Stories: There’s a certain high that kicks in when the s’mores hit the bloodstream and the smoke from the crackling fire envelops the space. Faint faces flicker across the smoldering pit; you recognize them as friends, but they glow now like orange specters in a sacred ceremony. This altered state of consciousness led to us somehow, some way, entertain the idea that cops had flown into the campgrounds via helicopter looking for a murderer on the loose (if this were anywhere but New York City, it would seem far fetched). This, based on two facts: we heard a helicopter, then cops were patrolling the campgrounds; two disparate, innocuous events which became the story of our certain deaths. We woke up alive, so the tale we spun was likely fictitious, though titillating (just wanted to use that word). This is already an insanely long caption, but suffice to say it was worth the trip! Take yourself there already!
Camped this weekend! Here are some facts and non-facts: 1. History Restored: Floyd Bennet Field was New York’s first municipal airport turned recreation grounds, but its roots are still intact. We discovered a hangar that actively refurbishes vintage municipal and military aircraft, some of which you’re allowed to climb into and then jump out of while recording a boomerang and pretending to be a paratrooper. 2. The Forgotten Shore: We hiked to Dead Horse Bay and Bottle Beach where at low tide, countless broken bottles, a few shoes and the occasional ambiguous animal bone litter the sand as relics of bygone local commerce. A beached vessel lays sunken in sand to its deck, graffiti’ed and forgotten, the perfect place to make wild, reckless love or to not, because it looks pretty gross. 3. Abandoned Warehouses: They have em’! We entered one, overrun with dank neglect, bats, and a girl’s bicycle. Creeping through the rear rooms, blackness all around, we found it was once a vocational school for adults, with yellowing pictures of vehicles tacked to the wall and a drab, sad blackboard. It could have been a level in Resident Evil, without the conveniently placed loaded weaponry... (Story continued on next post!)
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