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My first journal entry
entry by Happiedaze 
10/23/2006 5:06 AM

What is it about old, abandoned, unused and forgotten buildings and places that make me want to explore them? Some of my friends, when I tell them what I like to do in my free time react as though its the greatest concept they've every heard. Other friends look at me and wonder whats wrong with me. "Isn't that dangerous? Why would you want to go in there!" I usually shrug and say something like, "Its a piece of history... like stepping into a history book, except you have to figure out the story sort of..."
I love trying to figure out what the building was used for. I love finding things with dates.
I wish I could explore more than I do. Its hard for me to get out to explore very often, because I have two small children and if I don't have someone to take care of them for me, then I'm not exploring anything except dirty diapers and Barney. *Smile*
Anyway, this is the closing of my very first journal entry. I'm so glad I found UER and I can't wait to meet some fellow explorers in person and make some new friends.

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I'm way too old for this shit.

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Re: My first journal entry
< Reply # 1 on 11/23/2006 5:42 AM >
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I'm sort of in the same boat, as far as family commitments, although I have three

I can't complain too much, though, since my work gets me into some pretty cool stuff like dams and abandoned substations.

The missus and I trade off watching the rugrats, so one of us can get away on the occasional weekend. Any chance something like might work?

BruceL in AZ - GwogBlog UE edition - GwogBlog
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