1 hr 16 min

Cabin - Ep. 3 The Relentless Picnic

    • Philosophy

“Most men, even in this comparatively free country, through mere ignorance and mistake, are so occupied with the factitious cares and superfluously coarse labors of life that its finer fruits cannot be plucked by them. . . . Some, not wise, go to the other side of the globe, to barbarous and unhealthy regions, devote themselves to trade for ten or twenty years, in order that they may live—that is, keep comfortably warm—and die in New England at last.” —H.D. Thoreau, Walden, “Economy,” 1854.

Cabin is the new season from The Relentless Picnic. It's one story told over multiple episodes. It's a story about solitude and isolation, community and loss, Henry David Thoreau and Ted Kaczynski—and it's told through audio recorded throughout 2019 and 2020.

New episodes weekly.

Support us at patreon.com/relentlesspicnic for access to a ton of bonus content.

Our web site is relentlesspicnic.com

SOURCES (Ep. 3):
- Walden; or, Life in the Woods, by H.D. Thoreau (1854) ;
- The journals of Henry David Thoreau (1837-1861): bit.ly/36Lxavm ;
- “Ktaadn,” by H.D. Thoreau (1848): bit.ly/2CSXvga ;
- The Maine Woods, by H.D. Thoreau (posthumously, 1862): bit.ly/3icJ5HO ;
- “Early Retirement Extreme” by J.L. Fisker (2010): amzn.to/2ZpEZn2 ;
- Ben Gaddes: appalachianben.tumblr.com, bengaddes.com, & bit.ly/2ZA4CBZ ;
- Henry David Thoreau: A Life, by Laura Dassow Walls (2018): amzn.to/2B22qdw ;

FURTHER READING:
- An excerpt from "On Trails" by Robert Moor (2016), on Thoreau and Katahdin: bit.ly/3gbBibC ;
- “What Happened to the Thoreau Spring Plaque [on Katahdin]?” by Howard R. Whitcomb (2015): bit.ly/31u79jq .

“Most men, even in this comparatively free country, through mere ignorance and mistake, are so occupied with the factitious cares and superfluously coarse labors of life that its finer fruits cannot be plucked by them. . . . Some, not wise, go to the other side of the globe, to barbarous and unhealthy regions, devote themselves to trade for ten or twenty years, in order that they may live—that is, keep comfortably warm—and die in New England at last.” —H.D. Thoreau, Walden, “Economy,” 1854.

Cabin is the new season from The Relentless Picnic. It's one story told over multiple episodes. It's a story about solitude and isolation, community and loss, Henry David Thoreau and Ted Kaczynski—and it's told through audio recorded throughout 2019 and 2020.

New episodes weekly.

Support us at patreon.com/relentlesspicnic for access to a ton of bonus content.

Our web site is relentlesspicnic.com

SOURCES (Ep. 3):
- Walden; or, Life in the Woods, by H.D. Thoreau (1854) ;
- The journals of Henry David Thoreau (1837-1861): bit.ly/36Lxavm ;
- “Ktaadn,” by H.D. Thoreau (1848): bit.ly/2CSXvga ;
- The Maine Woods, by H.D. Thoreau (posthumously, 1862): bit.ly/3icJ5HO ;
- “Early Retirement Extreme” by J.L. Fisker (2010): amzn.to/2ZpEZn2 ;
- Ben Gaddes: appalachianben.tumblr.com, bengaddes.com, & bit.ly/2ZA4CBZ ;
- Henry David Thoreau: A Life, by Laura Dassow Walls (2018): amzn.to/2B22qdw ;

FURTHER READING:
- An excerpt from "On Trails" by Robert Moor (2016), on Thoreau and Katahdin: bit.ly/3gbBibC ;
- “What Happened to the Thoreau Spring Plaque [on Katahdin]?” by Howard R. Whitcomb (2015): bit.ly/31u79jq .

1 hr 16 min