The Legend Of Mick Dodge, the Pacific Northwest Survivalist.
Twenty five years ago, so the story goes,
Mick Dodge walked away from the modern world, leaving
civilization behind to live with nature's wonders in the Olympic
Following a primal instinct present throughout generations of
his family, Mick ventured deep into the Hoh Rainforest, making his home
in the trees and hidden in the moss.
There's more here about the back to nature life of Mick
Dodge, a quirky character whose unique brand of Zen comes from living by
his own code. Off the land and off the grid.
And so the story goes, this wild man philosopher cleans his teeth with a pinecone...
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
Mike Dodge Lives In A Tree, Travels Barefoot And Cleans His Teeth With A Pinecone...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: barefoot wanderer, clean your teeth with a pinecone, hoh rainforest, living off grid, mike dodge, national geographic, pacific northwest survivalist, the legend of mike dodge, wild man philosopher, zen
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Don't believe everything you see on TV.ReplyDelete
Oh Gorges, haha, how can you say such a thing.Delete
I thought National Geographic were beyond reproach...
He left because his feet hurt! I love that.... ! Hurting feet are a sign of too much civisation - walking on pavements, squeezed into shoes etc etc. I love his story!ReplyDelete
Good on Mick Dodge for dodging a lot of unnecessary hoo ha in our society. He is probably younger than he looks, so I wo'nt call him old Mick. He has a friend with a cooker as he eats chocolate chip cookies. Always good to keep balance in your life......JennybeeReplyDelete
...yet he continues to bear the surname of an automobile company...?ReplyDelete
Dear Mr Studious Baker.Delete
Yes he does and he even has the Dodge marque tattooed on his left buttock but that proves nothing. I think if you resume your research you will find the name was given to him because of his ability to duck and dodge the many authorities who have been after him...
Here in the Pacific Northwest, we look out for Sastquash!ReplyDelete