Introducing BRC Local #613 and the Fungusamongus Rendezvous

Prometheus

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After many trials, tribulations, half-assery, and networking, our wild lands expeditionary/rewilding/ countereconomic guild has finalized as the Bokor River Company Local #613. As an emerging and expanding project sustaining our wild guildhall of rural revolt & feral festivity, we are having a sort of backwoods recruitment drive and foundational lodge feast in a secluded mountain valley on some of our autonomous territory in southwestern Oregon in morel hunting season and inviting dirty kids and other rugged vagabonds interested in taking their travel off the grid and practicing deurbanized rewilding skills & lifeways within a nomadic neotribal collective. Contact me or find Bokor River Company on FB for now to get in touch and find out more.

Fortuitous travels, comrades.
 

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