Just because I am a hermit as well as live entirely alone on the side of a mountain doesn’t mean I hate people.

  • I don’t appreciate people in my space, true, but in general I appreciate people, it’s just that I can certainly live without them in my face.

That said, if I know someone needs help, or is in danger, I will simply whatever I can to help them. Because of this, as well as my remote mountain location, this means I have saved the lives of more than a few lost hikers as well as campers over the past 20 years. No 1 has the right heating when they come up here, because no 1 on this planet enjoys just how dangerously freezing it can get. There are a handful of other cute little cabins in this area, as well as they all have a fireplace but no electricity or modern heating in them. Usually the local deputy will let myself and others know if there are too many people staying around here, so I can check on them as well as make absolute sure they have heating if the weather gets too bad. I would about once every year or two I tend to find someone who doesn’t know how to start a fire as well as can’t use the indoor fireplace to heat up the cabin. I am consistently patient, showing them exactly how to do it so that they can supply their own heating after I leave. I know for a fact this measure has saved a life or two, as well as I even get birthday cards from some of those people to this day… You should never be so reliant on gas furnaces that apparently you can’t even start your own fire

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