hi /out/. I've never been here before; please be kind.
Looking to rent a cheap wood furnace cabin in the middle of nowhere (ideally in the New England area, but I can move around) for a literary month of isolation. Anyone have any recommendations, advice, experiences with similar endeavors?
pic unrelated because I don't really know what's contemporary on this site anymore.
Do you have any experience outdoors?
Have you ever been camping?
What food are you going to bring?
Is it near water or do you have to bring a month worth of water?
What are you going to do for fun?
Why are you doing this?
>Why are you doing this?
did you read his post?
OP I'd look up airbnb type accomodations, you can get some off the grid style cabins and stuff through there, which can be nice. no idea whether its possible in your part of the world though. dont know how "isolated" you're actually wanting to be. but if youre there for a whole month, it'd be good to get a place in the woods but near enough to a small village/town where you can go get more food from once a week/ every few days.
Also being a literary trip, you planning on writing by hand? or want a place that actually has electricity to use your laptop?
I'm actually primarily going to be reading and maybe keeping a journal. I picked up 14 boxes of books for free off a dude on craigslist and I want some time just for tearing through them.
So, in regards to electricity, I can work without it. My accommodations would be ideal if the main light source was candles and my only sources of heat being a wood stove/furnace. Just wanna read and chop wood.
>I've never been here before; please be kind.
don't say dangerous things.
>14 fucking boxes of books
>literary month of isolation
Sounds more like an eternal damnation to hell. Three or four GOOD books are more than enough for a month of meditations, if you have a sharp and balanced mind. Think about it.
Pic related is a good choice for a similar experience!