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Tue
12
Mar

Any Vancouverites want to meet up?

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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I have successfully journeyed north of the Wall into the wildlands of Canada in search of adventure and fortune, having triumphed over some suspicious and generally resentful Canadian customs officers.

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Mon
18
Feb

The Adventure Van

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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I am a bad polyamorous person.

I'm not bad in the sense that I don't talk to my partners, or in the sense that I want to control my partners, or in the sense that I want to have veto over who my partners have sex with. I'm bad in the sense that there lives, deep within my breast, a deep and passionate love for tiny, wildly-impractical two-seat sports cars.

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Tue
25
Dec

A Christmas Kitten

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So it came to pass that zaiah and I went camping in Puget Sound for our seventh anniversary last week.

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Wed
19
Dec

Stopping by the side of the road...

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zaiah and I spent the last four days camping near Puget Sound to celebrate our seventh anniversary, and to pick up the new addition to the household: a tiny blue Tonkinese kitten who will be a breeding tom for my kitten Kyla.

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Tue
18
Sep

Exploring the Great White North, Part 2: Morlocks and Navies

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Before I go too much further into the tale of our adventures in the savage, icy badlands of Canada, there is a small detail which I feel I should clarify.

The cities in Canada are not literally built in the clouds.

There is a common belief that they are; tales of Canada's sprawling cloud-cities permeate the folklore of nearly every industrialized nation. These tales, like many legends, have some small basis in fact. Seen from a distance, the grand cities of the Canadian steppes do appear to be floating on clouds.

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Thu
13
Sep

Exploring the Great White North, Part 1: Of Raids and Raiders

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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About a month ago, I made a decision that I would not be open to forming new long-distance relationships any more.

Within a week of making tat decision, I encountered an extraordinary woman named after the wife of Adam, who chose knowledge over obedience. She's poly and smart and has a postgraduate education in evolutionary biology, and she's strong-willed and vibrant and creative and beautiful and yeah, I was smitten.

She also lives in Canada. Life is what happens when we're making other plans.

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Mon
09
Apr

Boston Chapter 12: Pachyderms Gone Wild

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I didn't expect the elephants.

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Sun
25
Mar

Boston 11: When Hair Metal Attacks

Source Website: Franklin Veaux's Journal

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I have, as the regular reader will no doubt have noticed, been remiss in relating the end of the tale about the adventures experienced on the road to Boston. The parts concerning giant prairie dogs, rooftop wonderlands, Guatemalans, and the fury of Nature have been related already, but a cavernous hole remains in my tale, that of our experiences once we arrived.

Fear not, gentle readers, that much-needed hole is about to be filled.

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Thu
15
Mar

Practicality and being special

Source Website: The Poly Man Whore

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I’ve hit my limit. I hate the term “poly saturated” but at least we all understand it. And I do hate it less than “my dance card is full.” I do not have enough days left in my month to add any new girls. Granted, spreading myself too thin is kind of what I do, but wife plus five is too many. I stop hunting when I hit somewhere around plus three.

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swayjack
Tue
07
Feb

Boston Chapter 10: Pets and Cats and Pets and Cats

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As we closed in on Cincinnati, bearing down on the city like...err, two people in a car packed full of stuff, Hurricane Irene bore down on Boston like a a violent, tropical, cyclonic storm of the western North Atlantic, having wind speeds of or in excess of 72 miles per hour and powered by a thermocline along the boundary layer between ocean water and air.

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