"Dale Pendell’s account…confirms the gaiety and sprightly insight of our free human community, naked or clothed, muddy, dusty, clustered or soclitary, sharing and being. Is this old-time paganism or a hint of some future utopia? For sure it’s in the present moment and Dale brings it down to hearts and minds."
—Gary Snyder, poet
"Like everything, it’s all in the sensibilities, and Dale’s are acute, perceptive, funny, profound, twisted, and decidedly anarchic. If that’s you, you’re holding a treat in your hand. If not, go back to Scarsdale and have a gin and tonic."
—Peter Coyote, actor, author of Sleeping Where I Fall
"Bravo! Viva! Whoopee! I found it to be of the page-turningest philosophical travelogues ever."
—Rob Brezsny, astrologer, burner, author of Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia