Has anyone read this book? I thought it raised some good questions. For those of you who have read it, I'm not trying to start a debate on whether or not McCandless was prepared for what he was doing or how stupid/smart he was.
But does anyone else feel the need to run into the wilderness when human relationships go awry? I have my entire life, and I have spent a significant amount of time by myself in the wilderness. Perhaps the issue is magnified by the fact that I have the Rocky's in my backyard and I can be by myself in the mountains in as little as 30 minutes.