The infamous bus in which Christopher McCandless, the subject of John Krakauer’s 1996 book “Into The Wild,” found shelter and ultimately died of starvation, was removed from the Alaskan wilderness via helicopter on Thursday.
Fans of the book and its subsequent 2007 film adaptation directed by Sean Penn have sought out the bus for years, risking their lives to do so. According to the U.S. Army, 15 people have had to be rescued and two have died on their treks to find what they call “The Magic Bus.”
One day I dumped some Knox Gelatin mixed with warm water into it, and it flourished.
I know nothing about house plants, being unable to have them because cats.