a nomadic lifestyle mainstay: steerers of atmospheric homeships stretch and squeeze natures cycles to linger in a beloved time of day, season, epoch: “chasing is trying to stay in a sweet spot which is, itself, fleeting.” Longitudinal chase tilts the circadian clock, usually to maximize daylight — traveling westward during the day and (not necessarily symmetrically) eastward at night; latitudinally its a slower migration across parallels to prolong ones cherished season (often northern summer). Though rarely pursued to the limit (the City of eternal sunshine is a famous exception), chasing urges underlie many apragmatic itineraries — never perfectly retraced but always to an extent periodic, their blissful waypoints correlating with clock and calendar.

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