Monthly Archives: August 2015

More on Mount Gibson

All right – a few more photos from top of Gibson – and I truly thought I wanted to add a few more words. And perhaps I don’t. I can only say that I loved these two days and wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Mount Gibson

So – back from an overnighter on Mount Gibson. What a glorious hike! We set off from the trailhead at about 11 and got to the top at about 4.30 p.m. Naturally we stopped for lunch along the way and … Continue reading

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Packing

There it is – my tent – not where I’ll be pitching tomorrow, but pretty close. I think I’ve got this backpack packing down to¬†a science now. The¬†checklist is in my head and it’s an efficient one. I’m almost ready … Continue reading

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Low Anxiety

Granted, it doesn’t happen very often, but there are days when I wake up with a low level of anxiety coursing through my body. I suspect that a couple of decades ago, I wouldn’t even have noticed – it would … Continue reading

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Not working

First, thanks to Penny Poland for the photo – hiking on Mount Tzouhalem yesterday. Second – this was an interesting day. I am getting a taste of what retirement is going to feel like. I had a story to do … Continue reading

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Tour de Tzou

I don’t have much to report except for another lovely day hiking instead of working. It’s amazing how good that feels! Imagine, not working on a Monday! I could get used to this. So it was hot – much hotter … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Love

When I think of love, it is only appropriate that I post a photo of Abby. “Nuff said. But, more on the subject: today, being my official day off (off from both work and hiking), I have time to just … Continue reading

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