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Message on a Stone.. Jesusita Trail

This is a sequel to my previous entry We Love You, Santa Barbara.

When I went to bed the night before, I planned to hit the trails early that morning. 221 more words

Dog Friendly Trail

Avoiding a Vacation Set Back: Day #4

DURING MY 2 WEEK VACATION, I HOPE NOT TO GAIN MY TYPICAL 5-7LBS. MY GOAL IS A DAILY POST ABOUT WHAT I DID TO AVOID A VACATION SET BACK. 315 more words

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Kicks on 66, Day 8: Climbing Kitchen Mesa at Ghost Ranch

July 5, 2014

The eighth day of our big summer vacation was the climax. Or should I coin the term “climbmax” since we ascended Kitchen Mesa at Ghost Ranch? 2,665 more words

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C & O Canal Towpath, Part I

This morning Karen and I walked the first seven miles of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal towpath, beginning in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington D.C. and ending at Lock 7, adjacent to the Clara Barton Pkwy. 260 more words

Oldwalkingstick's Jots On Jaunts

Goldensides - Tombstone Territorial Park

After two weeks on the Chilkoot Trail, we picked up a rental car in Whitehorse and did some hiking and backpacking in Tombstone Territorial Park. 253 more words

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Kicks on 66, Day 6: The Little River of Beans

July 3, 2014

Day 6 of our Kicks on 66 vacation was spent away from any of the various routes of the Mother Road, to the northwest of Santa Fe along the El Rio de los Frijoles in Bandelier National Monument and nearby overlooks of the Rio Grande. 1,760 more words

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A checklist for a Day Hike

As you start to explore places around you, the excitement and love for walking keeps on increasing. Over the years from a walk in the park, it changes to a passion for walking into villages, coastline walks, mountaineering and hiking. 295 more words

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