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Tom's Creek Falls and The Mines of Moria

As summer recedes, I find myself shucking off responsibilities more and more to get outside. This warmth won’t last forever. The green will fade and go. 815 more words


Time for some trash talk

On my regular trail runs in the hills outside of my hometown of Orange, CA, I usually carry a small pack. It contains only one electronic device as I am an advocate of “ 610 more words

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Hiking Graveyard Fields

Overwhelmed with the weight of all that is going on in our world right now, I needed to retreat into the forest for some therapy. I wanted to use my muscles to climb and scramble over rocks. 925 more words


An Excellent New Resource for Those of Us Who "Wander & Write" (barefoot or not)

Paula Peeters is one of my favorite bloggers . . . I am always surprised and delighted at the creative glimpses she provides of her corner of the world (the outskirts of Brisbane, Australia). 349 more words

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Off the grid and barefoot with the grandkids in Big Sur

Another fun trip in the books . . . how blessed I am to have so many opportunities to travel this year (and how thankful for all the miles driven without incident . 312 more words

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Catawba Falls Hike

Last week my barefoot frolicking led me to the Catawba Falls trail in the Pisgah National Forest.  The trail itself is 1.5 miles (3 miles round trip) and passes several small waterfalls before ending at the 100+ foot waterfall, Catawba Falls.  650 more words


Barefoot hiking

It hurts to take the first step. How do people do this? The ground is cold and the rocks sharp. There must be a better way right? 40 more words