With a break in the storms, we have a moment to reflect on the last week of events and to prepare for the weather pattern that’s headed our way next week. 696 more words
Tags » Creeks
The un-retouched photos from a walk on the creek reveal how we might “see things” there. This shadow always looks humanoid, and comes festooned with riffles, dazzles and leaves. 585 more words
Date hiked: 11/12/16
Mileage: 8.4 miles
Head Count (how many other hikers I saw): 1 hiker and his dog.
The Corbett trail and the Dallas trail share their route the first .9 miles of the way, climbing an immediate series of switchbacks to and above the red sandstone cliffs bordering Highway 550’s northbound lane. 518 more words
I’m actually surprised I haven’t written about this song yet, but enough time has passed that it’s about time!
“You’re my peace of mind…”
That time we drove the rental out into the Oregon back woods, ‘where are we going?’, ‘does it matter?’, that little path we found to the creek, you looked like you were fishing upstream walking barefoot on those cold creek stones, I looked like I was drowning -terrified I might be, we crawl through the moss, you look like a real nature warrior, ‘does it look like this where you’re from?’, ‘no, does it look like this where you’re from?’, ‘no,’ 55 more words