Solo Backpacking at Piney Creek Wilderness -- After a busy week, I made a snap decision to go backpacking. [35 Pictures and lots of words]
Day Hike on the Busiek Yellow Trail. Today we decided to take one of the easier trails, and spend a bit of time looking around. [30 Pictures]
Gnarly Tree. I love the shape and look of this trail-side tree. [3 pictures]
Beginning of the Hike [2 pictures]
A warm break in the weather sent us scurrying out to get some miles on the trail, this time we opted for Busiek's Orange Trail. [18 pictures + Map]
Trees and Sky.
Ginger and Gary on the White Trail at Busiek [12 pictures]
Saturday I attended a Christian Formation meeting at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Clinton. [6 pictures]
Inner circle, outer circle, circle of friends, circle of trust, running in circles, circles ... everywhere.
This photograph is begging to have its story told. Which is appropriate given the name of the venue - Storybook Barn. I wonder what the story might be?
In 2010 we went from car camping to hiking and backpacking in six months. I reflect on what instigated that change, and how we are going to keep on getting out. [8 pictures]
Our plans for viewing the eclipse were to go backpacking and watch the eclipse from the Mark Twain National Forest [17 pictures]
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