Tag: hiking

Cabin Fever

In my line of sight: an acoustic guitar, notebooks, a stack of yet-to-read paperbacks, a Nintendo Entertainment System (and a television), a window to a world of cooling temperatures and lightly falling snow. If only the skis were propped up in one of the corners — this would accentuated the gamut of feelings. The visible…

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Fourdaycation (Part 2: Friday)

My first road trip to the Adirondack Mountains in well over a year took place on the 19th.  It’s been a debate whether this was subconsciously purposeful, or if this was simply due to not having time or opportunity.  Denial was a factor, so it’s probably safe to say that the latter was simply believed for self reassurance.  I…

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Camping: It’s Time

As it stands–or shall I say sits–I am at my parents’ house now, relaxing after a family dinner–sans Mike and Erin–of salad, lasagna, and red wine–excellent Italian red wine:  Villa Pillo.  Thank you, mom and dad; this is one of the infinite reasons why they are awesome. On their porch, the veranda as they call…

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This Song is About You?

[My guitar in 2007.  I used to play the shit out of it.] Ex-Girlfriend Month April 2013 is ex-girlfriend remembrance month apparently. It’s been a meditative state of going through transitioning, accepting the inevitability of coming across dust bunnies of relationships passed.  This is what happens when you do spring cleaning, eliminating thises-and-thats of clutter not needed to continue…

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