Monthly Archives: May 2016

I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore

It was easy, at the beginning to find the time, space and coordination to hike. However, after April we had a string of illnesses and family events and the hiking got pushed to the side. We still went on neighborhood … Continue reading

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Walking gets the feet moving,

Hike 7 was a truly special hike for me. My Mother’s Day gift from Elliot & the boys was a hike in the woods with a dear friend. The care and guardianship of children can be simultaneously exhilarating and exhausting. … Continue reading

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Hail all true and grounded beings

Hike 6 is done. The whole family hiked the Kame Terrace Trail at Lapham Peak.   We had a great hike. The weather was a bit chilly, but that really was okay today. Graham walked about halfway. I think he … Continue reading

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The sea, or rather the vast river of ice

Hike 5 took us to the Ice Age Trail Loew Lake Segment We had so much fun on this trail. The first part of the segment had a ribbon of pine needles as it’s trail. The yellow blazes on the … Continue reading

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A toddler’s mission is to explore

It is something that as parents we forget. Our children are driven to seek out everything. They hunt and scurry and investigate. They want to touch and taste; they yearn to consume and inhale all that comes within their purview. … Continue reading

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