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Leave no trace?

July 18, 2014
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: what part of "leave no trace" do people not understand?

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: what part of “leave no trace” do people not understand? I picked up 27 pieces of trash during this morning’s run up and around Barham Ridge. Sigh.

Oh to move through the hills as easily as this mule deer I enjoyed watching this morning. I am not a deer, alas, and (double alas) my old nemesis left-knee-pain re-appeared about 1.5 hours into my hilly run. (Mumble grumble back to the physical therapist's on Monday.)

Oh, to move through the hills as easily as this morning’s mule deer. I am not a deer, alas, and (double alas) my old nemesis left-knee-pain re-appeared about 1.5 hours into my hilly run. (Mumble grumble back to the physical therapist’s on Monday.)

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  1. Kelly permalink
    July 18, 2014 3:54 pm

    I like your art but sorry that it’s garbage left behind by careless hikers.

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