Good you are up and running. I was really having withdrawal. The old bones won't make it up anymore so I have to get my fix through the blog.
Wonderful! You are back.
It works, must be the sage.
Test received. AOK!
Good to see the mountain again! looks like a good test. HAGE
Looks like you have solved your technical difficulties. Great. Picture sure looks inviting. Only a couple more weeks and I'll be descending those steps!
Going to the top on Sept. 2
I hope you got it fixed miss reading the post!!!!
Glad to see this picture. Beautiful day to be on the trails.
Occasionally, but not that often, I meet someone right here in London, KY that has been to the Lodge or knows a little about it. I met such a person a few days ago, one that had heard of it. He asked me how one got up there. ( ! ) I said: you hike up. His response was rather negative. I believe that the accepted view by the non-hiker is that hiking is complex, difficult, and inherently frustrating. I just don't buy that.
Doug, I once told a colleague that I was taking a vacation. She asked about it, and I said we are going to hike about 7 miles or so up this steep mountain, carrying our supplies, and then spend the night without a shower or electricity. I still recall what she said: "you call THAT a vacation?!?"
Some folks just don't get it; if you have to explain, then you really can't.
So happy the tech problems are fixed . Like others, I depend on reading your blog every day to make my day. :-)
Re your tech issues, happy u r up and running. Pass to Henry, we met Andrew & Bretta on Trillium last week. See ya next week.
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