Tuesday, March 9, 2010

New, Old Trail

Looking out over Highway 24 and Crystola (Lost Creek Wilderness on the far horizon), and the brilliant green lichen waking on the rock in the foreground in one of the first signs of spring.

There is a wondrous trail that has been blocked off but now has a new way to access it. Much of it gets more sun exposure throughout the winter and so is less icy and crusty and often fairly clear (save for the inch of powder that fell last night).

It is one of the joys of life to get to re-experience the gifts of things once known and loved in a new time and a new way. That was the soul of this morning's run -- six miles through the snow on a lovely highland trail.


  1. I just found your blog! I used to live in Cascade not too long ago and right after I moved to the Springs, I got a MBTI and even though it's been since Dec. 2008 when I was in my accident I plateaued and Ray the Rolfer was suggested by my chiropractor!!!! I am so glad you did your journal online. I am going to read every post!
    Thanks, Michelle

  2. Dear Michelle,

    I'm sure Ray will help you out, and feel free to email if you have any questions about the various things I've found helpful.


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