Wednesday, July 12, 2017


Every month my friend Tom leads a full moon night hike at Whitesbog.

And every month it is cloudy.

Which can make for some dramatic sunsets.

But poor views of the moon.

We ended the walk in a brief drizzle while watching lighting and fireworks in the distance. The main storm passed north of us, which was good as we didn't get drenched and bad as our gardens could use some rain.

By the time I arrived home, the sky had cleared and the full moon was lighting up the yard. A very nice way to end the day.


1000 Mile Challenge update: as of this writing I have walked 691+ miles, which is approximately 100 miles ahead of schedule.  I should hit 1000 sometime in October. So far it's been much easier than I expected.

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