nor a broken arm (atop Mt. Mansfield) could stop
|Pedro and MaryAnn heading up |
to Journey's End shelter to meet C & S.
are the music
of the trail.
And sometimes, what you see
reflects the heart of nature.
|Lonely hikers, rest assured, |
visitors from across the universe
hike the Vermont Long Trail.
Long Trail Kilt
Left to right, starting at top:
Susan and Carol, Pam and Maeve, Pedro, Bonnie, Beth, and Craig, Mary Ann, and Ira.
My hiking pole was a foot longer
the year I started hiking.
|SPECIAL brownies to celebrate. Minty too.|
|Rapids crossing. |
Hope the rope holds out.
|Pam leads the way.|
Tight rope walking is
a valuable Long Trail skill.
|Susan, it's not a tug of war!|
|These boots were made for walking|
and that's just what they did.
|We are all so very proud of you Susan and Carol!|