It seems in the early days of the Meanders, most of these Maunderings would deal with the subject of time. Upon re-reading some of the old stuff, it seems I was obsessed with the ideas of time.
Not so strangely, I'm still obsessed with time. Somehow, it seems to be thinner and less substantial than it used to be. Can anyone remember what it used to be like to have enough time to get bored during the long summer months? It was just a few years ago that I thought I'd put all of the Meander hikes online, with printable maps to the trail-head, interesting features, history of the places, and maybe anecdotes about events that have happened on Meanders on those trails. This was going to be a summer weekend project.
Nowadays, I find myself unpacking my backpack from one Meander only just in time for the next one (OK. I never was particularly organized. Or as I like to say: "Organization is my middle name! But 'Lacking' is my first.")
Well, enough time wasting here. I'd like to invite you to attend Saturday's Meander, and have a good time!
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|Corral Canyon South, where we stopped at a new spot with a view of the sea.|
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