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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Monday, January 2, 2012

Our World–New Year’s Day hike OR Life’s a balancing act

01 Gaelyn climbing fence to Weaver Mts (810x574)
Enjoying a hike into the Weaver Mountains where the rocks piled high remind me that life's a balancing act.  Second new year for...

20 comments:

Karen said...

hahahaha, I love that you jumped the fence even though it was posted.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

What trespassing sign? I didn't see no trespassing sign. Are you sure?? I'm not trespassing, I'm hiking! Hehehe... Loved your hike!

ain't for city gals said...

we have an 1 1/3 for sale in Wilhoit(with all utilities and septic in) and 4 acres for sale on the other side of congress...very reasonable considering what they all sold for about three years ago....this weather is perfect for hiking...and I am very lucky...I literally can go from my front porch!

dAwN said...

I love the balanced rocks! I hope you both find a huge gold piece!
Happy 2012!

eileeninmd said...

It would be so cool if you and Mike found a piece of gold. Now that would be a Happy 2012. Great photos, I enjoyed going along on your hike. Have a wonderful week.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I also loved the pic of the fence climbing.

Obviously the no trespassing sign only applies to Californians and people who live in cities.

Sylvia K said...

I agree with Yogi!! I love you climbing the fence -- what better way??? I'm keeping my fingers crossed for both of you to find a huge piece of gold!! Hope your new year is off to a good start, Gaelyn!

Sylvia

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Great post Gaelyn. I always think deep thoughts when I see those cairns (or a couple of times when I actually built one!)....but you express them so much better than I ever could. That's a perfect way to celebrate the New Year.

blog with no name said...

Ha Ha Ha! How many times did we climb over before we used the gate that's only five feet to the right? :)

Barb said...

What great rock "sculptures," Gaelyn! I like this hike. We're lucky to live amid wilderness, gold or not.

KB said...

Beautiful pics. My OWT is up too.

Happy New Year from New Zealand.

Carver said...

What a great hike to have close by. I love the rock formations.

trav4adventures said...

Oh, I loved how you went over the fence..hehehe! Hey, I have 5 horses. Let me know when you want one! (just kidding...) We are looking to retire in about 5 years and are scouting out areas already. Like you, we need some LAND!

Martha Z said...

It reminds of the area I used to hike In Southern California when the boys were small. Now those hills are covered with houses. I couldn't live there anymore.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Visiting from Our World Tuesday --I love the wild open spaces in the West! Imagine starting another gold rush?!

Bibi said...

Ha! My favorite is the first photo....atta girl. And I have always loved those balancing rocks.

Arija said...

Dream big and start small-ish. I'm sure you'll make it.

Moannie said...

Do you know, Gaelyn, l think l would get better there. even the veri word is telling me

exufflut: actually like it better that fecker. XXXXX

Just Jane said...

Such a beautiful way to start a beautiful new year.

Splendid Little Stars said...

looks like a wonderful place!
thinking about settling down, eh?!

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