Creek Crossing Farm
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... planning times to visit each other and see each other before next summer. The people I've met over these last three summers are some of the kindest, best people I've ever known, and more than ever I hope to continue those friendships year-round. Summer is fun, and I love my summers at OxTrad, but as Jim Basker so eloquently puts it, if we can hold on to those relationships and experiences and energy, life can always be like OxTrad.
... slowed to a drizzle and we were able to make it into Dulles still fairly dry. I kept checking my phone, not really believing what I’d seen, but it is true – the clouds remain, but the storm itself is predicted to hold off until later this evening. And that, to me, is a miracle! Forget locusts and fire and rivers running red – slow down a thunderstorm for my stupid scared self, and I’ll take it.
I made it through ...
... Zoomie competitions.
4) Sleep: Do it. Frequently. And in a bed, not in Larry's chair.
I think it's a pretty decent list so far.
One genuine suggestion I do want to make (and I'll put it here not because you necessarily care, but so I don't forget) concerns the welcome kits for check-in day. I know last year we decided handing everything out during check-in was chaos (agreed), but last year's running every item ...
... again, I'm not sure if I'll see as many spectacular landscapes as Patagonia. Now that I have all this hiking gear, I guess I have to make use of it! Here are a few more takeaways and things I would do differently:
- The W Trek was a good hike for Patagonia. Some serious hikers do the entire circuit (going around the entire national park) but that would take several more days and there are less refugios beyond ...
... headed back to the car and got some snacks, then headed back down the towpath. Right before the stop gate, we turned to get on Billy Goat Trail A, which heads out onto the rocky Bear Island. This trail is a lot of fun as it involves much scrambling over rocks and boulders and even a section where we would have to scale a cliff. The trail starts off moderate - rocky ground, but mostly flat and not ...