Today’s guest post comes from tim
i am so pleased that our blog has proven to be self sustaining.
i miss dale ad his notes on things like the planets being so close together last week that they looked like one. i dont like relying on the outside world to bring me my trail info. last week on my way home the guy on the radio was telling me and he was a weather guy not a planet guy but i guess he sounded the alarm for me.
our little family has taken form as guest bloggers with clyde is clicking on all 8 cylinders and sherrilee barbara and jacque cranking out the blogs.
we made it what a month so far. my ideas focus and unfocus as the days go on and if i dont hurry up and take notes they are gone.
what was that great idea i had?
dale has realized by now what it is like to be a normal human being with 24 hours of your own without having to dedicate 2 or 3 hours per day to tour merry band of blogmates who reside here on the trail. i have come to realize what a remarkable run 6 days a week for 5 ears truly was and am thankful for the ride.
i hope he returns but i think we have proven that we have the ability to start a conversation for the day and carry on in the baboon tradition. the old regulars the occasionals and the newbies. returns he old alpha for bringing us together
i remember the first physical coming together at the russian museum where i got to meet a fistful of baboons and the extension of the camaraderie was formalized. since then the rock bend the bbc the state fair the concerts and other activities (pj i want to meet up with you at the farmers market and learn your favorites and i am an early morning person so it might work and hmong village is not forgotten either)
sometimes the best stuff comes from unexpected sources and if you think about it too hard or too long its gone.
time waits for no one and the trail is a nice place to practice spouting off what you have learned and observed and thought about with those who stop in.
what do you wish you had said to who?