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March 03, 2023


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Susan R

It's your eye for detail that makes every hike unique. Sure, the tourists come for the spectacular landscapes, but there's so much more there to enjoy.

Rosemary Carstens

Lovely post, Kathy. When I was doing a lot of hiking/walking outdoors, I tried to always remind myself of something a naturalist taught me: look up, look down, look all around. It's the same beneath the seas where sometimes the most amazing things of all are tiny, exquisite creations of nature.

Carol Christenson

Shoney and I read this aloud on a rainy Saturday morning and were delighted by your great descriptions and beautiful photos. Thanks Kathy!

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