My winter hike in Lake George, NY
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1 week, 1 day ago

I travel to and photograph Cole Mountain in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains in the snow! It was quite an ordeal to reach the top, and absolutely freezing once up there. I only had about an hour to shoot so didn't get to experiment quite as much as I'd liked, but things still went well overall.

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1 month ago

Gold Butte area @ Little Finland

1 month, 1 week ago

So as I try to calmly wait for the inauguration to pass without descending into civil war, steve and I go out into the winter wonderland of Chittenengo Falls to tempt fate...

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1 month, 2 weeks ago

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1 month, 2 weeks ago

I found a Christmas tree while anti-flab hiking. This wasn't deep in the middle of the forest or anything. But it was way off of the hiking trail and super far from any parking lot. Why someone would decorate a tree where very few people would even see it is beyond me. Unless it was Bigfoot. Then it makes sense.
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2 months ago

Castles and spires abound in this wonderland of rock/sand art

2 months, 1 week ago

Gold Butte area near Mesquite, NV

2 months, 2 weeks ago

This was my first trip to Long Lake in the spring of 2020.

2 months, 2 weeks ago

Most of my trips were in the Oregon Sky Lakes Wilderness and the Oregon PCT

2 months, 3 weeks ago

My Dog & I hiking in the Catskills mountains, NY
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2 months, 3 weeks ago

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3 months ago

Miami Fort trail, located in Shawnee lookout park, follows the walls of an ancient Hopewell earthwork. The fortified hilltop was included in Squire and Davis' landmark work "Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley" published in 1848. While the ancient fort is about 2000 years old, the hillside has another unique historical aspect. Over 300,000 years ago the hill was covered by a pre-illinoian glacier. It left a mix of gravel sand and other till atop the hill. The hill somehow avoided being destroyed by the following two glaciations. Now the well drained soil on top of the hill is a great environment for Pawpaw trees.

Shawnee lookout park 2008 Lawrenceburg, North Bend, OH 45052

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Roadside Geology of Ohio by Mark J. Camp https://geology.com/store/roadside-geology-ohio.shtml

Ancient Monuments of the Mississippi Valley by Squier and Davis http://earthworks.site/index.php/component/content/article/32-research/65-ancient-monuments-of-the-mississippi-valley

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Pre-Illinoian Glacial map by Ohio Department of Natural Resources https://ohiodnr.gov/wps/portal/gov/odnr/discover-and-learn/safety-conservation/about-ODNR/geologic-survey/glacial-geology/ice-age-in-ohio
Pre and Post Glacial River maps by J Russell Boulding: https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Post-EPI-2-drainages-of-Teays-Mahomet-River-in-Ohio-Indiana-and-Illinois-Coffey-1961_fig15_326693635 and https://www.nkytribune.com/2020/07/our-rich-history-ice-age-glaciers-shaped-the-site-of-newport-climate-change-will-always-have-impact/

PawPaw, Black walnut and Buckeye photos from Wikipedia and Google.
Ohio glacial deposits map Ohio geological survey, 2005, Glacial map of Ohio. Ohio Department of Natural resources.
Till photo https://slideplayer.com/slide/4553139/
Continental Glaciers (Ice Sheets) and Illinois Glaciation. Published by Laurel O’Brien’ Lithic breccia wikimedia illinian aged glacial till https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lithic_breccia_(Quaternary;_Flint_Ridge,_Ohio,_USA)_2.jpg
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Indiana Glacial conveyor https://igws.indiana.edu/IGSMap/GlacialFeatures
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4 months, 2 weeks ago

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4 months, 3 weeks ago

Date: 29 Jun 2013
Time: 6h (with kids)
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 11km
GPS Track: https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/bujaruelo-san-nicolas-ordiso-cabana-4756039
Easy and beautiful route, full of waterfalls, stunning views and fun with kids.

5 months ago

Date: 27 Jul 2013
Time: 8h (with kids)
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 10km
GPS Track: https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/fragen-litro-fragen-5045096

5 months ago

Date: 21 Jul 2013
Time: 8h (with kids)
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 12km
GPS Track: https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/cotefablo-pelopin-yosa-oto-broto-4893723
Very nice path, with spectacular views. The children have enjoyed it to the fullest. After reaching Pelopin, going down towards Yosa, we were caught in a heavy rain but in the abandoned town we have taken cover until the rain has stopped.

5 months ago

Date: 23 Aug 2014
Time: 6h
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 15km
GPS Track: https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/asin-de-broto-picos-las-coronas-7631376
Pretty easy hiking. Be careful there are no water sources on the way so take plenty of reserve water. The sun hits a lot above and there's no vegetation.
The views to Ordesa and Pyrenees mountains are spectacular from the 3 peaks: Las Coronas, Suerio and Fobions.

5 months ago

Date: 22 Aug 2013
Time: 10h
Difficulty: Easy, but long
Distance: 29km
GPS Track: https://bit.ly/30uIz0H
Nice hiking route, easy but long, with beautiful views over Broto Valley.
Return route from Ayerbe de Broto is long walk on a forestal road and can be skipped if you have somebody to take you with a car.

5 months ago

Date: 21 Jul 2014
Time: 6h
Distance: 17km
GPS Track: https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/toronzue-y-navariecho-circular-desde-linas-de-broto-13527141
In general lines, this circular route consists of two well-defined sections, one along a good part of the ridge in the Toronzué mountain range and the other along the bottom of the valley that at the foot of Tendeñera drains the Suaso ravine.

In practice, almost all of it is easy to walk, with the exception of the section of slope that we are forced to use to join the north face of the Navariecho with the high prairies of the valley. It is a passage of very decomposed rocks to which is added the fact that the snow accumulates until very late.

Therefore, in addition to paying special attention to said small space, which I have indicated in the track with a WP "Difficult Hillside", I recommend programming the circuit in an anti-clockwise direction. Facing this specific difficulty of the climb will always make things easier.

Whoever makes use and total or partial monitoring of this track and its additional information, assumes full responsibility for the risks inherent to the practice of the activity, since this information is for guidance only.

5 months ago

Date: 4 aug 2015
Time: 3-day trail
Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 30km
GPS Track: https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/bujaruelo-brecha-taillon-goriz-faja-pelay-10410712
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Long and very beautiful trip, but doing it in 2 steps it's more pleasure and have plenty of time to enjoy the views.
Day 1 - San Nicolas de Bujaruelo (1400m), Puerto de Bujaruelo (2300m), Ref. Serradets (2600m). 8km, 6h, 1200m elevation gain
Day 2 - Ref. Serradets (2600m), Brecha de Rolando (2800m), Pico Taillon (3144m), Ref. Goriz (2200m), 9km, 9h, 600m difference in altitude
Day 3 - Ref. Goriz (2200m), Cola Caballo (2000m), Faja Pelay (2150m), Senda de los Cazadores, Pradera Ordesa (1350m), 13km, 7h

5 months ago

Date: 1 Sept 2014
Time: 3 days
Difficulty: Easy, but long
Distance: 29km
GPS Track: https://bit.ly/2SoYyce
Awesome excursion! Long, but without difficulty. It is recommended not to carry a lot of load. We have done it in 3 days (stages).
More photos and videos at http://www.mariadana.com/viajes/2014-brecha-de-rolando-gavarnie/?lang=es
Day 1 (9km) - Bujaruelo - Puerto de Bujaruelo - Ref. Sarradets - Brecha de Rolando. Start 9:00 - End 17:00
We have started (me and my 12 year old daughter) from San Nicolas de Bujaruelo, early at 9am. The path begins with a fairly steep climb to the first electricity pylon. Then it is smoother on a stone path. Then you enter a very long valley where we find marmots. The last piece of the valley rises stronger to the Puerto de Bujaruelo.
In the Port there are many people who come from the 4 paths: Coll de Tents (French parking), Gavarnie through the valley, Brecha de Rolando and Bujaruelo.
From there you enter the path to the right (looking at Gavarnie) next to the Tallion massif. We follow the path full of stones, quite easy without much climb to the waterfall that comes from the Tallion glacier.
There begins a fairly strong climb, passing the waterfall with wet rocks (be careful, it is recommended to go where there is a chain). You climb at least 1 hour, along a strong path with many stones to the Tallion glacier. From there in 5 min to get to the Sarradets Refuge.
Another break and have a bite to eat, pitch the tent, and drop the load.
We began to climb the slope to the Rolando gap. A path with many stones that make you go up 2 steps, go down 1 with the stones. Until we reach the base of the Brecha glacier where there is another, smoother but snow-filled climb. Crampons are not necessary (in early September) because the path is already made up of others and it is not difficult. If you have good boots and be careful, it is easy to climb.
Arriving in La Brecha, the views are ... impressive !!! It is something that cannot be explained in a few words. Must see! You are also right on the border between France and Spain.
On the way back to the refuge we decided to go down through the snow with some plastic garbage. It was faster and easier, safe and fun. We slept in the tent next to the shelter.
Day 2 (9km) - Ref. Sarradets - Circo Gavarnie (up the stairs) - Gavarnie. Start 9:00 - End 16:00
We left around 9am going down the Sarradets valley, an easy path until we reached a steep descent point, before the margin of the Circus. When we pass in the valley on the left, we must orient at the beginning where the road leads, always looking at the signs of the others with the stones. It's easy to get lost and you can end up badly ...
But at a moment the road begins to be very well marked with a yellow "H" and a red arrow. Be careful where you put a red cross! Do not go beyond this point that is danger. Also the red dots in red ones indicate you to be careful.
Normally people do this route going up not going down like us ... But in the end it was not as difficult as we thought at first. We have arrived at noon at the Cirque de Gavarnie, surrounded by 4 large waterfalls. Awesome!
The road to Gavarnie is easy about 3-4km. We arrive at the Gavarnie campsite where we sleep and rest until the next day.
Day 3 (12km) - Gavarnie - Puerto de Bujaruelo - Bujaruelo. Start 9:30 - End 18:00
It starts right next to the campsite, there is a path that goes straight up behind the police office, to the main road to Puerto de Bujaruelo. If not, you have to take the path from the center of Gavarnie through the church.
In a few minutes a fairly steep climb begins to a cabin and a meadow. From there there is a crossroads with 2 roads: one that goes down to the Circo de Gavarnie and the other towards Puerto de Bujaruelo.
We continue through the meadow, gradually climbing up to about 1800m. Over there the road begins to be more with stones and a lot of heat. We recommend bringing water. After a while, just before another crossing, we came to a small waterfall, cool just in time. We have filled the bottles with water (using pills to kill bugs, be careful not to drink if you don't have pills).
We pass the crossroads of the 2 paths: the gap and bujaruelo and continue through a long meadow to the Cabaña de Soldats. We rest for a while and continue climbing little by little towards the Puerto de Bujaruelo. Through the middle of the valley the path is lost but you are looking for a smoother ascent to the path that is a little higher. For there easier and straight to the Port.
Another break and we already started the descent towards Bujaruelo, where we climbed on the first day. Very quiet because many marmots come out of this valley in the afternoon. You can find a show.
We arrived at San Nicolas de Bujaruelo, very tired but loaded with very good memories and an unforgettable experience!
We recommend this excursion to everyone who likes to go in the mountains.

5 months ago

Date: 29 aug 2015
Time: 2 days total
Difficulty: Moderate (for prepared hikers)
Distance: 33km
GPS track: https://www.wikiloc.com/hiking-trails/pradera-de-ordesa-monte-perdido-20744834
The peak Monte Perdido is the 3rd highest peak in Iberic Peninsula (Spain), with the altitude of 3.355m. It is located in the middle of Ordesa National Park, Pyrenees Mountains, between Spain and France.

In Aug 2015 I invited some friends from Barcelona to do together a hiking to Monte Perdido. The hiking is not so difficult but requires some basic requisites:
- Good hiking boots
- 30-40 L backpack, walking stick/s
- Tent, Sleeping bag (camp in the near refugee), headlight
- Warm/rain clothes
- Food, 2L water bottle
- Good condition for 6-8h walking/hiking
- Try to keep your backpack light. Is just 1 night sleep and 2 days full walking
So we start by taking the special bus from Torla to Pradera Ordesa (starting point of Ordesa Valley).

In 20-30 min we arrive in the parking of Pradera Ordesa (1300m) and we start our journey, through a nice path under the trees, with some beautiful waterfalls. The walk is not difficult at all and also we took very few meters in altitude. Here are track details.
The path is right on the bottom of Ordesa Valley, the little gran canyon of Europe. After few hours walking we arrived to a beautiful waterfall where we took a bath to refresh from the burning sun. The water is cold but “manageable”.

After another few km we reach the end of the valley at the Cola Caballo waterfall (1850m), where a lot of people are taking a nice bath. We stopped too and take a break/bath again. From that point we have to climb a 200m wall.
Easy peasy, watching our steps and climbing with the chains. Nice views on top of the cliff.

From there we have just 30m-1h until we reach the Refugee Goriz (2250m), where we install the tents for camping and relax until next day early in the morning.

At 7:00 wake up, a frugal breakfast and a coffee and start hiking the Monte Perdido. It starts with some climbing, easy, but from now on the path is serious. The air with less oxygen is already felt and our pace is slower now.

After few hours hiking on rocks and paths with chains, we reach the lake Lago Helado (2800m), the starting point of La Pedrera, a quite difficult path of small rocks until the summit of Monte Perdido. This part can be dangerous if there is snow, ice or rain. We had a very nice day so for us was the perfect day.

This part will require strong determination. The rocks you walk are very deceptive, 2 steps up and 1 down. You will have to find a way to climb as much as you can in one step so you will not lose terrain.
But in the end after 1-2h we’ve reached the plateau and from there another few minutes until the summit of Monte Perdido (3355m). The views are spectacular around. You can see both France and Spain with their huge mountains.

The path back to Lago Helado, now is super easy, we just ski on those small rocks until we’ve reached the lake. From there back to Goriz refugee and Pradera Ordesa on the same track, to take the last bus to Torla.
In total 20 km in 19 hours walking/bus, during 2 days. Amazing trip, amazing views!

5 months ago

Date: 29 Aug 2020
Time: 7-8h including stops.
Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 16km
GPS Track - https://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/hiking-trails/fajas-racon-y-canarellos-ordesa-17904745
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Excellent route!
We take advantage of this excursion that on these dates, you can still reach the Pradera de Ordesa car park with our vehicles, before the buses of the National Park give service.
We opted to save the entire slope at the beginning of the day, so we began by going back a few hundred meters along the road we have arrived on, until the beginning of the path next to Casa Oliván, towards the Circo de Carriata. As the morning is cool and we are not in a hurry, we take it easy and thus enjoy the road more.
When we arrive at this rock circus, under the imposing Tozal del Mallo welcoming us, we will turn east to start the first strip of the day, Racón. The path, which practically maintains the altitude during the tour, is a spectacular viewpoint and does not entail any technical difficulty, yes, as always in the mountains, caution ... This time we are going to find a snowfield almost reaching Cotatuero, but easily dodged.
Now we will lose height until the metal bridge that crosses the Cotatuero ravine, and once there, a small slope and we are already in the Canarellos Belt. From the Racón Strip it seemed impossible that there was a path here !!
If before the walls of the Gallinero through which we have walked have impressed us, these of the Fraucata are not too small ... The route is very comfortable and little by little it is losing height and we are entering the Forest of the Hayas de Ordesa , where this strip ends.
Being already at the bottom of the valley, we go down the normal path of Ordesa, visiting some of its famous waterfalls, until the beginning of the route.

5 months ago

A brewing thunderstorm results in an unexpected overnight guest, who apparently always shows up on nights when it may rain

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5 months, 1 week ago

Training hike in Tokyo Japan. Originally published July 25, 2018

6 months, 3 weeks ago

On July 23rd I climbed Mt. Katahdin. What was supposed to be the beginning of a long hike, ended shortly after. I hurt my foot coming off the mountain and rather regretfully, came home a few days later. I'll definitely return to the Appalachian Trail in a future year, in better shape and likely start in Harper's Ferry for a flip-flop hike so that I do not begin in an area that makes it difficult to 'ease into things'. I still had an incredibly time in Maine, and was met with some amazing scenery and great hospitatlity by the fine folks over at the AT Lodge in Millinocket where I shacked up and rested before and after Katahdin, and who served as my shuttle to places I needed to go.

I am very highly considering a thru-hike of the Tahoe Rim Trail, a 170 mile loop in Nevada and California that circles Lake Tahoe, the largest freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevadas. The TRT offers terrain that could be described as easier than southern Maine, better weather, and more stunning views.

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7 months ago

On this hike I talk about the importance of nature and collect some trash from human animals.

7 months, 1 week ago

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7 months, 3 weeks ago

A review of a delightful hike.

An encouragement to others.

A challenge to the serious walker.

Oh, yes, we also made a wrong turn.

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8 months ago

This video shows some of our hike, coming back from little devil's tower,Custer state park,in South Dakota

8 months, 2 weeks ago

Morialta Conservation Park is a nature reserve in the Adelaide Hills in South Australia and is well known for it's seasonal waterfalls. It covers an area of 5.3 square kilometres and is popular with bushwalkers, rock climbers and photographers.

There are numerous trails but most involve visiting 1 or more of the waterfalls. The Three Falls Hike is the longest and visits all the parks major attractions.

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9 months ago

Yakusha-sensei's teaches how to Hike.

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9 months ago

Going on a little hike, behind, Sylvan lake,South Dakota in Custer state park

9 months, 1 week ago

The Brecon Beacons are a mountain range in South Wales. Part of that range includes the Pen y Fan peak which is the highest. This is the training route of the SAS, it is called the fan dance which is part of the Fitness and Navigation phase of the selection process for the United Kingdom's Special Forces,. This is my attempt at this route.

9 months, 2 weeks ago

Good morning, afternoon and evening)
I hope you enjoy my random style of hiking. I don't plan my hikes) I go to Woods and explore in random directions)
In this video you will see a lonely wild duck, lake, water bug and more!

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9 months, 3 weeks ago

On a recent trip to Payson we went to Box Canyon which provided some amazing footage with my drone.

9 months, 3 weeks ago


10 months, 1 week ago

Good morning, afternoon and evening) I couldn't wait for it to get warmer and ventured out anyways. In this video you will see the beauty of Western Russian Countryside.
This is part 2 of 2.
April 23, 2020


10 months, 2 weeks ago

Good morning, afternoon and evening) I couldn't wait for it to get warmer and ventured out anyways. In this video you will see the beauty of Western Russian Countryside.
This is part 1 of 2.
April 23, 2020


10 months, 2 weeks ago

Good morning, afternoon and evening) Happy Easter!
I hope you enjoy my random style of hiking. I don't plan my hikes) I go to Woods and explore in random directions)
Spring time is so beautiful. We can already see tiny baby leafs coming out of branches) And bumble bees feasting on honey. They work hard pollinating those flowers)

10 months, 4 weeks ago

Good morning, afternoon and evening) Found a very Cute and Relaxed Frog today! His friends jumped in to the lake! Many flowers are blossoming! Bees are busy)
I hope you enjoy my random style of hiking. I don't plan my hikes) I go to Woods and explore in random directions)
Spring time is so beautiful. We can already see tiny baby leafs coming out of branches) And bumble bees feasting on honey. They work hard pollinating those flowers)

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11 months ago

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11 months, 2 weeks ago

I've got new hiking gear to start the year off right

11 months, 2 weeks ago

Hiking in Russian Woods

11 months, 2 weeks ago

Silent walk

11 months, 3 weeks ago

Found Snowdrop and Cat :)


11 months, 3 weeks ago


12 months ago

Wood Cat, Spider,

1 year ago

Traveling to Flag Rock Recreation area we hear about a Jew named Schlomo and meet "Bob".
Enjoy :)

1 year ago

A nice brisk afternoon in the woods.

1 year ago

Showing the other end of Steele Creek with a waterfall. Enjoy :)

1 year ago

Thank you all for checking out my channel and subscribing. I have reached 500 here on Bitchute, which is a big deal for me. Enjoy and look for more to come.

1 year ago

Time to get back on the trail... No excuses.

Sometimes we think hiking has to be a big adventure and travel to far away places. Stop with those lame excuses and find a small area to get outside.
Watch along as we did just that during our Super Bowl Sunday.

#Michigan #Hiking #Familytime

1 year ago

Just trekking at Steele Creek. Don't ever say there's nothing to do.

1 year ago

I decided to go out in a Snow Blizzard and Show you the Beauty of Severe Weather hike in Russian Wilderness!
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1 year ago

Hey everyone! Today is the day! The Natureman takes you on a journey back in time to an early 1800's homestead!

As we Hike the Crapo Trail starting at Ridge Hill Reserve we begin the adventure at the first homestead explored in the previous video.This property is part of the Fall River Bioreserve and is surrounded by history we'll unravel in a future video.

Thank you for joining me and following along! Enjoy every moment of life!

The Natureman Gil

1 year ago

This is priceless HOMELESS CAMP FOUND, Yogic Retreat for Camasutra Practice! And MOAR!

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1 year ago

My first ever unboxing video. A new pair of USGI desert boots arrived. I opened up the package and prepared them for the trail. I also took the opportunity to clean up my other boots as well. These are rough out leather, or suede I'm not sure of the technical distinctions, but yes I know leather conditioner spoils the appearance of rough leather, it's not a concern for me. Like anything, surplus gear has positives and negatives. Unfortunately when someone (like me) has hard to find sizes there are limited sources for acquiring hiking gear. The standardized sizes of surplus equipment is very helpful when ordering online.

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1 year ago

What an adventure! Enjoy!)
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1 year, 1 month ago

Hey everyone! Today we explore the woods and discover an old homestead! This is one of many located near Ridge Hill Reserve.

Join the Natureman as we explore this parcel and surrounding land around the Copicut Resovoir.

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1 year, 1 month ago

winter hike to broomstick lake in the NY Adirondacks

1 year, 1 month ago

Ein bündisches Fahrtenlied, German hiking song, Worte und Weise/words and music: Alo Hamm (Trenk), 1952;

Hej, wie vorn der Fetzen fliegt, wie er sich im Winde wiegt
ohne Rast und ohne Ruh.
So wiegen wir mit freiem Sinn uns über tausend Straßen hin,
ohne Ende, immerzu.

Bündische Vaganten
tippeln in die Welt Hey - tippeln in die Welt.
Bündische Vaganten
tippeln in die Welt - Hey o Ayen!

Folgen wir dem Süden zu, läßt uns der Norden keine Ruh,
überall zu Haus sind wir.
Mal rüber nach Amerika, mal runter bis nach Afrika -
Hoja - hoja - das sind wir.

Bündische Vaganten
tippeln in die Welt Hey - tippeln in die Welt.
Bündische Vaganten
tippeln in die Welt - Hey o Ayen!

Hast du noch ein jung Gesicht, so zage nicht und fackle nicht,
frage niemals nach dem Wie!
Wer nur am Rand der Straße klebt, für seinen dummen Bauch nur lebt
mißt der Ferne Zauber nie!

Bündische Vaganten
tippeln in die Welt Hey - tippeln in die Welt.
Bündische Vaganten
tippeln in die Welt - Hey o Ayen!

Worte und Weise: Alo Hamm, 1952, Der Liederbock


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1 year, 1 month ago

Hey everyone! Today the Natureman explores and hikes through this winter woodland down the path with stone walls and discovers an old foundation! The exploration has just begun ...

New England is full of historical homesteads. Living in South Coast Massachusetts I'm on a quest to discover, learn and share these explores with you and bring our history to life.

Thanks for joining the journey!
The Natureman Gil ☺️🍅

1 year, 1 month ago

Oh yea!

1 year, 1 month ago

Hey Everyone! Welcome to 2020! Today's first hike in the woods at the Ridge Hill Reserve in Dartmouth MA was absolutely beautiful and invigorating after the snowfall from the night before. Join the Natureman as he hikes, chills and chats with you about the year to come.

1 year, 1 month ago

Hey everyone! Today the Natureman is exploring a set of haunted woods and captured an EVP. What do you think?

1 year, 2 months ago

A small park with very fascinating points of interest!!!

1 year, 2 months ago