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Lackawanna Lake – October 2017

Day 5 photo challenge entry.


Lackawanna Lake – October 2017

The Weekly Index, extending the Bullet Journal (audio)

Recorded October 1, 2017.

Eliza and I have extended the Bullet Journal to include a Weekly Index – a two-page spread showing the entire week in one snapshot. It has been working for us for several months.

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Slow down and listen (audio)

Recorded October 1, 2017.

Slowing down and listening helps you to really soak in your surroundings. See also. And maybe this too.

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Flight over sunset. – September 2016

Jeff Mitchell hikes South Branch Trail

Jeff Mitchell, who has inspired me to hike in several locations due to his blog and books, somewhat recently hiked the South Branch trail of Lackawanna State Park. He writes:

What a place to hike on a hot summer day, I thought.  It was noticeably cooler in this deep, shaded glen along the creek.  We reached a powerline swath and here it got a little confusing.  The trail goes up the swath a short ways and then continues along an old grade higher above the creek.  It was still a nice hike, although the floodplain along the creek is worth exploring.

Yes, it is a great place to hike when it is warmer. Here are my photos and notes of the trail. And yes it is cooler there. Also, I agree it can get confusing in this area he’s mentioning. Even if there isn’t snow cover it can be a little odd. This area of the park can use some attention.

He ended up going a little further than I did on the trail itself and then doubled back. Perhaps I’ll do the same thing the next time I hike this area because the journey I took ended up being 6 miles.

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Lackawanna Lake panorama – October 2016

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Along the path – October 2016

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Sunset through pines, Lackawanna State Park – October 2016

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Aerial, Lackawanna State Park – July 2016