- Old man of the hills
I can’t answer as the words don’t seem correct.
When i’m out in the woods it all just feels ‘right’. I’m not sure if it’s the peace, the seclusion, the skills, the challenges, the mud or a combination of them all, but i sit there and think “yeah that’s where i need to be right now”Posted 2 months ago
Sorry about that captain flashheart you are correct. How old fashioned/Women/trans unfriendly I have revealed myself to be.
I suppose in my defence it’s a well known phrase.
Anyway for me I guess I am closest to gordimhor. Lots and lots of reasons many of which mentioned above, I have kind of lost count/track and now almost fail to rationalise it (wood for the trees I guess).
Also I can’t really separate me from it, nowadays. If I didn’t go out in the hills/outdoors, or strive to, as much as reasonably possible, I simply wouldn’t be me any more.Posted 2 months agonorthernsoulSubscriber
the more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know (Albert Einstein)
I’m not tired of seeing new places and finding out new things. Modern tech is great – after a ride down Bowderdale earlier in the year one of the photos had a good enough resolution to pick out details miles away. Turns out there’s a granite quarry near Shap you can see from the Howgills.Posted 2 months ago
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