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“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”

John Muir

Heading out into the woods anywhere in the Hudson Valley promises each person a wide variety of trails that are naturally built into each hike. Some are wide and can accommodate several people walking shoulder to shoulder, while others, as seen in the photo above must be traveled in a single file.  Hiking on narrow trails, especially when they go on for some length, provide you with a sense of not knowing what it going to come next. Will the trail open up? Will it stay the same? When I venture out and encounter long stretches like this, it feels like being wrapped in a warm blanket. Soft, secure and peaceful.


9 thoughts on “Narrow

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  5. Barb Knowles

    What I like about walking in a more narrow path is that even if there is someone with you, it isn’t conducive to conversation. More peaceful. And coming from me, Miss Talker 2016, that’s saying a lot!


  6. greenspaceharri

    I agree with this, although I love those open paths where you can see for miles, there is a certain intrigue about a narrow path not knowing what you will see around the next bend!



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