Anthony’s… (12)

“I can only meditate when I am walking.  When I stop, I cease to think; my mind works only with my legs.”
–   Jean Jacques Rousseau

“Happy is the man who has acquired the love of walking for its own sake!”
–   W.J. Holland

 Since I started blogging, my goal has always been to document every hike that I do. Sometimes I do the same hike during different seasons so I can show how the views change over time and season. And some, I just do over and over and over because they are awesome and convenient hikes. Anthony’s Nose is a good example of this.

In an effort not to bore anyone that might actually be reading my posts, I’ll keep them short and sweet from this point on.

Since the heat and the humidity have refused to loosen their grip on our area, another trip to the Nose was just what was needed to get a short hike in before the heat of the day.


Looking at the Torne from Anthony’s Nose.

A short distance from the Nose is another view-point.


Looking up the Hudson from the alternate view-point.


Sugarloaf Hill


Survey Marker

Summer 2017 Mileage:


3 thoughts on “Anthony’s… (12)

  1. ren

    Short and sweet helps a LOT! Thank you so very much for your insight! I love all the pictures you share and dream of walking along side you during your wonderful journeys. I just want to say, Thank you for creating your blog. I find it very beneficial! Keep on doing what you love.

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