If you've worked on trails in New Hampshire for any amount of time you've probably come across volunteer Ray Jackson. We asked Ray what word or phrase best summarizes his experience as a Forest Society Land Steward and this is what he said. We recently celebrated our Land Steward Program's 25th Anniversary and we're keeping the feel-good vibes going with a photo-essay on our website. Check it out to learn about this special celebration of #volunteers ! http://bit.ly/CaringForPlaces (link in profile)
Ever try to bring bananas on a hike only to find them blackened and bruised beyond recognition? 🍌
If not, save yourself the frustration and just carry a few packs of Muir goodness on your next adventure!! 🥜
Even better when you save $$ while trying it!!
Throw in ERIK10 when you check 'em out! 🤙
“So when I am done and wheezing
On my last bed.
I won't wish I'd done
Something else instead.”
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous about completely derailing our “comfortable” life seven months ago to pursue more of what moves us. Every day is different from the last but I’m no longer asking, “what if?”
Life is a series of decisions and actions. Some might scare the hell out of you and others serve to keep you comfortable. ✨ Balance. ✨ It’s all about what brings YOU joy & contentment. That blend of what - where - and why is different for all of us, too. That’s a really beautiful thing to accept. 💛
The weather forecast has been rain, rain, and more rain for vacation. Man! Hiked Mount Whiteface yesterday and bagged my peak for August, while Brian got some red-lining done ✅ (Tom Wiggin trail)! .
I tried to get a cool pic of the dew on the spiderwebs with my phone.
I brought stormy along for her first 4K 😂