I got so busy for a while there I forgot how to relax 🌄🌙
In escaping the ghost at home, I find new ones to conquer ❄💧❄💧
With temperatures below freezing, it is revelatory to find such treasures as Watkins Glen
[Image description: a view from above, looking directly down onto a narrow, bright jade cord Glen Creek being strangled by the gorge rocks. The sides of the gorge are in part covered by ice snow, orange tones, fallen leaves and the largest spear like icicles I've ever seen dangle from overhanging rock. Some evergreens precariously hold onto rock ledges at left, likely red cedars. Theres a fallen, lone log bridging the small, steep gap at center.]
do you ever feel like someone is watching you? 🐾
business team enjoying the scenery at Sam’s Point. Sign up as a site member at www.proactiveahw.com and come hike with us! Our next social hike is on Bear Mountain, at Bear Mountain State Park, NY, Sunday 12/16. ⛰
Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk in love and reverance. #Thoreau
The gorgeous sunsets and equally captivating large boulders strung across the shore at 67 Steps Beach in Southold, Long Island have long been a favorite among North Fork residents. It was even mentioned in the Wall Street Journal's 2016 list of "under the radar" beaches - joining Pentle Bay (England), Bathseba (Barbados) and Cala De Algaiarens (Menorca). It is named after these 67 wooden steps that lead from the tiny parking lot down to the shore.
67 Steps Beach, Southold, Long Island
Photo by @heynardo
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Today reminded me why I hike. The Shawangunk ridge didn’t fail to amaze us on this scenic journey. We journeyed through some of the most interesting and unique terrain I’ve ever seen. You’ll see what I mean in more shots to come. In this shot: @jmproscia
eclipsing the sun.
Still processing images from this fall. This duck was enjoying a beautiful morning. Look at those color reflections!!
It was clear and sunny yesterday, and a little bit warmer ☀️❄️ A sunset atop a peak was just the thing to help reflect back on this semester, and to think about how best to proceed. I’d like to confidently move forward, with peace and love guiding my actions. I’m thankful for the support I have, and am excited to see what comes next! 🌄
“I took a walk in the woods and came out taller then then trees” - Henry David Thoreau Photo taken by @ferg104
during her morning hike the other day along Twin Lakes Trail at Teatown Lake Reservation.
The fog rolls in over Iron Pier Beach in Jamesport.
The first inhabitants of East Marion and Orient on the North Fork of Long Island were the Native American tribe known as the Orient Focus People, who lived in the area about 1000 BC. Long after they vanished, the Corchaugs settled in the area around 900 AD and renamed it Poquatuc. The Corchuags remained in the area until the first six English families settled there in 1661 and renamed it Oysterponds due to the abundant shellfish that they were able to gather and sell to neighboring communities. In 1836, Orient and East Marion, which were then known as Oysterponds Lower Neck and Oysterponds Upper Neck respectively, decided to go their separate ways under new names. Orient was chosen for the area's easternmost territory to reflect it's most famous landmark, Orient Point. East Marion was renamed in honor of General Francis Marion - best known as the "Swamp Fox" during the Revolutionary War. They tacked "East" onto the name to differentiate from the already existing town of Marion located in Upstate New York.
Rocky Point, East Marion, Long Island
Photo by @thenicebrice
This is one of the views along my hike yesterday. The Ramapo-Dunderberg trail, in its entirety, travels through my favorite terrain in Harriman. Some of the hotspots I’ve seen along this trail are on Parker Cabin Mtn, Tom Jones Mtn, Black Rock Mtn, Bald Rocks, Hogencamp Mtn, Black Mountain, Cat’s Elbow, The Timp, Bald Mtn, and Dunderberg Mountain. I’m on a mission to cover every part of this trail, and I have most of it completed.
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