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Monday, October 11, 2021

A Good Mountain Day

 Here are a couple pics from a little impromptu nature interpretation at the summit of Mount Van Hoevenberg in New York’s Adirondack Park. What does it mean that dinosaurs were among the first to tread on these mountains 147 million years ago and wooly mammoths & saber-toothed tigers were among the first to set foot on these ancient rocks when the glaciers retreated 20-12,000 years ago? (No wrong answer; what does it mean to YOU when you set foot here?)

 I’m thankful to have shared the mountain trail with so many today; especially Erin (my spouse) and Lynn & Glo (Erin’s parents). Photo credit:Erin Hanlon.

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