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Monday once again. This year has been going by at high speed. It’s as if you blink your eyes and you miss the most momentous occasion or adventure. Ah but such is life, yet we always seem to disregard some of the important things. Is it not possible for us to be able to take in everything of momentous value. I suppose not, for we would find ourselves battered and run-down from lack of sleep. I believe I’ll just stick with focusing my attention of my favorite thing this time of year, Mother Nature and her beautiful bounty of marvels and majesty. I will continue Monday;s Writers of the Web after hunting season is over.
We went to the deer lease once again this weekend. Unfortunately I only get to spend a few weekends out there this year. I plan to make the most of them, and enjoy the wondrous perspicacious sights, sounds, and experiences. When we get the opportunity to go, it is almost always late in the evening. The drive is an tenuous three and a half hours on a good evening. This allows us to arive at camp in the middle of the night. There is an advantage to this believe it or not. You get the first taste of the clear brisk night air, and a tantalizing view of the luminous night sky. The stars are always more clear and bright when there is no artificial light. we can regularly see the Milky Way and many of the astrological formations. I always enjoy gazing upon the heavens, and attempting to place as many formations as possible. The moon in all it’s amazing glory, so bright and seemingly translucent. Such a wondrous way to end the day.
One of the reasons I enjoy the walk in to the blind in the mornings is because all my senses come alive. I seem to be able to hear more clearly, see so vividly, feel with such stimulative acuity. I even seem to taste the atmosphere around me. The brisk walk opens my thoughts and feeling to that which is around me. Allowing myself a moment of pure serenity.
Tomorrow I’ll take you along on another trip through the woods.