Tag Archive: Morgan Territory

Somewhere only we know

“I walked across an empty land I knew the pathway like the back of my hand I felt the earth beneath my feet Sat by the river and it made me complete” That… Continue reading

Catching up

I have had a pause on my time on the trail, life gets in the way of things some times and now all the dust has settled it’s time to get back on… Continue reading

Season of change

Cool evenings, old mornings and a tinge of color on the trees around town mark a change in the season. Autumn is upon us, the time has slipped away some how and I… Continue reading

True colors

Even though spring is slowly slipping away the trail is awash with color.  Wildflowers are in bloom across the hillside, meadows are acres of green carpet and crystal blue sky sits above the… Continue reading

The memory of trees

My first few hikes this year have been on dry landscapes. Heading to Morgan Territory I started off the hiking season with a stroll along the Volvon and Blue Oak Trails. In late… Continue reading

Through a lens darkly

I spent a somber weekend remembering my mom who passed away in June. Her wedding anniversary and a special Mass remembering parishioners who had passed away during the year filled my thoughts. I… Continue reading

Autumn’s arrival

After a rain storm cancelled my summer-ending hike I decide to greet fall with a trek and headed out to Morgan Territory’s Old Finley Road for the first hike of fall. This would… Continue reading

Simple things

Sometimes it’s the simplest things that make me the happiest.  The sun shining on a leaf, the wind rustling  tree branches above my head and the sound of my feet crunching through the… Continue reading

The middle ground

One of the best things about hiking are the rules, there aren’t any.  You can make a hike as long or as short as you like. After missing a week on the trail… Continue reading

The green season

Even though the official start of spring is more than a week away the last few days have been an early glimpse of the warmer days ahead. On the trail the breezes are… Continue reading