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#432535 - 04/26/13 02:31 PM Problems? Take a Hike
concerned_husky Offline

Registered: 08/29/12
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Edited by concerned_husky (08/30/15 06:00 AM)
Edit Reason: Reducing ties with MS.

"Don't spend more time thinking about people who don't give a shit about you than the ones who do."

#432569 - 04/26/13 07:35 PM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
traveler Offline

Registered: 02/07/06
Posts: 3817
Loc: somewhere in Africa
awesome, husky - both the scenery - and the "place" you are in your head!

i especially like the 2nd shot - is that snow? not the typical beauty of a calendar or post card photo - but rugged and natural and unspoilt.

A man talking sense to himself is no madder than a man talking nonsense to not himself.
Or just as mad.
So there you are.
Stark raving sane.
- Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead

#432575 - 04/26/13 08:26 PM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
BraveFalcon Offline

Registered: 02/25/13
Posts: 1224
Loc: The ATL

Hi Husky. Beautiful photos man! I'm glad you enjoyed yourself. I like to take a nature hike/jog once every few weeks myself. There is a national park not far from where I live and I love it up there. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park it's called. Although, around here, calling it a "nature" hike is kind of a relative term. It's in the middle of the suburbs, not far from the city, normally crowded, lots of tourists, etc, but still nice. There is nothing like working up a good cardio sweat on the way to the top, then just sitting there, looking out at the city and letting the wind blow through your hair. The city looks and seems so quiet and peaceful from up there. Almost like it's in suspended animation. It's kind of surreal. I feel so at peace up there. My problems and stressors seem so far away. They can not touch me. Sometimes, in that moment, I wish I could freeze time and stay in that moment forever. I feel reconnected with myself, and it feels beautiful. Take care. Peace,


PS: I didn't take this pic and it obviously doesn't hold a candle to the natural beauty of your pics but it was taken from the top of Kennesaw Mtn, the spot I love so much, so here it is.....

#432582 - 04/26/13 08:56 PM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
Suwanee Offline
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Registered: 10/30/12
Posts: 1052
Loc: Southeast USA
Love the pictures!

I took a 2,100 mile solo hike before I started college---the Appalachian Trail. Every step is ingrained in my memory...the rainy Smokies, the flat vistas of Virginia...the boulder-strewn Northeast and the isolation of Maine. 6 1/2 months with only one goal will shape your thoughts for sure. This was the early 90s before smart phones and digital cameras...therefore I have no pictures other than the ones in my memory.

Keep it up.

I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made. ---FDR


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#432591 - 04/26/13 10:50 PM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
Poorsoft Offline

Registered: 02/20/13
Posts: 163
I might just do that smile

Awesome pics!

Edited by Poorsoft (04/26/13 10:51 PM)

#432645 - 04/27/13 03:21 PM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
WriterKeith Offline

Registered: 12/30/10
Posts: 976
Loc: southern California
Beautiful. What amazing photos. Thanks for posting them for us to enjoy as well.
It brought to mind good thoughts! grin
"A burned bridge can be a gift; it prevents us from returning to a place we should have never been."

#432704 - 04/28/13 07:28 AM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
Jacob S Offline

Registered: 01/01/13
Posts: 620
Loc: where the shadows lie
I hike whenever I can. I get out to the mountains as often as I'm able, but sometimes I can't wait for that and just have to go on a long urban/suburban hike.

#432708 - 04/28/13 07:37 AM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
Farmer Boy Offline

Registered: 08/23/12
Posts: 442
Loc: Australia
Thanks for sharing Concerned Husky - This is inspiring and not just the view.!!!

This is the hand I've been dealt, and it's a game that must be played. What else is there? There are opponents, naturally. They're pretty formidable. I'm outnumbered, but I can beat them. Yeah...I can beat them. And I will beat them.

I did not know you could be pensive in a good way....but now I see it.


More than meets the eye!

#432781 - 04/28/13 07:56 PM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
BuffaloCO Offline

Registered: 07/14/12
Posts: 487
Loc: USA
Husky, awesome idea about taking a hike, just to be alone with nature and to sort out stuff without noise or distractions. Beautiful pics too. Thanks 4 sharing!
“We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark. The real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.” - Plato

#432841 - 04/29/13 10:49 AM Re: Problems? Take a Hike [Re: concerned_husky]
mike765 Offline

Registered: 03/12/13
Posts: 3
Loc: California
Hi Guys,

What you guys are doing seems really relaxing. It feels like whenever you get emotionally exhausted hiking does really help... I wish I could do that.

I would go for a walk sometimes, but I ended up feeling lonelier..


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