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Moving in silent desperationKeeping an eye on the holy landA hypothetical destinationSay, who is this walking man?Well, the leaves have come to turningAnd the goose has gone to flyAnd bridges are for burningSo don't you let that yearningPass you byWalking man, walking man walksWell, any other man stops and talksBut the walking man walksWell the frost is on the pumpkinAnd the hay is in the barnAn pappy's come to rambling onStumbling around drunkDown on the farmAnd the walking man walksDoesn't know nothing at allAny other man stops and talksBut the walking man walks on byWalk on byMost everybody's got seed to sowIt ain't always easy for a weed to grow, oh noSo he don't hoe the row for no oneOh for sure hes always missingAnd something is never quite rightAh, but who would want to listen to youKissing his existence good nightWalking man walk on by my doorWell, any other man stops and talksBut not the walking manHes the walking manBorn to walkWalk on walking manWell now, would he have wings to flyWould he be freeGolden wings against the skyWalking man, walk on bySo long, walking man, so long
This hike is something I really want to do. How difficult were the trails to follow. You mention that Juniper Creek was overgrown, what about Dodson and Blue Creek? Are they otherwise well defined?Thanks,Ray
Quote from: Ray52 on December 16, 2008, 10:33:58 PMThis hike is something I really want to do. How difficult were the trails to follow. You mention that Juniper Creek was overgrown, what about Dodson and Blue Creek? Are they otherwise well defined?Thanks,RayI did the OML over Thanksgiving. Even in the overgrown spots, the trail is fairly easy to follow. It's well marked with rock cairns the whole way.
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