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December 10, 2008

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I read a story the other day about a man and his taking eight hours to walk four miles. He was not slow or ill. He just stopped, watched, and was just there in the countryside, He said "I had the time and inclination to stop and stare and really absorb the countryside" Your story reminds me of his tale. A simple thing is hiking, but the reward is so much more.

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