Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Walk on the Wild Side - Part II by Sally of the Mahoosucs (AMC Mahoosuc Rover)
"Let me admit, right off the bat, that I love boundary work because every day starts and ends with a bushwhack. This summer, I’ve punched through pockets of spruce-fir, scaled 500 foot ledges, and walked cleanly through open hardwood forest. I have the scars on my hands, the holes in my shirts, and, embarrassingly, maybe still the spruce needles in my hair, to prove it."