16 thoughts on “Gnarly Trail To Nowhere

    • Thanks, Mia! They are more paths that become over grown faster than the travelers can remember to take lopping shears with them to cut back the growth. Last fourth of July, Laurie and I took lopping shears out to the spot where we like to watch the fire works show on the banks of the Rio Grande, and cut down a bunch of the undergrowth so we would get a clear view of the fireworks. Lopping shears are not something we generally carry with us when we walk in the bosque or on the sandbars in the river.

      • You’re welcome, it’s beautiful, yet I can understand the need for the lopping shears, the undergrowth does look awfully prickly. Have a nice evening Tim.

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