A Cold Weather Hike and what I learned.

Started Feb 15, 2014 | Discussions thread
OP PaulM2 Senior Member • Posts: 2,729
Re: A Cold Weather Hike and what I learned.

Bill Wallace wrote:


Looked at the gallery and would love to shoot that place it looks beautiful. My closest haunt is the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota. Winter does bring its own special beauty doesn't it. I responded to Len Jee I hope you didn't mind...


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Bill Wallace
"Mister I ain't a boy no I'm a man
And I believe in a promised land"....


I don't mind at all. Much to my family's dislike, at times, I have gone off the beaten path so to speak.

A very young family member made the statement awhile back. It was to be read as a item in a  newspaper. "Local Deer Hunters discover the body of a elderly man in the woods. He still had his camera gear with him". Smart kid?

Since then, I only like you, venture alone where other people frequent.

The area I live in , in the days of the American Revolution, used to be the center of the SENECA American Indian Nation. Lots of historical sites around here and yes some are very much off the beaten path, so I enlist the company of some fellow camera club members.. When you think about the times and the living conditions following the war, the British and Americans had come to terms, the Seneca Indians did NOT. Lots of historical sites and very old cemeteries to see.

Take care


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