Thank you

I was freshly pressed this afternoon (MST), but seeing my photo of Lake Sherburne on the log-in page did not prepare me for the avalanche of comments.  This blog is almost five years old, but I’ve really only taken it seriously in the last 15 months.  I’ve written on many occasions that way adventures transform us and thus our relations with those with whom we live is why we do them in the first place, and the world-changing first virtue of the internet is the extent to which it’s made our intersubjectivity all the more accessible.  To all of us.

Days like today when that is so obvious are particularly satisfying.  So thank you.  All of you.

I leave with some one elses lovely adventure, brought across the ocean via the wonders of the web.


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