Zen and it's relationship to the journey

Backpacking is more than just about gear. Here's a forum to talk about the "philosophy" of lightweight backpacking.
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Re: Zen and it's relationship to the journey

Postby texron » Mon Jun 22, 2009 7:49 pm

zelph wrote:It evaporates by the time it gets close to the ground. Thank goodness. I had the opportunity to witness what they call the Mariah. In hot areas of Utah rain evaporates befor it hits the ground. You can see the clouds giving off the rain and see it falling but half to 3/4 of the way down it dissapears.Hot surface winds blow it sideways nothing hits the ground. They Call the Wind Mariah. Geat song by the Kingston Trio



Kingston Trio????? How OLD are you :lol:
I really would like to get back to Arches/Canyonlands someday. Great story about the hangers. I'd do that, if I was less than 10' off the ground.

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Re: Zen and it's relationship to the journey

Postby zelph » Tue Jun 23, 2009 12:05 am

Only as old as I feel :D I feel 45. maybe 40 :lol:

Go back to the canyonlands and take the scenic backroads, awesome, awesome. awesome!!!!!!
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Re: Zen and it's relationship to the journey

Postby texron » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:23 pm

zelph wrote:Only as old as I feel :D I feel 45. maybe 40 :lol:

Go back to the canyonlands and take the scenic backroads, awesome, awesome. awesome!!!!!!


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