Leaving Home

11 thoughts on “Leaving Home”

  1. Sounds bittersweet. I’m so glad you got to see a hiker friend when you first arrived at Uncle Johnny’s to connect you with the trail culture again. I’m so glad you are back on your trail journey and heading north. Sending prayers for a beautiful week!

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  2. You’ll be home soon enough. Keep your eyes focused on your goal, and you will make it sooner. But whenever that may be and whatever the circumstances may be, the Cat, the Chickens, and I am (are?) saving a spot for you!

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    1. Thank you for pointing it out! It really clicked with me. I can’t tell you how many times I have watched children (with envy) at how bold they are and how easily they make friends! I never made the connection with hiking until you mentioned it. 🙂

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  3. Soooo happy to hear that you are back on the trail again. My thoughts and prayers will be with you daily. I was surprised to see that Compass was still at Uncle Johnny’s—-hope that she is not having complications with that foot. Praying for your safety and for this journey to be all that you want it to be. Little Bear’s Mom

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    1. I appreciate your prayers so much, Little Bear’s Mom! It was my understanding that she was waiting for some friends she knew and trained with to catch up so that she could hike with h them. She seemed to indicate that her toe was doing better, it she mentioned swelling in her knee, too. I didn’t get the idea that at that point, it was the injuries holding her back, it waiting on friends.

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