FOR MANY MOONS
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The word “camp” means different things to different people. Loners or groups? Tent or cabin? As with almost everything, the meaning you attach depends on one’s personal experience. And the meaning is changing for me. For now, Camp Many Moons remains cabin-less. In the five years since I spent 50K for this 300-foot waterfront lot,…
Stuck in Snow
No, not in a car. On a snowmobile. Yup, stuck. It happens if you go off-trail into dense woods as the snow turns to mush. It happened to us. It started out fun. Two maneuverable little snowmobiles, heading out from Jeff’s camp on a spring-like day with him in the lead. I grew up on…
Gliding on Snow
If snow-shoeing is walking on snow, cross-country skiing is gliding on it. If you’re skilled, it’s more like a kick-then-glide. (If you’re really skilled, you also use a skating style. I mostly glide.) Nowadays, it’s considered the best cardiovascular exercise because it works the entire body. In the past, it was considered a form of…
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