Loc: Gateway to Columbia Gorge
Am I right that today (12/24) is the last day of Hannukah (did I spell that right?) this year? I hope it was a happy one for you! My neighbors across the street lit their menorah (electric ) the first day, but they haven't turned it on since.
Edited by OregonMouse (12/24/1403:37 AM)
May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view--E. Abbey
The same to you, and to all who post here. I hope Santa brings you all the ultralight toys you can carry, and that you get the chance to carry them early and often in the New Year. And to all a good night!
Loc: Portland, OR
We host a gathering of extended family on Christmas Day each year at our house, so a hike is out of the question, but the weather forecast here is for a nice day, so if it were possible a hike would be a wonderful alternative to our traditional family gathering.
Whatever you do to celebrate, I hope all of you have fun!
Ember and I had a particular loop I called our Christmas Day hike. We must have hiked it more than 10 years in a row. Now I usually go other places. Because of the extensive rain all over the state today I've decided to postpone my continuation of my section-day-hike of the Florida Trail until Friday-Saturday-Sunday. Then I'll take Monday off work to relax.
Loc: Nacogdoches, TX, USA
Yes, merry Christmas (and other holidays) to everyone! Gershon, I might go hiking before I go back to work (on the fifth), but I probably won't go tomorrow. Had a nice leisurely bike ride with the whole family earlier today. Not exactly hiking, and not out in the wilderness, but still a good time.