Entering the Sierras from Kennedy Meadows

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11 Responses

  1. Mama says:

    I can understand the trail is taking all your focus and energy now! But say “hi” to the marmots for me, okay? Love you!

  2. Leslie says:

    I am happy just seeing your SPOT progress, no need to chit chat. Is it on today, because your devise says it has been in the same spot since yesterday.

  3. Jene-Paul says:

    Trail focus: understood, through years of steps & strokes. Your head is just where it should be, don’t worry about us Muggles – each step you take is a gift to your self and it is our privilege to join the party through yer blogging but we are freeloaders and your walk is your own. I submit that you are at your very best right now—among comrades on the trail—because this is also the best woman you can be when you are off trail: focused and powerful. Let those green leaves draw you up into the Sierra and let that southern California drought eat yer trail dust.

  4. Aurora says:

    I saw a yellow-bellied marmot this weekend in Rocky Mountain National Park! I thought of you. xoxo

  5. Meg says:

    We hiked in Yosemite last weekend and I couldn’t help but think of you. It was wonderful and beautiful, Rocco has been wanting to live in a tree ever since. I think at the very least you will have us as day hiking buddies when you return. Don’t worry about any of us, we’re sending love and we’re here for you! Take care Alice. *HUGS*

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