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Thank goodness we are off on Monday and Tuesday! Lol

Have a nice two days, you deserve it, you work hard.


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That’s the way it is with me too ,I hate smoke.

You're invited to ALL our camp fires. Please, sit directly across from me😁


1 month ago

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Web on, web off.

Off please. We’ve all walked through a web. Here are a few tips to get through it: Well, you already went through it, but...

🕸️ Try to stay in the center of the trail. Webs are more likely to be found near bushes, trees, and other vegetation. Staying in the middle can help reduce the risk of walking into one.

🕸️ Use a stick. Wave a hiking stick or trekking pole in front of you as you walk to catch any webs before you walk into them. Let’s not go all Jedi Knight first day with a new lightsaber, but use it only as needed. Also, say you’re sorry. Manners.

🕸️ Wear a hat. Wearing a hat with a brim can help catch webs before they reach your face. If a spider decides to hitch a ride without notice, you have permission to cancel the ride and let them off at a convenient location without your star rating being affected.

🕸️ Walk slowly and carefully. Take your time while walking on the trail to avoid quickly running into webs, squirrels, bears, hikers, other dimensions—you name it.

🕸️ Avoid walking at dawn or dusk. Spiders are more active during these times, so consider hiking during the middle of the day to reduce the risk of encountering them. So, in essence, sleep in sometimes.

Image: Screenshot of tweet with text, “One does not simply become a master of karate. First, you must accidentally walk into a spider web.”
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Something we do everytime we go out the door😄

2 months ago

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I'd still rather be in Bancroft. I miss it up there.

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