Of course I draw the line at inconvenience and when a tree falls naturally across the path I'm glad someone showed up, presumably from the government, with a chainsaw and cleared up the mess. Nature responds by bandaging the wound with sap.
For Cheyenne rainwater is found drinking water.
So, should we ask the government to build a raised boardwalk so we can walk in the rainy season and avoid the inconvenience of floods?
I'd like to think the prat Chris would say yes.
It's a conundrum for a walker who thinks. How much of a mark do we leave when we stride through the formerly pristine woods and what is our presence worth? "Leave only footprints take only pictures etc..."
I burned dead dinosaurs to get here, just to add to the damage.
She thought it was worth it. And frankly so did I.
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