‘take-a-hike’ challenge day-18 keyword: wandering

Not all who wander are lost. —J.R.R. Tolkien

How does the word ‘WANDER’ resonate as you take your walk today?

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Alison Young is the Blissful Hiker, a voice artist and sometime saunterer. 📣🐥👣🎒

Reader Comments

  1. Alison–and a Merry Christmas…early…to you…..wandering reminds me of the haunting carol
    I wonder as I wander out under the sky……Zola

  2. wandering to me means freedom to indulge curiosity, explore beauty further, see if it matches my imagination. I always wonder what is over the hill or around the corner when I am in a beautiful place.

    1. Even John Muir preferred wandering – or sauntering – to hiking because of how it sparks curiosity! ♥️♥️♥️

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