|I'm on the left with the heavy pack, my sister is on the right.|
Last week fellow blogger Carla Damron lamented because she had just turned sixty and thought that meant she had become old. It made me smile because when I was in my sixties, I just considered that upper middle-aged. When I turned sixty I took up backpacking on the Appalachian Trail in the Shenandoah National Park with my younger sister Elaine, and three of her teenagers. I continued backpacking there and on other trails until my sister had a heart attack and didn’t want to backpack anymore. Her heart is fine now but she didn’t want to hike in mountains where there was no cell phone service. I can understand that.
|I'm heading out to trim branches in my woods.|
|My library when the table was cleaned for company.|
|Moose tracks, my favorite ice cream.|
|A picture I found years ago. I don't know who they are.|
|Just a few of the cards I have giving discounts.|
|Just a small portion of the CDs I have. One of my cats is there.|
|Just one of the many gardens I have.|
|This was taken at Malice almost three years ago.|
How do you keep healthy?