Friday Wisdom – Hiking

I love to hike in nature, but often wish there was an escalator to get you to the top of the mountain.

The other day I was out hiking in a rocky area when I came across two talking rocks.  One was big, but a bit shy. The other was little boulder.

It was great hiking to the top of the mountain, but it was downhill from there.

I decided to hike all the way around the lake – come hill or high water.

Did I tell you about the mountain behind my house? I can’t get over it.

I have to tell you the story of hiking with my pet, Yogi – bear with me on this …

What does a bear think when it see you in a sleeping bag?  Look a soft taco …

What kind of bear has no teeth?  A gummy bear …

 

About Andrew Reynolds

Born in California Did the school thing studying electronics, computers, release engineering and literary criticism. I worked in the high tech world doing software release engineering. Then I got prostate cancer. Now I am a blogger and work in my wood shop doing scroll saw work and marquetry.
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21 Responses to Friday Wisdom – Hiking

  1. Leif Price says:

    Beautiful piece! It’s worth reading!

    Like

  2. (Rimshot). …I’ll be here all weeks folks!

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  3. Soft taco. Or a little boulder. Tough call. Thanks, Andrew. 🙂

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  4. Christi says:

    As busy as you must be getting settled in, I’m glad you’re taking the time to entertain us. Keep ’em coming!

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  5. George says:

    LOL..I’m all in on that escalator.

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  6. And…….he’s back, ladies and gents! LOL

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  7. Baydreamer says:

    All so good, Andrew. Thanks for the Saturday smiles!

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  8. Sue says:

    Always enjoy our humor 🙂

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  9. “…a little boulder” – bahahaha!!!

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  10. Well it’s clear the air over there agrees with you, Andrew. You’ve lost none of your unique wit!

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