Hiking near Lake Franklin Pierce is always lovely. The roads are dirt, and shady. Cars are few, but there is one truck I am always happy to see. No one quite knows when this truck was left in the woods. The “road” it is on hasn’t been used for a road in a very long time. The “road” is now nothing more than a foot path shortcut between two real roads. I’m not sure of the age or make of the truck, but it’s always a delightful surprise to company when they go for a hike and find a truck (or what is left of a truck) in the middle of the woods. Most of the wood parts have rotted off, and being so much of the truck was wood might help date it.
When I hike, I like to take a camera along. I feel a camera makes me stop and really look at something. If I’m without a camera I tend to be too focused on getting to someplace and not focused enough on enjoying where I am.
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