Caveat: Tree #19 and some pictures

I had a kind of reunion with Arthur’s property here.

I went on a full circuit walk around the corners of the two lots. That sounds trivial, but in the highly overgrown, damp, boggy and slashy hillsides, it’s a major undertaking. I call it “tromping” as opposed to just walking or hiking.

I found the two strings I’d placed on the southern (uphill) property lines still intact, after 2 months of neglect. You can see the neon-green bits of string in these pictures.

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I took a picture of Sunnahae (“sunny hae”) mountain, with its snow, from up the hill.

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Later Arthur and I resumed our daily walks down the road to the east. I found my “rock folly” (a random collection of found objects) at the mile 8 bridge still there.

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I took some pictures along the road.

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Here is tree nineteen.

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Here are some additional pictures from the time in Ketchikan, yesterday.

A trailer park with a view.

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The dam at the Ketchikan reservoir, Carlanna Lake.

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Sunset from the Hollis ferry.

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[daily log: walking, 4km; tromping, 500m]