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Well I have had my share of health problems throughout my life, I have always survived, recovered to hike another day. I was on one of my daily walks. 3 or 4 miles in a gorgeous setting. I got done was chatting with park ranger and I was feeling great. Got in the Saab roof down, Said bye to my friend the ranger. The next thing I remember was nothing! I had a seizer. The first one ever in my life. Well let me tell you I didn’t know my name where I was, nothing. I guess at some point I had taken my wallet out and dropped it. Thank GOD the Ranger seen the whole thing. I was going slowly she said but the car did stop when it hit a one inch round tree. Both air bags deployed. I was able to get out of car. She was on phone calling the Calvary, Police, fire trucks. As always GOD was on my side that morning before they towed my car she said Stop this is my park and I am going to clean it out first. Laptop, Tablet, cellphone. Little did I know in PA. Towing and storage is unregulated those bastards wanted $400 to tow and $350 a day for storage 350 x 8 days +400 =$3200. Sleaze bags…. Here is my tumor Cancer. So they strapped me in and took me to Reading Trauma Center. The Dr took it out. Now I have to look forward to radiation & Chemo. I will be hiking soon maybe not as radical this summer. That was scary not knowing who I was or where I was  


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My day at Everglades National Park. Shark Valley. I have 3 or 4 more areas to go. It is so BIG so Fragile. I did the 15 mile walk loop. It was Amazing. I seen, read and talked to the Rangers about how it works and how we are losing it!!! Do to man, that be us go figure… Here are some pictures. ENJOY Click here to learn more about our Ecosystem

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Nature’s Calling!

Just 75 miles from the bustle of Washington, D.C., Shenandoah National Park is your escape to recreation and re-creation. Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, quiet wooded hollows—take a hike, a meander along Skyline Drive, or a picnic with the family. 200,000 acres of protected lands are haven to deer, songbirds, the night sky…and you. Plan a Shenandoah escape today!

 

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Pine Creek Gorge

 Pine Creek Gorge, sometimes called The Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, is a 47-mile gorge carved by Pine Creek in Pennsylvania. It sits in about 160,000 acres of the Tioga State Forest

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