The First Real Night Hike 1999

It was dark, it was reaaaaaaallllly dark. The low , tick, fog cover blocked out the moon like an opaque filter. Once in the woods you could just see minimal shadows ahead, you couldn't see your feet. At times, in heavy woods, you couldn't see your hand in front of your face and you were walking into the trees. I was real neat.

>There is now a road, for more houses, all the way to the base of the climb. The Bedford people don't want to ruin the Jack's Lake area with a jail, but they sure don't mind ruining Blue Hill Mountain with a bunch of ugly houses. Interesting!!!!!!!!! Most be money to be made.

>It was magical, warm, (hot), great Steinburgs (spicey), large fire, and home in bed by 12:45.

>Honest Abe, Betty, Cara,, Dunker, and Sungod missed the rest of the vacationing Gonzos. Gave us more people to talk about.

Sungod, Birder, and C.S. Lewis