Posts in this series are semi-polished exerpts from the pocket-sized hiking journal I carry when I go out walking in local canyons, etc. If something interesting happens or a bolt from the blue strikes, I pull out the old journal and get down the basics. I’ve left Field Notes elsewhere around the bloggernacle, such as here and here, but I thought that for Wilderness Interface Zone and simplicity’s sake we’d just start over again at #1.
As always, if you, dear reader, have field notes or vivid memories of trips taken, you’re invited to make entries you’d like to share in the comments section.
February 18, 2009, a.m. Approaching the trailhead into Crossfire, I glance at the knoll northeast where reposes the horse skeleton. My eye catches a flash of movement. I stop. Small deer maybe? No. The tail end of some other kind of animal slips into a juniper’s scant cover. Will the animal reveal itself?
Wait for it. Continue reading “Field notes #1”