January 2, 2012
I do not have one favorite but I would say that "strenuous/difficult" is not my interest. The days of thinking that I would like to be doing the 46 peaks are no longer in my thoughts. I like being out more than in even if it just involves watching the clouds go by or watching the birds and squirrels. I do snowshoe and occasionally x-c ski. Downhill skiing is in my past. In the wamer months, we spend time at our family camp on Hadlock in West Fort Ann. The canoe and kayaks live there though we do go with the kayaks to other places. We also like to walk/hike easy to moderate rated areas. Last spring, we reunited ourselves with our bicycles and enjoyed using them around where we live.
This family camp mentioned above has been part of my life since I was 7 years old, and we lived there all of my childhood summers. I have an overloaded memory bank of cherished activities - rowing boats, fishing, swimming, crayfish hunting, stargazing, picnics....on and on. I had a great childhood-much it outdoors.
Hi We are retired and looking for Fall, Spring, and Winter outdoor activities. We do own equipment but we do not use them as much as we want to. We are hoping that group membership will get us out more!