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Kathryn W.



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October 2, 2011

How do you like to connect to nature?

Gardening or being in the middle of a forest and just doing nothing but listening.

What kind of activities would you like to take part in (day walks, camping, picnics, gardening, seaside, litter cleaning, bird watching - I want your ideas)

All of the above. I'll try and think of other ideas, but this is a great start.

Share a story or example of how you have been touched, inspired by nature (any language is fine)

Backpacking in the Wallows for 2.5 weeks. After setting up camp in a forest at the edge of a meadow. I sat down to watercolor. After about an hour a deer and her fawn came quietly walking into the middle of meadow to feed. That was nice.


American from PNW used to living in a city with 20,000 acres of forest. I'm dying here. Bois de Boulogne - are they kidding. 4.5 years here. Married to Frenchie. Here long term.

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